They wear wooden clogs, a sort of sabot, and make such a noise.
Toward that end, the sabot or "shoe" (fig. 41) took the place of the wad.
The round shot should be sewed up in canvas or felt, strapped to a sabot, or snaked between two grommet-wads.
When sabot entered the inn at Martinville it was a signal for laughter.
"I do not say—I do not say; perhaps we might come to an understanding," faltered sabot.
Several sorts of wood supply the material of which boots are made (the sabot in France and Holland).
One was a perfect staple, another the letter "L," another like an axe-head, and one like a peasant's sabot.
sabot (Theodule), a master carpenter, represented liberal thought in Martinville.
I had not been as fortunate as some detectives, for there was no evidence that the straws had ever been used in a sabot at all.
And sabot, meaning well, declared "I will do what I possibly can, m'sieu le cure."