But no six-footer had a more soldierly heart than little Red Cap, and none were more loyal to the cause.
"And I ask you to let me in," returned the six-footer, beginning to be angry.
One, whose name was Thomas Cook, was a six-footer, and had the air of a thorough sea-dog.
He was a six-footer, and he hadn't spent days inhaling casing-head fumes.
I took another look at the six-footer with her, who smoked a cigarette with evident unfamiliarity.
Well, the chase was interesting; our six-footer stretched his legs and black coat-tails with effect.
What could a Yankee six-footer cousin of old Fisbee's know about currant jelly and work-baskets?
Like most of these little fellows, when he came to match up for double harness, he picked out a six-footer, Kate Miggs.
I laughed—I couldn't help it when I imagined that six-footer traveling across the desert with a frying pan over that low bush.
That a six-footer is invariably a virtuoso of amour superior to a man of, say, five feet seven.