The Hottentot man put a leg of the kid under his coat and left the rest of the meat for the two in the sluit, and walked away.
I crouched down in the sluit by the roadside and lay perfectly still—still as a hare—until the moon went in again.
Hiding away in sluit and river-bed and thorn thicket, every step of their flight had been attended with peril.
At the point where the drift cuts the sluit the nullah is broad and extensive.
Every kopje was a natural fortress, every sluit a perfect line of trenches, and every donga a nursery for death.
In front the said ground, perfectly open, sloped away gently to a sluit, constituting a first-rate arena for a rough-and-tumble.
One day, in the course of a walk, John and Jess crossed the little bridge that spanned the sluit and went in to inspect the place.
I despatched General Froneman to hold the river bank, and the sluit which descended to the river from the north.
On the opposite side of the sluit from me a man staggered out from the trees—a white man—and fell.
They were taking advantage of a sluit or furrow—crawling like serpents along in this precarious shelter.