Nine hours out from snook's Arm and six with the school without pointing a gun!
All efforts to get snook to talk about his hunting exploits were unavailing.
Ned noticed that Mr. snook grasped the sides of the seat with nervous hands, as if he expected something to happen at any moment.
All right, answered Mr. snook, who hurried off, looking over his shoulder as if he feared he might see more spiders.
Owing to this dark stripe the cobia is sometimes called sergeant-fish, thus confounding it with the snook.
And so it came to pass, in due course of time, that the Clyde dropped him at snook's Arm.
His ear was often on the ground that morning and twice he left Jack "to snook" out to the trail and look for tracks.
Vanderput and snook, the story dealing with bills of exchange, was the favorite with Mr. Hallam.
At first I could see nobody; then I discovered the huge bulk of old snook, the hootz-hunter, crouching behind a stump.
Along the edges of shoals and mud-flats and over grassy banks the snook will be found at home.
"derisive gesture," 1791, of unknown origin.