"I'm blessed if I can make head or tail out of the game," admitted Jerry.
No more than if a man was to stick his tail out and blow against a gale.
And there wasn't another young gobbler on the farm that was likely to have a tail out of the ordinary.
The d-d-devil himself couldn't make head nor tail out of it.
I don't suppose though you'll be able to make head or tail out of it.
Cut the tail out of another piece of cardboard, and glue it in a slit made in the end of the cork.
Ill be glad if you can make head or tail out of the old fellow, he said, and led the way into the barred room.
Paradoxical as it may seem, therefore, the danger of the swift dirigible is to blow its tail out rather than its head in.
Then groups would shove away from the fleet and tail out into a long procession as they raced for home.
I had been making strenuous efforts to pull the tail out of the cat that I might use it for a feather duster.