The rest, Kennicott hinted, she'd better leave till he "made a ten-strike."
“Billy had made a ten-strike in the West,” he remarked to his wife.
They met as usual the amused inquiries of the Passonians regarding the ten-strike they had been expected to make.
Say, Cap., you've made a ten-strike today that ought to make you a Major.
Judging from the effect upon her and the publisher, I may calculate on what bowlers call a ten-strike.
She had made, as Gilmore said to his wife behind the curtain, a "ten-strike."
They have no ninepins, so they are not trying to make a ten-strike.
I thought he did make a ten-strike once, but that the slide twenty years ago knocked his claim into a cocked-hat?
They had done their work in the finest American naval style, and had made a ten-strike against the German mine-layers.
He wrote me jubilantly of what a ten-strike he was going to make with that speech.