A torpedo; tin fish (WWI Navy)
I'll poison that red-haired girl on my wedding-day,—she's unwholesome,—and now I'll pass on these present bad times to torp.'
I can live for a year on the hundred pounds torp cashed for me.
Rapidly Ken played his flash around, looking for the torp, but it was nowhere visible.
He thought for a second that his first torp was going to connect.
But she took off again before the torp arrived to tell us about it.
He looked for the torp's shaded control board-lights, but could not find them.
She proposes to sleep downstairs with torp so long as I have "company."
Quickly he sped the torp ahead, and turned as best he could.
Instinctively angling the torp, Ken sent a nitro-shell at it; and the chance aim was good.
"Must have put the torp right under him and lifted him," he said.