Item for one fur of shankes (a cheap fur made from the underpart of rabbit skin) for another mantle, 16s.
The underpart of the body is furnished with a single row of large plates.
We had the underpart of the slab on our side, and I did not think of looking when we took it down.
Springing in a slow, graceful curve from the underpart of the body over the forecarriage is a splasher of crimson patent leather.
The top of his head struck stunningly against the underpart of the ice-sheet.
Flutes, 72 four inches deep, corrugate the beast's underpart from tail to neck.
The underpart of the foot forms a tube called the funnel (or siphon).
A pearly radiance seems to strike upwards from the sea on to the underpart of the clouds, which borrows an abnormal glow.
The female differs in having the outside of the limbs and the underpart of the body blackish.
The underpart of the body and flippers is white, save for an occasional black speck and fine black lines—mottled.