Within the most starched cravat there passes a windpipe and weasand, and under the thickliest embroidered waistcoat beats a heart.
I heard the breath squeak in his weasand; and Jack Gaunt pulled me off.
I'll unfas—unfasten you, and you'll slice his weasand—won't you, Gargousse?'
Why, they'd as lief draw a cutlass over his weasand, as they'd smash a ship's biscuit.
I was taken with my hand in the bag, and my knife in the weasand of the stiff'un.
"May the hangman squeeze her weasand, the little beggar," exclaimed the Chouette in a rage.
Mangrove, the moment he saw where he was, drew his knife across the leopard's weasand, and killed him on the spot.