It was a safe offer, taking all precedent into account, for no man ever had ridden whetstone, not even his owner.
"Here is a whetstone," said the Wanderer, and he took one from his belt.
whetstone came to a sudden stop, lifted his head with a jerk, his ears set forward, snorting an alarm.
English name for a stone appears in Hone, now used only of a whetstone.
The Villiers motto, Fidei coticula crux, The cross is the whetstone of faith, is inscribed on the frieze.
What he wants is ten quarts apiece, no matter if it's bluer 'n a whetstone.
If whetstone didn't get him off pretty soon, he would be whipped and conquered, his belly on the ground.
Which he's the stoodent who stands up the stage over by whetstone Springs.
Jim Wilder stood by, swearing by all his obscene deities that if that man hurt whetstone, he'd kill him for his hide.
Few horses had beaten whetstone in a race since he became the Duke's property.