Ben looked for it upon the stairs, and he found it sticking in a loop of whipcord, which was entangled round one of the balusters.
whipcord laughed as he let go my throat and began to take off his coat.
The old man stopped a minute, his whipcord neck swelling, his lips twitching.
“All very well if you could get your liquor laid on,” said whipcord.
It needed some strength to keep the position for long, but the muscles of his arms and legs were like whipcord.
With much persuasion whipcord resumed his coat and seized the reins.
He took from his pocket a couple of feet of whipcord and handed it to Philo Gubb.
His fingers had been busy tying knots in a length of whipcord.
What was difficult to manage in that mass of whipcord mental fibre, was put into verse and sung.
Name's Mervin; all whipcord and whalebone; springy as a bent bow.