The pelta, from which they took the name, was a light shield or target, made of skin or leather on a wooden or wickerwork frame.
Getting out his knife with some difficulty, he began to hack at the wickerwork.
Besides pottery of burnt clay, wickerwork baskets, and saddles and bridles, no general industry obtains in this family.
The sides and back of the carriage were made of wickerwork matting.
There are wickerwork huts, and a figure of a large white dog with its ears hanging down.
The dwelling-houses were almost always constructed of wickerwork.
St. Philip's Church was being built, and the scaffold of its unfinished tower and dome looked like a huge net of wickerwork.
For the rest, it consisted of the wickerwork huts of the natives.
Soon pale gleams of light began to filter through the wickerwork: dawn was near.
One was the flask which Dubosc had slung at his side by a strip of the wickerwork.