The ball not only happened to be straight, but was also a yorker.
As the cricketer said about the yorker, what else can you call him?
But she glanced frequently from the loophole to observe the movements of the yorker upon that side of the clearing.
Instantly Enoch had his rifle to his shoulder and had drawn bead upon the yorker.
"Hardly think we'd enjoy that party, neighbor," said the yorker leader.
Then suddenly he realised that the thing was going to be a yorker, and banged his bat down in the block just as the ball arrived.
She had sent down a deadly "yorker" which got under Janet's bat and spread-eagled her wicket.
Lithe and quick as an eel, Jack squirmed up to the man's chest and gripped the yorker's throat in his hands.
"Anybody can see you no yorker, by dat werry speech," answered Yop, not at all mollified by such a question.
We don't pay no more attention hereabouts to what a yorker sheriff says than if he was a catamount,—no, not so much as that!