We could water the horses with buckets, but not the bullocks.
Such was the penalty for landing two buckets of Liverpool salt at Liverpool!
Boyce dropped the buckets of water and, drawing his pistol, “Boys!”
He knew how to make good barrels, tubs, and buckets, but had no mind of his own.
They smothered them with clods of earth and buckets of sand.
After the spouts have been driven in, the buckets must be put in place and fastened there.
By night, with all hands at work, the buckets are washed and distributed.
With wet blankets, and buckets of water, they began to fight the flames.
This was made by means of heavy cables to which the buckets were suspended.
You carried two buckets of water down to him, and he thanked you when he drank it.