It must be admitted, he has well earned his nickname 'Buskin.'
Who welcome with the crowing of a cock, This hero of the buskin and sock.
Here there were only two rooms, one for Buskin, the maid-servant, and the other unfurnished.
But Buskin only muttered to herself, rubbed her elbow, and went quickly on.
We virgins of Tyre are wont to carry a quiver and to wear a buskin of purple.
He sent The Yellow Buskin and was awarded a second-class medal.
I know his philosophies, and just why he adores Buskin and disagrees with Bernard Shaw.
Shiver my hulk, Mr. Buskin, if you wore a lion's skin, I'd curry you for this.
Cf. Il Penseroso, 102: "the buskin'd stage;" that is, the tragic stage.
And when I questioned her, I found that they wore what might well be some kind of buskin.