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.
But Buskin only muttered to herself, rubbed her elbow, and went quickly on.
Here there were only two rooms, one for Buskin, the maid-servant, and the other unfurnished.
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.