During the fast they brought a man to me one evening on a charpoy.
They did not carry me out, but the Armenian brought me a charpoy, also burning hot.
There was a possibility that he might then raise himself above the charpoy and be seen.
He lay propped on a charpoy in a nest of squab blue cushions.
But writhe as he liked, his darting glances always painfully returned to the still victim on the charpoy.
Charpoy, char′poi, n. the common Indian bedstead, sometimes handsomely wrought and painted.
He sank down upon the charpoy, a prey to the most realistic horrors that could be conjured up by a dull imagination.
We forgot all about The Boy's follies, and only thought of the poor Thing on the charpoy and the scrawled sheets in our hands.
Here is a charpoy on which two can sit, and it is possible that there may, from time to time, be food in that platter.
I went back and sat on the edge of the charpoy, feeling regularly puzzled.