But you has lots of things when you gets there—hams and flitches and oranges and things—hasn't you?
She cleared the sconce and took down the flitches that hung from the rannel-tree to dry.
Only when the job's done we have hams and flitches and things for supper.
Up to 1751 only five flitches had been won, and there have been two since.
A deal case with four flitches of bacon for Mr Pennington of Rotterdam.
The flitches should also be transposed, the bottom ones at the top and the top ones at the bottom.
The high black ceiling is ornamented with hams and flitches of bacon.
On the huge rafters hung their usual store of dried hams, beef, mutton, and flitches of bacon.
One of its benefactors left to it four flitches of bacon yearly, this being an important article of diet.
From the smoke-blackened oak beams hung hams and flitches of bacon more than one would take the trouble to count.