Pox take the Tailors for making the Fobs so deep and narrow!
But so far from sleep was I, that I could hear their watches ticking in their fobs.
Fobs: small pockets in the waistband of trousers to receive a watch.
There were two pockets which we could not enter: these he called his fobs.
He passed on to his fobs, explored the first, returned to the second.
They divine purses in pockets, they scent out watches in fobs.
Don't our liners fetch over, every trip, fellers that cut and run from England, with their fobs filled with other men's money?
My friend, Jack-boots, now pulls out a bull's-eye watch with two fobs, and tells the time with a sort of sulky satisfaction.
He wore bits and stirrups as pins and fobs, owned a few horses, and "talked horse" continually.
Fobs of gold seals, &c., were worn, and eye-glasses attached to a black ribbon is a noticeable feature.