He had his hat on, and had the air of just having let himself in; his gripsack stood at his feet.
His mind was made up that if he missed the Athenian it would be the fault of the gripsack.
Churchill crawled in on the wagon-bed and slept, the gripsack still on his back.
Keogh gazed on him sadly, but without rancour, and began to pack his gripsack.
Now, Tuttle, set down that there keister of yours—that gripsack—and listen.
He put his gripsack on the floor at his feet, but held the casket in his lap.
The same evening the two men arrived, each carrying his gripsack.
"No, sir," answered Walter politely, removing his gripsack from the seat.
In this apartment he found an old travelling-bag, or gripsack, hanging on a nail.
The next morning he settled his hotel bill, took his gripsack in his hand, and walked over to his new boarding-house.