And when he faced that, he left the hobbyhorse where it was under the wall and went into the street.
Now for a short ride on my chief (at present) hobbyhorse, viz.
Sheard was on his hobbyhorse, and there were few there disposed to follow him.
Not one of them has any hobbyhorse, to use the phrase of Sterne.
Once active members of real Society; no woman could go back to "society," any more than a roughrider could return to a hobbyhorse.
It had a sunshade and ground-reflector wings, and Bordman rode tiredly on a hobbyhorse saddle in its back cargo section.
It was Malcolm's hobbyhorse, dappled gray, the tail and the mane missing and the paint worn off—and tenderly licked off—his nose.
While he went within doors he had left the hobbyhorse in the snow, close to the wall; and he came back there to wait.
There he saw a spring hobbyhorse, as large as a Shetland pony, all saddled and bridled, too—lacking nothing but a rider.