He warmed the remaining half-can of salmon and whittled at his nubbin of bread.
Throwing a nubbin to the calf to catch the cow, as you say in Virginia, eh?
Not a stream, not a butte, not even a nubbin of rock varied the view.
One must rescue Richard's head; it was not that nubbin of a head which goes with the Farnese one.
The Condor stretched his broad wings and settled himself comfortably on a nubbin of sandstone.
Presently she walked into the little room, lit a nubbin of candle, and changed into her best clothes.
Chung wasn't built for times as hectic as the last few hours, and was worn to a nubbin.
Lincoln quietly said to Seward: "This is the largest shucking for so small a nubbin that I ever saw."
The low altitude of Nubbin Ridge made me sallow; there was no blood in my cheeks.
Living in quaint old "Nubbin Ridge," could not, to say the most, be called illustrious.