As my horse crashed into him I struck at his pate with my pistol.
Ay, leeks is goot:—Hold you, there is a groat to heal your pate.
I say, I will make him eat some part of my leek, or I will peat his pate four days.
He applies the cudgel as vigorously to the priest's pate as to the Lolardes back.
Once he's got anything wedged in his pate there's no knocking it out.
For a moment or two a stranger might almost have believed that the pate was not bald.
My first is the same as my second, my third may be cracked, my whole is like your pate.
On one side of the volume was painted a bottle; on the reverse a pate.
None o' that Peterborough style of counting in the back of your pate.
Pate Stewart,” the oppressive Earl, is chronicled at length in “the Diary.