Then again came the prod of his instinct and the warning of past experience.
"Prod at him with a broom handle, Mrs. Beale," urged Ukridge.
He was roused again by a prod of a sword, and bidden to stand up.
"Prod him with the icicle," said the Kangaroo to the Polar Bear.
That officer picked up a pitchfork and began to prod the hay.
But I'll kill the fust one o' yo'uns that tries to prod one o' they'uns with a bayonit.
They prod their snouts into the meshes, and are caught by the gills.
Lay your beast alongside, Toomai, and let him prod with his tusks.
Hand me up the two first joints of a masheer rod, and I'll prod it.
Well, move him out, sentry; prod him up with your bayonet if he won't go.