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For Bob, Mr. Gordon succeeded in capturing a big, rawboned white horse with a gift of astonishing speed.
Monsieur le capitaine was a great, rawboned corporal, with a pretty little maid-servant on his arm.
IN THE DAYS OF MY YOUTHAMELIA ANN BLANDFORD EDWARDS
Several others were rawboned and sallow, as if they had been beaten upon by all sorts of rough weather.
SISTER CARRIETHEODORE DREISER
From the outskirts of the crowd a rawboned giant forced his way inward.
THE CLARIONSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
Bald, old and horribly skinny was the third horseman bouncing up and down on the rawboned back of his black steed.
It was not the slender, rawboned youth of whom Uncle Jasper had told him, but a hulking giant.
In front of it was a rusty-looking chaise drawn by a rawboned horse, whose skin was worn away in several places.
BERNARD BROOKS' ADVENTURESHORATIO ALGER, JR.
Neil had lashed them into fury, and one rawboned fellow, a blacksmith, wedged through them with purple face and upraised fist.
GET-RICH-QUICK WALLINGFORDGEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER
She was angular, and, using a country expression descriptive of extreme leanness, was rawboned.
UP TERRAPIN RIVEROPIE P. READ
In the Mile End Road the rawboned person who betrayed such excitement found the policeman awaiting him.

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