Its front was covered by rawhides to repel arrows and fire-balls.
It was built of pine saplings, and roofed with pine brush and rawhides.
The Kalmucks began to lash me with rawhides, and soon I was swimming in blood.
But he was too weak, and the warriors had bound the rawhides too firmly, for the youth to budge them.
There might well be gold there; but more authentic were the reports of fleas, rawhides, and a dried-up coast.
Lashed to it was a sail of rawhides, clumsily caught together with thongs, heavy and stiff, yet full of promise.
These most formidable engines were generally made of beams of wood covered on three sides with iron and sometimes with rawhides.
As nails were scarce, Buckskin Alick had constructed a mill held together by rawhides, and was grinding wheat for the Papagos.
The son's eyes were rivetted upon his father's face as the old man fell back, completely exhausted, upon his couch of rawhides.
Rob's command to use the rawhides, therefore, met with shouts and yells of approval.