England and the Englishman are as red rags to its bull-headed rage.
"But the fence is all tied up with red rags," blustered the angry fellow.
I had covered myself with one of their red rags by way of concealment, and I suppose I brought it out with me.
And she has already dressed it up in red rags, and was rocking it like a little child, and singing a lullaby in her own language.
The doll was all dressed up in red rags, and she was rocking the doll and singing to it in her fashion.
A pugnacious method such as she pursues towards Islam is as bad, worse in fact, than a thousand red rags to an infuriated bull.
Well, they're red rags to me, all these gadgets out of the half-baked mess they've stirred up by spying on our insides.
Less than a mile they had gone before the red rags had vanished completely, and they wandered helplessly in a circle.
It smacked of the piratical and she had visions of drawn cutlasses and bearded men with their heads wrapped up in red rags.
What joy can be greater, O Karna, that will be mine upon beholding the daughter of Drupada dressed in red rags in the woods?