Put setons, or rowels in the dewlap, so as to have a dependent opening.
Striking the rowels into their horses, they flew at each other like tigers.
He dashed the rowels into his steed, and was soon lost among the hills.
And so, with ever increasing viciousness, the rowels were driven deeper and deeper.
The rowels are one and a half to two inches in circumference.
Bud gave his pony the rowels, and in a moment was out of sight in a cloud of dust.
Paco immediately recognised him, and with a shout of exultation again drove the rowels into his horse's belly.
My reins were instantly grasped, and my rowels were struck into the sides of my charger.
Little bells, campanulas, hang from the teeth of the rowels, and tinkle at the slightest motion of the foot!
It is quite unnecessary, however, and even prejudicial, to have the rowels long and sharp.