He was mate of a ship and smart as a red pepper poultice on a skinned heel.
Jacob skinned them willow sticks, and skinned the old man, too.
The beggar—would make you laugh telling you how he skinned his own father.
He's slipped the bunch, skinned a leader's nose, jammed against the rail.
If it is desired to have the fish juicy and with their full flavour, do not have them skinned.
They shot a scrub horse that gave out on them and skinned the brand.
Our ox was instantly killed, skinned, cut to pieces, and distributed.
You know I have been accustomed to such things, as eels are to be skinned.
"This wrist is a little lame, and my knee is skinned," was the answer.
The bears were skinned: we wanted to save their hides for trophies.