Anyhow he had a cork one spliced on in place of it, and—ho, ho!
Are you and dad in partnership to get me spliced and out of the way?
They killed a steer, cut his hide into strips, and spliced the strips to the rope.
They hoisted it above them and spliced its foot to the head of the main one.
The nerve was spliced at a San Francisco hospital, and the man was cured.
As fast as our People knotted and spliced the Rigging, it was shot away in their Hands.
She had iron rods for gunwales, and they spliced willows to stiffen her.
The tent was practicable, for the pole, so well had it been spliced, was as good as new.
Why, while we have been there a dozen officers from different ships have been and got spliced.
With all speed, strands of vine were brought and spliced most carefully.