To the glory of man we will stanchion, and raise and roof it anew.
It seemed to him he remained there precariously alone with the stanchion for a long, long time.
She was not lashed either, except that her painter was fast to a stanchion.
“Looks as if he had run against a stanchion in the dark,” I observed.
She grasped a stanchion and clung there, staring at him with a wild, white face.
For a moment he paused as though to think, holding to a stanchion.
There was not a thing she could use—not a stanchion to the window, not a rod to the bed.
On the third deck down, the Wildcat tied Lily to a stanchion.
Dick kept to his resolution of clinging tightly to a stanchion.
Do you think the stanchion will hold the weight of the heavy guns?