Then we tried his home-folks in Boston, but I played that string out in a week.
String out your ropes, boys, and pass over all them picket-pins.
He had played his string out—had come to the end of his trail.
They know what I think—they just want me to string out a lot of excuses for them not to act!
Dicky pulled a piece of string out of some unfathomable pocket.
I took the string out, and told the boy to blow as we passed him.
He snatched the string out of Dick's hand and faced him defiantly.
Automatically he pulled the string out of the grenade and threw it far from him.
Oh, I suppose you'd like to hear me string out a lot of damns.
"Well, you were a precious goose," he said, taking the string out of her hand.