It had gone; no trace was left, not a tatter of cloth, not a spot of blood, nothing.
Why may you not have saved that tatter of the old gown twice seven years, then?
You go round by Tatter Brook, says he, an climb the hill from behind.
Now quite unexpectedly we saw the "tatter of scarlet" from a new angle.
Was a tatter't boggart, in a field, an' that they left behind.
But, search as one will, not a crust or a tatter turns up in her history!
In the little brass bowl lay a blood-stained fragment of grayish hair attached to a tatter of skin.
She wished to discover what remnant, tatter or shred of her early faith still clung about her.
Whether it was the red flag that floated at the top or the thing itself he sought to tatter is uncertain.
Only here and there toward its lower rim a tatter in it revealed the giant's rugged brown muscle of volcanic rock.