whetstone

[ hwet-stohn, wet- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whetstone
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What he wants is ten quarts apiece, no matter if it's bluer 'n a whetstone.

Which he's the stoodent who stands up the stage over by Whetstone Springs.

Few horses had beaten Whetstone in a race since he became the Duke's property.

Saddle and bridle goes with Whetstone, all a free gift, if you can ride him, Duke.

Whetstone would not approach nearer than ten or twelve feet.

He gave Whetstone the reins and galloped after Vesta, who was already over the hill.

"Not one in thousands," he amended, with due gratitude to Whetstone.

Robinson prized a little four-wheeled wagon and a whetstone.

One day an Indian walked into my house and asked me for a whetstone.

What he wants is ten quarts apiece, no matter if it's bluer'n a whetstone.

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