The judges sat on the four woolsacks which faced one another.
They used to order sheepherders like they did woolsacks, by cripes!
I could see by the strings and woolsacks on the floor that she had had it unwrapped.
Then comes the Breslau Wool-market, from a fancied resemblance in the surrounding rocks to woolsacks.
Her reverend follower is bruising away vigorously: 'I'll well dust their woolsacks and make them drunk in my fury.
Upon the short seats O, O on the floor (which should have been represented by woolsacks) sit: P, the two tribunes of the horse.
There wa'n't much of a load—just some woolsacks and blankets and nails and canned peaches and a few things we was out of.
There wa'n't much of a load--just some woolsacks and blankets and nails and canned peaches and a few things we was out of.
Why should not clever Jack have this in view as much as the ignes fatui of woolsacks and mitres?