There were men to cut it, and men to split it, and men to gut
it and scrape it clean inside.
This is a crisp and noble word, but it fails to pierce the marrow of the impulse which has gathered this friendly meeting and produced diese Anblick--eine Anblich welche ist gut
fu"r die Augen in a foreign land and a far country--eine Anblick solche als in die gew:ohnliche Heidelberger phrase nennt man ein "scho"nes Aussicht
But Ulysses, when he had taken it up and examined it all over, strung it as easily as a skilled bard strings a new peg of his lyre and makes the twisted gut
fast at both ends.
The brick walls, the materials of which were imported from Holland, and the timbers of the mansion, are still as sound as ever; but the floors and other interior parts being greatly decayed, it is contemplated to gut
the whole, and build a new house within the ancient frame and brick work.
During our flight from Phutra I had restrung my bow with a piece of heavy gut
taken from a huge tiger which Ghak and I had worried and finally dispatched with arrows, spear, and sword.
So we rigged her with thin hides for sails and dried gut
And so they bound his hands and feet with thongs of gut
and carried him into the hut where Lieutenant Harold Percy Smith-Oldwick awaited his fate.
He strung his bow with tendons from the buck upon which he had dined his first evening upon the new shore, and though he would have preferred the gut of Sheeta for the purpose, he was content to wait until opportunity permitted him to kill one of the great cats.
Now Sheeta, the panther, was one of whom Tarzan was exceptionally glad to fall in with, for he had it in mind not only to utilize the great cat's strong gut for his bow, but also to fashion a new quiver and loin-cloth from pieces of his hide.
There was also a ring wound with gut
which was worn between the first and second joints of the index finger of the right hand and which, when passed over the string of the instrument, elicited the single note required of the dancer.
They lease, clean out and gut a place in several years, and then move on.
I love the soil, yet tomorrow, things being as they are and if I were poor, I'd gut five hundred acres in order to buy twenty-five for myself.