These wore loose knee-breeches, long yarn stockings, and hobnailed
He stood up and rested one hobnailed
boot on the top of his spade while he looked her over.
The shadow of his hobnailed
boots was enormous and coffinlike.
They wouldn't let me wash it, but on the day of the crime I had washed the floor thoroughly, and if the murderer had crossed it with his hobnailed
boots, I should not have failed to see where he had been; he has left marks enough in Mademoiselle's chamber.
The clumping of hobnailed
boots on the gravel outside proclaimed the approach of Manning.
As he spoke he came in among them for shelter, and propped his spade against the wall of the chalet, kicking the soil from his hobnailed
blucher boots, which were new.
He was clad in faded overalls and black cotton shirt, with hobnailed
brogans on his feet, and on his head a hat whose shapelessness and stains advertised the rough usage of wind and rain and sun and camp-smoke.
Patrick, with just an old army coat, a pair of hobnailed
boots and some letters of introduction, set off on December 8, 1933, less than a year after Hitler had come to power in Germany.
There's Shirley Bassey, singing on valiantly while stagehands (played by you know who) swapped her stiletto for a hobnailed
boot, a horrified Andrew Preview (sorry, Andre Previn) recoiling at the hash Morecambe made of Grieg's Piano Concerto, a sketch that made him more famous than any of his musical accomplishments ever did, and the truly magnificent, grapefruit-juggling breakfast scene the pair performed to the brassy, brazen sounds of The Stripper.
He explains: "I bought a pair of ex-War Department hobnailed
boots from an Army surplus store, but Anton made do with his school shoes.
Conventional serous carcinoma may also have morphologic overlap with clear cell carcinoma, including hobnailed
cells, significant cytologic atypia, and high mitotic rate.
A sheet of newspaper was spread over the fender, and on it rested two pairs of stout, hobnailed