Word usage examples
Now no man will be so much out of his witts as to make this a legal evidence.
Then we caved their heads with about twenty thousand watts of frozen sound.
The Watts article contains the most accurate statistics regarding Iraqi formations, equipment, and manpower in the KTO.
The radio blared hype on the Watts homicides: the monster dog and his human accomplice.
This is why jailhouse tatts always look like they were done by sadistic children on rainy afternoons.
In a room lit by a candle stuck in a bottleneck a slut combs out the tatts from the hair of a scrofulous child.
These Tatts were where we shoved our bad boys, the ones that were more trouble than clan or family could handle.
Garages and workshops occupy the arches of the viaduct, their doors opening onto shabby forecourts of granite setts slippery with oil.
The mew with its granite setts takes them away from the tower blocks and maisonettes to a world of gentrified Victorian cottages converted from stables, and flat-roofed, architect-designed houses in wood and yellow brick, with living room windows on the first floor extending the width of the frontage.
They made an abrupt left turn on to granite setts, the car wheels rumbling as Murray swung it round the next corner.