Word usage examples
All white men in the Solomons catch yaws, and every cut or abrasion practically means another yaw.
Malaria, malnutrition, river blindness, sleeping sickness, leishmaniasis, yaws, bilharzia, and rift valley fever were everywhere in retreat under the benign rule of the Pan-African Federation.
Toward one of the largest of them, it dips, then yaws and sideslips like a falling leaf into a paved, palm-lined courtyard where fountains play with rainbows.
No a bludy soul abowt, no even wun aw those bubblin basturts chained to the waws or anyhin.
Next thing ah knew thare's this hissin and the sound ov arrers shootin past ma heid an skitein aff pillers an waws an the stanp flare.
Also referred to as British Sports Therapy or the Taws Technique, this therapy deals directly with the reasons for soft tissue dysfunctions and subsequent referred pain and nerve entrapment.
Only once did he try to master his repugnance to me and let me into a game of taws with his favourites.
Now, to construct a simple boat even with the necessary tools, was a difficult work, and the colonists not having tools they must begin by making hammers, axes, adzes, saws, augers, planes, etc.
When he finished his prayer he launched into a long rambling speech in which he welcomed us to the compound as new tenants, in which he aimed a few well turned barbs at real and imaginary enemies, and in which he released a torrent of proverbs and saws and anecdotes that fell like stones to the depths of our hunger.
Saxtus folded his paws into wide habit sleeves, gazing up at the main building.