Word usage examples
I want you to go off with Jobson and hunt in the plains till the end of the week.
By seven, Jobson, who had been sent for, was waiting for me in the library.
But the men were there, and the grim-faced Jobson was waiting for orders.
More than once I opened my mouth to countermand the work, but the face of Jobson, that grim Tishbite, held me back.
The shock moved me to my feet, and I ran down the slope to where Jobson stood rubbing his eyes.
Master Will Jobson, dwelling in Piccadilly, listened to his propositions, comprehended his wishes, and promised to make him a safety lock that should relieve him from all future fear.
The theft had been proved by Albert Jobson, a shopwalker, who gave evidence to the effect that he followed her through the different departments and saw her take the things mentioned in the indictment.
On rowing out to the ship the canoe upset, and Jobson and his gun were thrown overboard, but the former was rescued, though he died a few days later on board the vessel owing to the exposure he had been subjected to.
Tom Trewella complained to his good friend Matthew Jobson, the vicar of Talland Church.
Tom and Matt Jobson sat at a table against the wall, their chairs tilted back on two legs, Tom with one foot braced against the edge of the table as he observed the scene.