Word usage examples
We need Strike, Bullpup, Walleye, Falcon, Sparrow, and Sidewinder missiles.
He was just glad for the time to bone u p on his knowledge of bait and lures for walleye.
For the first time he noticed all of Leo's certificates and commendations still tacked up on his ego wall, and Wally the Walleye preserved for all eternity on a walnut plaque above the file cabinets, cigar butt sticking out of his ugly fish mouth.
He wasn't merely observing or noting characters, as was his habit, but looking through them, past them, for one particular character, a Queer Duck dressed in black, with a walleye and an umbrella, a strange-gaited, long-haired, absent-minded professor sort of guy with funny shoes and a secret.
Then he picked up the day's catch of bass and walleyes and swayed on toward the icehouse.
He selected several choice walleyes, and turned the rest of the catch loose.
He'd been trying to get interested in the wedgehead jigs in the Bass Pro Shops catalog, since according to the fine print below the picture they were supposed to be dynamite for walleyes and both largemouth and smallmouth bass, none of which he'd ever had any luck with.
Seikichi had formerly earned his living as an ukiyoye painter of the school of Toyokuni and Kunisada, a background which, in spite of his decline to the status of a tattooer, was evident from his artistic conscience and sensitivity.
College Avenue the pedestrian traffic was heaviest: whiskered Phish in tie-dye and dreadlocks, Birkenstocked Liliths with their goateed lampreys.
I tried to imagine them in tie-dye and beards, or working naked on the land, getting stoned and talking about the power of the patriarchal military-industrial complex, but all I could see were accountants and psychotherapists, the sons and daughters of middle America finally leading the kind of lives their parents would at least have understood, if not wholly approved.