De log houses was daubed wid mud and dey was warm.
"Slave Narratives Vol. XIV. South Carolina, Part 2" by Works Projects Administration
It was a coarse daub.
"Rattlin the Reefer" by Edward Howard
That's the reason you always see new windows daubed with glaring white marks.
"The American Architect and Building News, Vol. 27, Jan-Mar, 1890" by Various
He was a little man with thin gray hair and paint-daubed hands which smelt of oil.
"The works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 5 (of 8)" by Guy de Maupassant 1850-1893
There was a ruinous "wattle and daub" edifice which had been deserted by a Dutch Boer before the arrival of the settlers.
"Six Months at the Cape" by R.M. Ballantyne
It required much labor to get the four mud-daubed figures down to where the others were awaiting them.
"The Boy Scouts of Lenox" by Frank V. Webster
Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, the Golden Horn are sprawling daubs to flawless Mitylene.
"Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2" by Ian Hamilton
De chinks in de walls wuz daubed wid mud to keep de weather out.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States" by Work Projects Administration
They were all painted or daubed.
"Old Rail Fence Corners" by Various
You spoke of my daubing.
"Aunt Rachel" by David Christie Murray
I was daubing in a friend's chambers when the angel of opportunity came.
"The Making Of A Novelist" by David Christie Murray
By this time they were beautifully daubed with mud, as each appeared to be the under dog while the minutes crept along.
"Darry the Life Saver" by Frank V. Webster
Sometimes even by a single word he proclaimed the presence of the master-poet, and by a single stroke exalted a daub into a picture.
"The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volumes I-VI." by Various
My old face seemed but a coarse daub of the one reflected in the mirror.
"Clarimonde" by Théophile Gautier
The first houses of the settlers were doubtless of logs, one story high, "daubed" with clay.
"The New England Magazine Volume 1, No. 3, March, 1886" by Various
When a daughter is born, she only daubs the half of her face, and that for twenty days.
"Perils and Captivity" by Charlotte-Adélaïde [née Picard] Dard
Everybody knew it, because it was daubed and spattered with paint.
"Winning His Way" by Charles Carleton Coffin
You can feel the edges of this heavy daubing rough all round it.
"The Nebuly Coat" by John Meade Falkner
He said he didn't think I would ever be able to sell my horse with all that daub on him, unless I explained just how I had traded for him.
"Twenty Years of Hus'ling" by J. P. Johnston
Disgusting as they seem to be, they dislike being daubed with honey.
"Mysteries of Bee-keeping Explained" by M. Quinby
How is it, Madam, that I know
The guests at once? Wipe off the paint—
Convention daubs us all alike,
Sinner as well as Saint!
"Vers De Societe" by Elizabeth Drew Barstow Stoddard
The field a hasty pallet; for,
In thin or thick, with daub and streak,
It stretches from the barn-gate's bar
To the bleached ribbon of the creek.
"Frost" by Madison Julius Cawein
An image of a piano-tuner
with a basket of prawns on his shoulder
and a firescreen under his arm
his moustache made of clay-clotted twigs
and his cheeks daubed with wine
"The Very Image - To Rene Magritte" by David Gascoyne
A happy infant, daubed to the eyes in juice
Of peaches that flush bloody at the core,
Naked you bask upon a south-sea shore,
While o'er your tumbling bosom the hair floats loose.
"Love Song" by Aldous Huxley
The lean-muscled young men are naked to the narrow loins,
their breasts and backs daubed with white clay,
Two eagle-feathers plume the black heads. They dance with
reluctance, they are growing civilized; the old men persuade them.
"New Mexican Mountain" by Robinson Jeffers
Try! words are colors; — Feeling lays
Their tints on memory's open page,
Now bright, now soft, now dim their rays,
They gleam in youth and fade in age.
Yet when their hues are gone, each stain
That daubed their beauties wilt remain.
"To A Deaf And Dumb Lady" by John Gardiner Calkins Brainard
In French, the language of "le mot juste," there is an uncharacteristically long list of words for stew, like garbure, casserole, ragout, estouffade and daube.
Tulpehocken senior Brandon Daub said the fall season has turned into a friendly competition between two excellent teams.
Gladys Daub, 83, Fort Clark, died Monday, Oct 15, 2012, in a Turtle Lake hospital.
She married Roger Daub on April 15, 1950, in Bismarck.
Husband, Roger Daub, of Fort Clark.
Daughter, Nicki Daub, Fort Clark.
While on a tour of the vault in Commerce Court north, Katie Daubs walks around the corner and finds herself in a display case .
Join our Pathologist – Katie Daubs – and project director and photographer Spencer Wynn at noon Monday for a LIVE online chat.
Katie Daubs goes outside for the first time after two weeks indoors.
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Cafe Di Blasi 1801 Stumpf Blvd, Gretna, 504 361-3106 cafediblasi.com The "misto Italiano" platter features daube, sausage, meatballs and veal.
Cafe Ralphie 5024 W Esplanade Ave, 504 889-7770 caferalphie.com Daube is a special offering on Wednesdays.
Two of many ancient earth-building techniques—which include wattle-and-daub and adobe—-are rammed earth and pisé de terre, prehistoric construction methods that predate the development of the opposable thumb.
Michot built a home using bousillage, a cousin to wattle and daub.
Thousands of Sauk settled in willow-pole, mud daubed lodges.