The suffragettes got us the vote and they did it in whalebone corsets.
Then Egil examined the bed, and found a piece of whalebone with runes on it.
In the south, too, hoop iron or whalebone is used for runner shoeing.
whalebone purfling has been frequently used, particularly by the old Amsterdam makers.
A touch of the whalebone and she would balk—stop dead in her stride.
Then into the hollow goes the whalebone, so, tightly coiled, and another piece of blubber is fitted over the whale-bone.
From it we get the whalebone, oil and also a fertilizer to help our farm crops to grow.
By a violent twist of every whalebone muscle, Tam whirled himself sidewise.
Name's Mervin; all whipcord and whalebone; springy as a bent bow.
It is for this and the whalebone that this animal is deemed so valuable, and for which it is so much sought by whalefishers.