Aunt Harriet's mind had brooded all day over the air-cushion as mournfully as a hart's tongue over a well.
Yes, I'd like the air-cushion, please, and that plaid out of the hold-all.
As one inflates an air-cushion, I am now with my person inflating the crocodile.
The Youth tries—and produces nothing but a close imitation of an air-cushion that is being unscrewed.
When it is desired to inflate the air-cushion, it is only necessary to blow into the mouth-piece.
Palpation of the distended stomach yields an elastic resistance which has been compared to that of an air-cushion.
The doors close against an air-cushion stop, making it impossible to clutch the clothing or limbs of passengers in closing.
Its object is simply to prevent the sheet rubber, which forms the top of the air-cushion, from sticking to the shellacked paper.
"Catch me a-ridin' of an 'orse again without an air-cushion," he muttered as he came out of the public-bar wiping his mouth.
Captain Pond clapped a thumb over the orifice of his air-cushion, and heaved a sigh as he thought of Sergeant Fugler.