Dere was a man on de plantation what made all our brogans for winter.
And thumping down their brogans came, like hammers on the floor.
He wore a slouch hat and brogans, and had a short black pipe in his mouth.
It seemed as if Elnora's gasp of relief must have reached the soles of her brogans.
The remainder of my costume was fairly easy to put on, though the brogans, or brogues, were quite a problem.
I was much attracted by his brogans, which were much too large, and had a fine coating of stove polish to enhance their charm.
He at once dismounted and changed his uncomfortable riding-boots for 45 the brogans of the herder.
To dramatize his isolation from his own group, he wore old clothes, brogans, and his school cap.
He was easing his feet by placing his brogans under the desk, wearing only his red socks.
Poor Rory—what a swaat boy he was—jist sax foot and fore inches in his brogans—och, my God!