For arms he took but two things--the magic glass in his wallet, and a butterfly-net over his shoulder.
In another moment she was a prisoner under the butterfly-net.
"Like a comedy professor with a butterfly-net," roared Lyaeus.
So saying, Mulvaney took up his butterfly-net, and returned to barracks.
But this time the philosopher was without his butterfly-net, and she found him much less alarming.
I was dreaming how that Shoushou was chasing me with a butterfly-net, and look at me!
"A butterfly-net; he wants one ever so much," said Nat, looking a little disappointed, for he meant to get it himself.
I'll order you a butterfly-net and box and show you how scientists pin specimens.
When he had eaten heartily, even to the last crumb, Arthur arose and took his butterfly-net in hand.
A light attracts them and Hamilton, with the aid of a lantern and a butterfly-net, tried to catch some.