By and by he came down, smoking a cigarette, and was met by this woman flourishing her case-knife.
While thus employed, he told me to feel in his coat-pocket for a case-knife.
She tapped it with a case-knife she held, when a stream of blood shot up through the glove.
Dugard, blustering, laid his hand suddenly upon his case-knife.
I lay so flat and close that had I been a case-knife I could not have been much thinner.
A case-knife is rather limited as to its power of revelation, however, and she soon laid them down.
He would sit all day in the lane at the front gate pottering with a bit of twig or a case-knife in the soft clay.
Then he flung the bow far from him, pulled out his case-knife, and cut all four violin strings, which snapped with a sharp twang.
You can thank your stars you haven't had a case-knife stuck in you before now.
They always dig out with a case-knife—and not through dirt, mind you; generly it's through solid rock.