Is de salvation train done stallded right in front o' claybank chu'ch, an' we can't raise wheels ter sen' it on?
Baroness Radziwill executed precise jumps on her claybank, her split skirt flapping gayly.
Fergus was at the other end of the room trying to break away from two maroons and a claybank girl.
The boys got on very well with their packing until they came to the claybank horse which had given Moise so much trouble.
In color she was "claybank," with great blotches of white, as if she had been pelted with small bags of flour.
Some of them waded in the river and caught a curious fish in holes in the claybank.
She usually takes for her dwelling the tunnel of some Earthworm opening off a claybank.
I'm tireder nor a claybank hoss arter a hard day's plowin', an' I'm ez dry ez a lime-kiln.
"It'll be a lot safer after I've emptied it into the first claybank, outside town," Rand told him.