Adams armed himself with a cowhide, and watched for his victim.
Sad and strange to say, it is also associated with the whip, the shackle, and the cowhide.
They didn't whip me with a bull whip; they whipped me with a cowhide.
"His boots are cowhide," said Mr. Lawrence Peabody disdainfully.
Both men got into their cowhide overcoats and pulled their caps well down over their ears.
The “cowhide” was constantly carried by himself, and his overseer.
In addition to the many grades of genuine morocco there are as many more imitations of it made from sheepskin, cowhide, etc.
They were cowhide and how they did hurt, but I was proud of them.
The principal rolled up his sleeves, and took the cowhide in his hand.
He don't care for the cowhide; the more I get him flogged the worse he gets.