It is equally easy and vastly more efficacious to ply judicious religious instruction than to ply the cowskin or the paddle!
After the cowskin was dried up, Ned started for town to sell it.
Ranaway, the negro slave named Jupiter—has a fresh mark of a cowskin on one of his cheeks.
Buffing is practically only the grain of cowskin from which almost all the flesh has been split.
When Cooper remarked that Cochran could not be in earnest the latter replied by a cut with his cowskin.
IT was well into the third day when we came down into the fertile valley of the cowskin.
The cowskin is a kind of whip seldom seen in the northern states.
The overseer stands at the quarter door, armed with stick and cowskin, ready to whip any who may be a few minutes behind time.
On his back were thirty-seven gashes made with a cowskin, while on his head were many bruises besides.
cowskin is good for books which are to be much handled and are likely to be worn out and discarded within five years.