His fiddle bow doth cut through the hardest steel, on the helmets he breaketh the bright and shining gauds!
Gin an mon does his work, Colston wadna gi' a fiddle bow for what's i' the heart o' him.
Tis you has the head of sense, and fingers for the fiddle bow.
She had an exaggerated form of fiddle bow, a long bowsprit and two tall masts on which sails might easily have been set.
Black and shiny as I ever saw and its neck straight as a fiddle bow.
Then, while the terrible Folker guarded the door with his fiddle bow, one side of which was a trenchant sword, the battle began.
The simplest hand-drilling device employed for metal is the fiddle bow drill shown in Fig. 1777.
The doughty Folker now sprang up from the board; loud rang in his hands his fiddle bow.