And Pempton's 'cello tones now and then have gone through me—simply from his fiddle-bow, I believe.
The strings for the fiddle-bow he made of hairs from the tail of the General's horse.
In his left hand he held a fiddle, and in his right hand he had a fiddle-bow.
She opened her eyes and smiled at sight of the fiddle-bow and tuning-fork.
His French Canadian comrade waved his fiddle-bow protestingly.
Therein are Kobbolds, and Wights that love not men, things unto whom the grief of men is as the sound of the fiddle-bow unto us.
Before the funeral Antone carried to town the fiddle-bow which Peter had forgotten to break.
The fiddle-bow, however, affords only one example of a rule which is equally well exemplified by many humbler tools.
The young foreigner flourished his fiddle-bow with a master's hand, and gave an inspiring echo to the showman's melody.
A drill that is revolved back and forth by a device similar to a fiddle-bow.