I found my uncle at the gable-end, watching the signs of the weather, with a pipe in his fingers.
Gunston Hall, on the other hand, reverted to the gable-end form.
He crept from his window on to the roof and thence to the gable-end; perhaps it was the world that called.
A cat last summer found a starlings nest in the gable-end of an old barn.
The houses formed a straggling irregular street—here a garden, next a gable-end of a farm, there a row of cottages, and so on.
"They are under the kettles, at the gable-end of the hall," answered the woman.
So all through the gray afternoon I looked sharply for a house, mistaking every monstrous bowlder for a gable-end.
The entrance was in the side wall of the chamber by the gable-end, and there was a dais there.
The other was treated likewise; and the two rabbits hung skinned and cleaned, stiffening high up on the gable-end.
I expect to see you like a gable-end, with a couple of mullioned windows for eyes, and a mouth.