She worked rapidly, writing usually with a lead-pencil, on large sheets of yellow paper, but she pruned carefully.
Then she proceeded to write a letter in lead-pencil, stopping often to consult the dictionary.
She loaned him books, gave him a lead-pencil, and showed him how to write with a pen without smearing his hands and face with ink.
“A lead-pencil could hardly accomplish the deed,” Marsh mused.
Running through it lengthwise is a hole about the size of a lead-pencil.
She was sucking a lead-pencil, a thing I am always telling her not to do.
To make assurance doubly sure, you can indicate the retouches on your proof with a lead-pencil.
They was marked in charcoal on the sacks of flour and in lead-pencil on the newspapers.
There were some lines scrawled upon it, in lead-pencil, in the large hand of a schoolboy--almost undecipherable.
Cions of two or three buds, of firm wood the size of a lead-pencil, should be inserted.