We took as usual its tongue, marrowbones, and loins, and left the rest to those that came after us.
O, madam, down upon your knees, your marrowbones——he's one of them.
It consisted of a large platter of dried meat, reindeer tongues (considered a great delicacy), and marrowbones.
The town might follow us to church with a serenade of marrowbones and cleavers, as they do the butchers.
The Cleaver seems also to be in compliment to this profession, as well as the marrowbones and Cleaver.
Then there arrived the butchers, with their marrowbones and cleavers, and began to make their music with zeal.
Then they would all to a man have gone down on their marrowbones to him to come back when he had recovered his senses.