Bimeby they wa'n't no stick left—only a nubbin, about four inches long, an' it was Rocky's turn.
He warmed the remaining half-can of salmon and whittled at his nubbin of bread.
The low altitude of nubbin Ridge made me sallow; there was no blood in my cheeks.
Throwing a nubbin to the calf to catch the cow, as you say in Virginia, eh?
Living in quaint old "nubbin Ridge," could not, to say the most, be called illustrious.
The Condor stretched his broad wings and settled himself comfortably on a nubbin of sandstone.
Lincoln whispered to his friend, "Did you ever see so small a nubbin that had so much husk on it?"
Presently she walked into the little room, lit a nubbin of candle, and changed into her best clothes.
Lincoln quietly said to Seward: "This is the largest shucking for so small a nubbin that I ever saw."
Chung wasn't built for times as hectic as the last few hours, and was worn to a nubbin.