John Bull is not as pachydermatous as once he was, and a chance word of Brother Jonathan's penetrates and rankles.
But the pachydermatous inertia of the citizens of Alleghenia had yet its vulnerable spot, where the weapon might enter.
He recognizes the pachydermatous skin of the beggar boys in the dark and wrinkled envelope of the old oaks.
But a glance would suffice to show that he now sitting there is not a member of that dogged and pachydermatous race.
The thick hides of pachydermatous animals correspond to the quilted armour of ancient and semi-civilized races.
Mrs. Chapman was a stout, dewlapped old lady, with dull eyes and pachydermatous folds in her face.
Eighthly, a tooth of a pachydermatous animal, probably the same with the Macrauchenia, a huge beast with a long neck like a camel.
Unless he could get away from his pachydermatous familiar, Pettengill must care for his cases that morning.
The impressionable peasant leads a larger, fuller, more dramatic life than the pachydermatous king.
Cutler, the British officer, was pachydermatous to ideas, but punctilious about behaviour.