A rawboned baby sprawling on the mud floor of a Kentucky log cabin is a more hopeful spectacle than a wholly civilized funeral.
He put me on a rawboned bay who, he said, was a "great goer."
I can't tell you any more about him, save that he was a big Cornishman, rawboned, and vulgarly rich.
Captain Davis, rawboned and brown-faced, waved a welcome to them from the side door.
Then he conducted the lean, lank, rawboned rustic into the presence of the judges.
“You did,” said the big, rawboned man at whom he was staring.
It was travel-stained and worn, and with its rawboned horses seemed to have reached the last stage of its journey and fitness.
Was she, for instance, the underdressed one with the mole, or the rawboned giggler?
She was angular, and, using a country expression descriptive of extreme leanness, was rawboned.
The visitor was tall, rawboned, and of that physical cast known as lanky.
rawboned raw·boned (rô'bōnd')
Having a lean, gaunt frame with prominent bones.