The Englishman was playing havoc with the rigging, braces, and running-gear of the Wasp.
The original color of coach and running-gear was an insoluble enigma.
It was almost better than slithering along a hard road with a motor-car stripped to the running-gear.
The galley had gone by the board, the mainsail and running-gear, the cook, every thing!
She was a fine little vessel, but very badly found in sails and running-gear.
The running-gear of wagons and carriages, handles of pitchforks, axes, and like implements require it.
The "pair of bobs" had been the running-gear of a small wood-sleigh built for one horse to pull around among the woods.
The electric motors, supported by the running-gear, are geared to the rear wheels.
The running-gear was neatly coiled for running, the guns secured for sea, and the watches told off.
Under his direction, the wagon-bed was taken off the running-gear, and the tarpaulin cover so adjusted as to make it water-tight.