It was an outdoor picnic then, with pecks and bushels dispatched at sawhorse tables.
He stumbled over a sawhorse and his guide turned upon him with a quick admonition to be more careful.
He's a sawhorse—he's as heavy in th' head as a bag of salt; he'll never do no good to nobody.
"This will be a good place to camp," said the Wizard, as the sawhorse stopped for further instructions.
"A sawhorse is a thing they saw boards on," remarked Jim, with a sniff.
Little Evring preferred to ride with Dorothy upon the sawhorse, which had a long back.
But this sawhorse can trot as fast as you can, Jim; and he's very wise, too.
"I quite agree with you," replied the sawhorse, in a rough but not unpleasant voice.
"I do not doubt it," the sawhorse observed, with a tone of pride.
"We'll see about that," replied the King, and at once he waved his hand toward the sawhorse and muttered a magical word.