He wears a beaver hat and swallow-tailed coat, girdled with a sailor-belt and sheath-knife.
"Yes, a sheath-knife," Paul Nicholas replied a trifle nervously.
A sheath-knife, red with rust, and with an iron handle—quaint and of an unfamiliar make and pattern.
But what are a sheath-knife and a wooden skewer, if not everything that is needed?
Bending down, he commenced to dig in the soft soil with the point of his sheath-knife.
"That's the goose," said Kalle, merrily sticking his sheath-knife into the loaf.
Blood-poisoning is very frequent, and Captain Jansen, with sheath-knife and sail needle, operates lavishly on one and all.
He instantly whipped out his sheath-knife and a handkerchief.
Its heart had been pierced by the blade of the sheath-knife.
Each was to have a rifle or shotgun, or both, and a pistol and sheath-knife.