We have been putting our tape-measure about it, and find it forty-three inches in girth; and for shapely beauty it has no equal.
But the brisk, courteous person with the dividers and tape-measure is reassuring.
Augustus Meredith, no less than George, blushed for the tape-measure daily.
"A tape-measure I had in my pocket," replied she, smiling affably the while (sensation).
The cabinet was empty, for four respectable looking men went up and examined it, and one even measured it with a tape-measure.
Mrs. McMurray arrived with a tape-measure, a pencil, and a notebook.
Already he had out his tape-measure and sketch-book, making observations and recording measurements.
He saw the great London road like a tape-measure unfolded from the gilded case that was London.
In her hand she held a tape-measure and an official diagram of a tennis-court.
The sick-berth steward then proceeded to put a tape-measure round his body, just under the armpits, compassing his chest.