Mr. Winsley was a little, thickset man, with a civil but blunt electioneering manner.
The thickset, young man remuttered the period that they were there for the stuff.
Dick gazed with all his eyes, and he saw several hundred yards away a thickset man on a sorrel horse.
By his side was a short, thickset man with dark, sallow features.
In person, he was a thickset man of middle height and elderly middle age, with cold steady eyes and grizzled hair.
Men who were tall and slender, and men who were short and thickset.
He is about three feet long with a tail six inches long, and is thickset and heavy.
"This is the tailor," said the thickset man with an introductory gesture.
A thickset personage, sitting near him, officiated as secretary—to judge at least from the inkstand with which he was provided.
He glanced at the thickset man, and then obeyed his impulse.