All the same, if you cut out this top-hamper the story of The Veiled Woman on its personal side is distinctly a good one.
Above it the top-hamper of the brig loomed indistinct and high.
"I ain't making any rash promises," stated Captain Downs, walking to the rail and taking a squint at the top-hamper.
There was scarcely sea enough to tremble the top-hamper of the unsuspecting man-of-war.
By lessening her top-hamper and getting new stanchions for her perilous voyage, she performed it without accident.
Every spar, rope, and stay was strained, and some of the “top-hamper” came crashing down.
All her top-hamper had been taken down by Spike, and nothing remained but the plainest and most readily-managed gear.
All the top-hamper even of such beauty as Michel Angelo conceived does not alter this my impression.
I can see nothing but her top-hamper, but I think she is a schooner bound for New York.
And you, doctor, I want you to mix me a stiff powder for the damnedest headache that ever tangled my top-hamper.