Philip left his walking-stick, his socks, and the Baedeker at Bologna; she only left her sponge-bag.
And he was cutting up that crop—with his sword, not a walking-stick.
I could have forced it easily with the walking-stick I carried in my hand.
And of slapping his leg with his walking-stick—that was there, too!
"Thank you very much," said the old woman, leaning heavily on her walking-stick.
They noted with amazement that his "only defense" was a "walking-stick in his hand."
It is employed at close quarters, or as a missile, and in time of peace serves as a walking-stick.
(To Toinette) Give me my walking-stick; I'll come back directly.
I slipped it into my pocket, and got my cap and a walking-stick from the hall, and slipped unobserved out of the house.
Marguerite paused, and made a series of holes in the sand with her walking-stick.