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Examples

  • One icy morning in early spring when Lance opened the toilet door, he saw a rat scuttle away behind a rag-wrapped pipe.

    Portobello

  • One holds a horrible old boot in his hand, and gesticulates with it, while his other hand caresses his rag-wrapped foot.

    A Modern Utopia

  • Something seemed wrong, though; an air of uneasiness curled among the cracked boots and rag-wrapped feet of the crowd like the cold draft from the door.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • He took up the rag-wrapped sword, unfolded the filthy cloth from a plain, serviceable bull's-hide grip, and pulled the blade from the sheath.

    2005

  • She unpacked there on the boards, rummaged out the hat, a pile of dirty clothes and blankets, the rag-wrapped shape of a sword; a few clay bowls, a tin pot, several small packets neatly done up with braided straw cord.

    2005

  • And now, with Prauo's loot from that first haul, was hidden a rag-wrapped bundle of small pieces of jewelry.

    Beast Master's Circus

  • Obediently, the loaded mule continued downslope on rag-wrapped hooves.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • His rag-wrapped feet tracked gunk to the three bedrooms.

    The Flower Man

  • Guilt jabbed like a sharp stone beneath her rag-wrapped feet, blistering her with the knowledge that it was nearly dawn.

    A GIFT OF LOVE

  • He lost himself for a while in the terrible winter walk, the men marching with rag-wrapped feet through the ice and snow of the mountains, through dreadful hunger, not knowing the way, attacked by savage tribes as they went, until finally, cresting the last mountain, they saw the sea.

    Dark Mirror

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