1 And he smeared his ragged rough sleeve over his eyes.
2 A man with no hat, and with broken shoes, and with an old rag tied round his head.
3 She was seated on the ground, with her arms on the ragged chair, and her head leaning on them.
4 More than that," said he, folding his arms on the table again, "I won't have a rag of you, I won't have a bone of you, left on earth.
5 After receiving the charge with every mark of derision, the pupils formed in line and buzzingly passed a ragged book from hand to hand.
6 As I brought another of the ragged chairs to the hearth and sat down, I remarked a new expression on her face, as if she were afraid of me.
7 I glanced down at the foot from which the shoe was absent, and saw that the silk stocking on it, once white, now yellow, had been trodden ragged.
8 I looked into the room where I had left her, and I saw her seated in the ragged chair upon the hearth close to the fire, with her back towards me.
9 His getting on his box, which I remember to have been decorated with an old weather-stained pea-green hammercloth moth-eaten into rags, was quite a work of time.
10 Looking in at the door, after knocking in vain, I saw her sitting on the hearth in a ragged chair, close before, and lost in the contemplation of, the ashy fire.
11 It was a wonderful equipage, with six great coronets outside, and ragged things behind for I don't know how many footmen to hold on by, and a harrow below them, to prevent amateur footmen from yielding to the temptation.
12 Having thus cleared the way for my expedition to Miss Havisham's, I set off by the early morning coach before it was yet light, and was out on the open country road when the day came creeping on, halting and whimpering and shivering, and wrapped in patches of cloud and rags of mist, like a beggar.