It seems as innocent of a destination as a boy on an errand; but, after taking at least six times as long as any other road in the kingdom for its amount of work, you usually find it dip
down of a sudden into some lovely natural cul-de-sac, a meadow-bottom surrounded by trees, with a stream spreading itself in fantastic silver shallows through its midst, and a cottage half hidden at the end.
Then he mixed a lot of medicines in the basin and told Bumpo to dip
his face in it.
The infidel Jew it was merit with heaven to deal with him as I did, else wherefore are men canonized who dip
their hands in the blood of Saracens?
Just while I was meditating, a puff came, caught the HISPANIOLA, and forced her up into the current; and to my great joy, I felt the hawser slacken in my grasp, and the hand by which I held it dip
for a second under water.
What Little Toomai liked was to scramble up bridle paths that only an elephant could take; the dip
into the valley below; the glimpses of the wild elephants browsing miles away; the rush of the frightened pig and peacock under Kala Nag's feet; the blinding warm rains, when all the hills and valleys smoked; the beautiful misty mornings when nobody knew where they would camp that night; the steady, cautious drive of the wild elephants, and the mad rush and blaze and hullabaloo of the last night's drive, when the elephants poured into the stockade like boulders in a landslide, found that they could not get out, and flung themselves at the heavy posts only to be driven back by yells and flaring torches and volleys of blank cartridge.
One day an old man went to a stream to dip
in a crust of bread which he was going to eat, when a dog came out of the water, snatched the bread from his hand, and ran away.
The nearest relation gives the first thrust, and is followed by all the rest according to their degrees of kindred; and they to whom it does not happen to strike while the offender is alive, dip
the points of their lances in his blood to show that they partake in the revenge.
One by one, however, the ships managed to dip
below the crests of the outlying hills until only one barely moving craft was in sight.
The fishing boats are racing for home, and rise and dip
in the ground swell as they sweep into the harbour, bending to the scuppers.
Each time I dip
a living creature into the bath of burning pain, I say, `This time I will burn out all the animal; this time I will make a rational creature of my own
If we are attacked, we will defend ourselves; if we are tried, we will stoutly maintain that we were only anxious to dip
ourselves a certain number of times in the sea.
No, no," continued Danglars; "if we resolve on such a step, it would be much better to take, as I now do, this pen, dip
it into this ink, and write with the left hand (that the writing may not be recognized) the denunciation we propose.