On one side of his tent were pitched
those of Reginald Front-de-B
The herd paused for an instant at the edge of the slope, but Akela gave tongue in the full hunting-yell, and they pitched
over one after the other, just as steamers shoot rapids, the sand and stones spurting up round them.
Accordingly the tents were pitched
, and the princess entering hers whilst the prince was giving his further orders, removed her girdle, which she placed beside her, and desiring her women to leave her, lay down and was soon asleep.
The quiet voice, pitched
high, the deft fingers, the patient courtesy and attentiveness--these qualities were precisely what the gentle telephone required in its attendants.
The first tumbler in the world, you must know, was Lucifer, when they cast or pitched
him out of heaven; for he came tumbling into the bottomless pit.
Suddenly he lurched wildly to one side and pitched
violently to the ground.
Sometimes the travellers passed beneath cascades which pitched
from such lofty heights that the water fell into the stream like heavy rain.
The place which he pitched
upon for his trading post was a point of land about three miles in length and two in breadth, formed by the junction of the Oakinagan with the Columbia.
grunted Uncle Salters, without turning his head, and Harvey pitched
the fish by twos and threes down the hatch.
Bert, by clutching convulsively, just escaped being pitched