She sat down
on the hearth herself without waiting to be asked.
They sat down
upon some dead boughs and shared their meal.
The young girl was occupied in arranging the cottage; but presently she took something out of a drawer, which employed her hands, and she sat down
beside the old man, who, taking up an instrument, began to play and to produce sounds sweeter than the voice of the thrush or the nightingale.
The old man, having obeyed his directions, sat down
on the edge of a chair, and, folding his hands before him, gradually yielded to the influence of the warmth, and dozed.
I remember tottering and falling against their heels in front of the shining share, and that my father hauled back on the lines so violently that the horses nearly sat down
Dorothy sat down
in the middle of the raft and held Toto in her arms.
Sit down," I said mechanically, moving a chair up to the table, and I sat down
on the sofa.
When the child had patted his head lovingly, he sat down
before her, his red tongue hanging out one side of his mouth, and looked up into her face with his bright brown eyes, as if asking her what they should do next.
He sat down
again, taking her hand in his, and looking at her with passionate entreaty.
The camel doubled up camel-fashion, like a two-foot rule, and sat down
Pyotr Petrovitch had had occasion that morning to realise some five- per-cent bonds and now he sat down
to the table and counted over bundles of notes.
But it was then too late, and with a countenance meaning to be open, she sat down
again and talked of the weather.