Presently, with an odour of cooking, the Frau Professor came in, a short, very stout woman with tightly
dressed hair and a red face; she had little eyes, sparkling like beads, and an effusive manner.
As he passed through the opening, the front sight of the rifle caught upon the edge of the inswung door with sufficient force to close it tightly
after the fleeing ape.
Dressed as she was in riding breeches with no entangling skirts to hinder or catch upon passing shrubbery, she soon found that she could cling tightly
to the back of the mighty bull and when a moment later he took to the lower branches of the trees, she closed her eyes and clung to him in terror lest she be precipitated to the ground below.
And I held her tightly
while I called Nobs and bade him lie down at her back.
Then, drawing his worn narrow girdle round him, he drew in his breath, pulling in his lean stomach still more, and girdled himself as tightly
as he could over his sheepskin.
She crouched in a sheltering way over her baby (which clung tightly
to her), and made pleading signs and sounds to the Fire-Men.
The Frog, one day intent on mischief, bound the foot of the Mouse tightly
to his own.
A YOUNG Ostrich came to its Mother, groaning with pain and with its wings tightly
crossed upon its stomach.
One hand he held tightly
against his side, and behind him he left a bloody trail.
She faced the doorway of a room, shut her eyes tightly
, and then, thrusting aside the heavy draperies, she advanced blindly with her right arm outstretched before her.
The skin roof, stretched tightly
as a drumhead, I had thought, sagged and bellied with every gust; and innumerable interstices in the walls, not so tightly
stuffed with moss as Maud had supposed, disclosed themselves.
The brown face was leaner, the skin drawn tightly
across the cheekbones.