my letter unseen at his feet, and sauntered back to the club.
So he flew down and got that acorn, and fetched it up and dropped
it in, and was just tilting his head back, with the heavenliest smile on his face, when all of a sudden he was paralyzed into a listening attitude and that smile faded gradually out of his countenance like breath off'n a razor, and the queerest look of surprise took its place.
I'd sooner be dropped
upon by you than by him, or even by you jintly, than by him alone
Soot had perched on a low branch and drawn up one leg and dropped
the gray film drowsily over his eyes.
The wind had dropped
and a faint haze on the horizon showed that a fog was waiting to steal up the Saconnet on the turn of the tide; but all about him fields and woods were steeped in golden light.
Pivoting on my left toe, I swung a terrific right to his jaw, and, like a felled ox, he dropped
in his tracks.
Gently the lithe boy dropped
to the soft earth at the end of the village street.
But when Old Orlick come for to hear that your uncle Provis had mostlike wore the leg-iron wot Old Orlick had picked up, filed asunder, on these meshes ever so many year ago, and wot he kep by him till he dropped
your sister with it, like a bullock, as he means to drop you - hey?
Lillibullero" was dropped
again; and just before we lost sight of them behind the little point, one of them whipped ashore and disappeared.
And exactly at the moment when the space between the wheels came opposite her, she dropped
the red bag, and drawing her head back into her shoulders, fell on her hands under the carriage, and lightly, as though she would rise again at once, dropped
on to her knees.
in there while Marco, the son of Marco, was haggling with a shopkeeper over a quarter of a pound of salt, and asked for change for a twenty-dollar gold piece.
Monte Cristo approached, and dropped
on his purple lips three or four drops of the contents of the phial.