Indeed, sir, it's not fit for you to go in, for Hetty's in the middle o' making the butter, for the churning
was thrown late, and I'm quite ashamed.
One evening, plumb tuckered out--it had been a dreadful hard hot day, and the bread wouldn't raise and the churning
had gone wrong, and I was all irritated and jerky--well, that evening I made mention to dad of this wanting to run of mine.
She fled deeper, and I knew I had her for I was between her and the surface; but in the muck coral sand of the bottom she made a churning
with her squid stick.
He upset the churn yesterday and spilled a big churning
of cream over the yard.
To your shouted remonstrances against that extortion this towering trunk with one hand on the engine-room telegraph only shook its bearded head above the splash, the racket, and the clouds of smoke in which the tug, backing and fill ing in the smother of churning
paddle-wheels be haved like a ferocious and impatient creature.
The misty churning
at her stern was the only sound in the world.
A steam-launch from Monrepos had come to the landing-stage opposite the gate, its hoarse whistle and the churning
noise alongside all unnoticed, had landed a small bunch of local passengers who were dispersing their several ways.