her happiness as if in salute; she dipped it as if in reverence.
A huge creature stood upon a ledge and brandished
his stone hatchet.
For a moment Trent had the worst of it - a blow fell upon his forehead (the scar of which he never lost) and the wooden club was brandished
in the air for a second and more deadly stroke.
He was somewhat instinctive in his likes and dislikes, and from the first he most heartily disliked the room itself,--its vague perfumes, its subdued violet coloring, the faces of the grinning idols, which seemed to meet his gaze in every direction, the pictures of those fierce-looking warriors who brandished
two-edged swords at him from the walls.
Westmacott bounded into view upon the lawn with brandished
racket and short skirts fluttering in the breeze.
He closed in as though he had not received the blow, and as though the whip was not brandished
A faint and lurid light lighted the scene, falling downward from a torch, brandished
by an avenging Spirit that hovered over the Jew on outspread vulture wings.
The company was completed by a peasant in a rude dress of undyed sheepskin, with the old-fashioned galligaskins about his legs, and a gayly dressed young man with striped cloak jagged at the edges and parti-colored hosen, who looked about him with high disdain upon his face, and held a blue smelling-flask to his nose with one hand, while he brandished
a busy spoon with the other.
The impact of the blow drove her backward, but she struck the wall of her on-coming fellows and bounced forward again, dazed and helpless, the brandished
hatchet falling feebly on Hartman's shoulder.
As Mrs Vincent Crummles recrossed back to the table, there bounded on to the stage from some mysterious inlet, a little girl in a dirty white frock with tucks up to the knees, short trousers, sandaled shoes, white spencer, pink gauze bonnet, green veil and curl papers; who turned a pirouette, cut twice in the air, turned another pirouette, then, looking off at the opposite wing, shrieked, bounded forward to within six inches of the footlights, and fell into a beautiful attitude of terror, as a shabby gentleman in an old pair of buff slippers came in at one powerful slide, and chattering his teeth, fiercely brandished
Not until then did they gain courage to pursue him, and when they had come in force, with brandished
spears and loud war cries, the quarry was gone.
his cudgel, and struck a heavy blow with it on one of the turf mounds near them.