I have a keen hankering to take a hand in at that fight," said the hunter, brandishing
When the first arrangements were completed, and we must say, to the honor of vagabond discipline, that Clopin's orders were executed in silence, and with admirable precision, the worthy chief of the band, mounted on the parapet of the church square, and raised his hoarse and surly voice, turning towards Notre-Dame, and brandishing
his torch whose light, tossed by the wind, and veiled every moment by its own smoke, made the reddish façade of the church appear and disappear before the eye.
Baisemeaux also recognized Fouquet immediately, and dropped the sword he bravely had been brandishing
he shouted, and seizing the marble top of a table with a strength he had never before felt, he made a step toward her brandishing
Close upon their heels raced the fleet bowmen of a bygone day, and forging steadily ahead among them Carthoris and Thuvia could see the mighty figure of Kar Komak, brandishing
aloft the Torquasian short-sword with which he was armed, as he urged his creatures after the retreating enemy.
This, with much brandishing
of their holly-leaves, and also a company of them carried an arrow which some boy had left in the Gardens, and this they were prepared to use as a battering-ram.
There was that in the haste with which he came which seemed quite sufficiently menacing, so that I did not need the added evidence of brandishing
spear and scowling face to warn me that I was in no safe position, but whither to flee was indeed a momentous question.
We were in a fair way to succeed when there ap-peared, pouring from among the trees beyond the beach, a horde of yelling, painted savages, brandishing
all sorts of devilish-looking primitive weapons.
The ape-man grinned, and let Werper go before him, brandishing
the jeweled and holy weapon.
They were talking loudly and gesticulating, and after a moment one of them leaped into the air, brandishing
his spear and uttering savage war cries, which soon had their effect upon his fellows so that it was not long ere all of them were taking part in the wild show of savagery, which would bolster their waning courage and presently spur them on to another attack.
Almost simultaneously Professor Maxon and Sing rushed into the living room to ascertain the cause of the wild alarm, while at the same instant Bududreen's assassins sprang through the door with upraised krisses, to be almost immediately followed by Muda Saffir's six Dyaks brandishing
their long spears and wicked parangs.
Why did that stupid executioner thus lose time in brandishing
his sword over the head of Cornelius, instead of cutting that head off?