far behind the others, and it was several minutes after they had halted at Tarzan's command before he came slowly up to them, reeling from side to side, and at last falling again beneath the weight of his burden and the shock of his wound.
But though he made a valiant effort to keep up with their captors he occasionally lagged
, and upon one such occasion the guards for the first time showed any disposition toward brutality.
The balance of the herd sprang quickly away; but the hurt doe lagged
, and in a moment Nobs was beside her and had leaped at her throat.
By noon some of the party were exhausted and lagged
behind, an hour later a long line of exhausted stragglers were following Trent and the native guide.
And he asked himself whether he loved anyone, whether he loved Sofya Ivanovna, or Father Seraphim, whether he had any feeling of love for all who had come to him that day--for that learned young man with whom he had had that instructive discussion in which he was concerned only to show off his own intelligence and that he had not lagged
behind the times in knowledge.
The conversation had not lagged
in the full half hour they had been together.
Indeed, all were hungry, and thirsty, too; for they had eaten nothing but the apples since breakfast; so their steps lagged
and they grew silent and weary.
And the slow minutes lagged
on; and the buzzing of a fly in a corner was the only sound in the room.
It may have seemed to him that the prophecy had lagged
a bit, awaiting the event, but he said nothing of that, being concerned with his own condition.
The two girls lagged
behind the rest, talking confidentially, arm in arm--the subject (it is surely needless to add) being the coming marriage.
But it's cursed hard that I should be lagged
over this young Sholto, with whom I had no quarrel whatever.
In this exciting occupation, the morning lagged