quiver


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And then the writhing and quivering of the body became less, and the teeth seemed to champ, and the face to quiver.
She sat down with it on her knees, weeping bitterly as she took the bow out of its case, and when her tears had relieved her, she went to the cloister where the suitors were, carrying the bow and the quiver, with the many deadly arrows that were inside it.
There was a little quiver in Sylvie's voice too, as she whispered "Why, what's the matter, darling?
At his back was a quiver of arrows slung from a leathern shoulder belt, another piece of loot from some vanquished black.
Beside these were tenscore quivers of leather embroidered with golden thread, and in each quiver were a score of shafts with burnished heads that shone like silver; each shaft was feathered with peacock's plumes, innocked with silver.
He went roaring and resentful; but in the very center of the clearing his voice was suddenly hushed and Tarzan saw the great head lower and flatten out, the body crouch and the long tail quiver, as the beast slunk cautiously toward the trees upon the opposite side.
A sheath and handle for his hunting-knife he fashioned, and a quiver for arrows, and from the hide of Bara a belt and loin-cloth.
From all sorts of unsuspected places and buildings came the lightning quiver of the guns, followed by the shrieking of the shells.
But to his great surprise he could say no more, for tears came to his eyes and his lower jaw began to quiver rapidly.
He loosened his long-bow, slung his quiver round to the front, and then glanced keenly round for a fitting mark.
Thrasymachus, I said, with a quiver, don't be hard upon us.
Ye-es," said Tibby, and then held his mouth open in a curious quiver, as if he, too, had thoughts of Mr.