Freshen the priming of your pistols--the midst of the falls is apt to dampen the brimstone--and stand firm for a close struggle, while I fire on their rush
He sees no black sky and raging sea, feels not the reeling timbers, and little hears he or heeds he the far rush
of the mighty whale, which even now with open mouth is cleaving the seas after him.
One packed rush
was made to the side, and every eye counted every ripple, as moment followed moment, and no sign of either the sinker or the diver could be seen.
The bull makes a rush
, with murder in his eye, but a picador meets him with a spear-thrust in the shoulder.
alas I we may not have The things we hope to gain; The quiet life may come to me, The rush
to Emma Jane!
As each boat achieved the safety of the port there was a shout of joy from the mass of people on the shore,a shout which for a moment seemed to cleave the gale and was then swept away in its rush
Then suddenly we saw a rush
of smoke far away up the river, a puff of smoke that jerked up into the air and hung; and forthwith the ground heaved under foot and a heavy explosion shook the air, smashing two or three windows in the houses near, and leaving us astonished.
On the exclamation of the doctor and the cry of the father, the servants all fled with muttered imprecations; they were heard running down the stairs and through the long passages, then there was a rush
in the court, afterwards all was still; they had, one and all, deserted the accursed house.
They appeared ready to rush
upon the levelled bayonets.
At the bidding of the West Wind there arises a great commotion in the sky above these Islands, and a great rush
of waters falls upon our shores.
The night will soon fall; this forest is most wild and lonely; strange noises are often heard therein after sunset; wolves haunt these glades, and Danish warriors infest the country; worse things are talked of; you might chance to hear, as it were, a child cry, and on opening the door to afford it succour, a greet black bull, or a shadowy goblin dog, might rush
over the threshold; or, more awful still, if something flapped, as with wings, against the lattice, and then a raven or a white dove flew in and settled on the hearth, such a visitor would be a sure sign of misfortune to the house; therefore, heed my advice, and lift the latchet for nothing.
In another instant she had seized Oolanga, and with a swift rush
had drawn him, her white arms encircling him, down with her into the gaping aperture.