But the kitchen-maid wept the whole night long, and said, 'I have freed you in a wood and from an iron stove; I sought you and have crossed a glassy mountain, three sharp
swords, and a great lake to find you, and now you will not hear me
But Ned Land had disentangled the Captain, who, getting up without any wound, went straight to the Indian, quickly cut the cord which held him to his stone, took him in his arms, and, with a sharp
blow of his heel, mounted to the surface.
They had just started to cross this queer bridge when a sharp
growl made them all look up, and to their horror they saw running toward them two great beasts with bodies like bears and heads like tigers.
But the boy had learned in that brief second a use for his sharp
and shining toy, so that, as the tearing, striking beast dragged him to earth he plunged the blade repeatedly and to the hilt into its breast.
Toto had run on ahead, frisking playfully, when suddenly he uttered a sharp
bark of fear and came running back to them with his tail between his legs, as dogs do when they are frightened.
The weather was sharp
and clear; there was no moisture in the atmosphere, no fog nor haze; yet the sky was a gray pall.
And as he rolled, and felt sharp
teeth pricking him, he snapped and snarled, alternating snarls with whimperings and squallings of terror, pain, and abject humility.
Her own ears, with a snuggling movement, laid their sharp
points backward and down against the head for a moment, while her mouth opened and her tongue lolled peaceably out, and in this way she expressed that she was pleased and satisfied.
The Ass replied that passing through a hedge he had trod with his foot upon a sharp
AN American Statesman who had twisted the tail of the British Lion until his arms ached was at last rewarded by a sharp
, rasping sound.
Then he suddenly remembered Rose, and would gladly have hurried away to her, but his mother forbade his going out, for the sharp
wind would hurt his eyes.
As Alleyne stooped to raise him, the air seemed to be alive with the sharp
zip-zip of the bolts, and he could hear them pattering on the deck like apples at a tree-shaking.