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The deep stillness of the night was occasionally interrupted by the neighing of the elk, the hoarse lowing of the buffalo, the hooting of large owls, and the screeching of the small ones, now and then the splash of a beaver, or the gonglike sound of the swan.
At the first splash a silvery-white ghost rose bolt upright from the oily water and sighed a weird whistling sigh.
An appalling splash within two yards of him was followed by a loud, rushing sound, DIMINUENDO, which seemed to travel back through the air to the fort and died in an explosion which stirred the very river to its deeps
He grabbed at it, and, overbalancing, fell with a splash into the water.
Some heavy thing fell with a mighty splash right in front of me.
Down went Robin into the water with a mighty splash.
Life pulsed steadily and deep in him, and it was not his nature needlessly to agitate the surface so that the world could see the splash he was making.
Just then a splash startled them, for Button-Bright, in his anxiety to see the pool that would "cure" him, had stepped too near the edge and tumbled heels over head into the water.
The Frogs were terrified at the splash occasioned by its fall and hid themselves in the depths of the pool.
Pinocchio who heard the splash and felt it, too, cried out, laughing, but never stopping in his race:
Cease to splash THEREON, thou rain-cloud of the forenoon
Again came the red flash and the sound of a blow, and fluttering its wings as though trying to keep up in the air, the bird halted, stopped still and instant, and fell with a heavy splash on the slushy ground.