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Up I got, was welcomed almost instantly by another cloud of spray, but this time stuck to my purpose and set myself, with all my strength and caution, to paddle after the unsteered HISPANIOLA.
If she had been Ben Weatherstaff she could have told whether the wood was alive by looking at it, but she could only see that there were only gray or brown sprays and branches and none showed any signs of even a tiny leaf-bud anywhere.
I lay upon my face and peered over with the spray spouting up all around me.
More than once his window was splashed with the spray carried on by the wind which followed the tide.
There was a splash of spray or raindrops against the window and through the crack in the door.
It was raining heavily, and the fresh water, together with the spray, trickled down her body.
The surf was breaking fearfully on the coast, and the spray was carried over a cliff estimated to 200 feet in height.
Beyond the mouth many detached rocks, meeting the full force of the breakers, spouted foam and spray high in the air.
The way grew severer, and several times the clefts they essayed extended down to the ocean level and spouted spray from the growling breakers that burst through.
Spray, the Independent minister, had begun to preach political sermons, in which he distinguished with much subtlety between his fervent belief in the right of the Catholics to the franchise and his fervent belief in their eternal perdition.
Dan shouted, and a shower of spray rattled on Harvey's shoulders as a big cod flapped and kicked alongside.
Moving on, I at last came to a dim sort of light not far from the docks, and heard a forlorn creaking in the air; and looking up, saw a swinging sign over the door with a white painting upon it, faintly representing a tall straight jet of misty spray, and these words underneath -- The Spouter-Inn: --Peter Coffin.