By this time, the whole nation of the Pygmies had seen the new wonder, and a million of them set up a shout all together; so that it really made quite an audible squeak
But Ariadne Blish was the worst failure of all, for Rose could not bear the sight of her, and said she was so like a wax doll she longed to give her a pinch and see if she would squeak
When I opened my door in the evening, off they would go with a squeak
and a bounce.
Did you ever make the spectre speak or squeak
, or anything?
Helpless, ridiculous, confined, bobbing like a toy mandarin, you sit like a rat in a trap--you, before whom butlers cringe on solid land--and must squeak
upward through a slit in your peripatetic sarcophagus to make your feeble wishes known.
I've been thinking of that night we had the narrow squeak
," he began.
So much so, that he tried to give the cook some idea of the "narrow squeak
we all had" by saying solemnly, "The old man himself had a dam' poor opinion of our chance.
, without a gesture, without a stir--the horrible squeaky burlesque of professional jealousy--this man of a sinister alliterative nickname, this executioner of revolutionary verdicts, the terrifying N.
They ought to have left before, when we had that narrow squeak
He thought of his childhood, left far far behind-- That blissful and innocent state-- The sound so exactly recalled to his mind A pencil that squeaks
on a slate!
There was a sound of scuffling, broken by squeaks
from Jimmy of the high voice.
After that we had everything of note, the bootblack boy, the toper with bottle, the woolly rabbit that squeaks
when you hold it in your mouth; they all vanished as inexplicably as the lady, but I dared not tell him my suspicions, for he suspected also and his gentle heart would have mourned had I confirmed his fears.