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Once a kite, hovering over the garden, made a stoop at me, and if I had not resolutely drawn my hanger, and run under a thick espalier, he would have certainly carried me away in his talons.
He had to stoop his head to catch her stifled whisper: "Where'd I go, if I did?
He dogged his master's heels whenever he left the cabin, and haunted the front stoop when he remained inside.
Sometimes she had no work at night, and then she would sit on the steps of the high stoop with the other roomers.
Parker's stoop at the hour when she always returned from her dinner at the restaurant.
Oh, when shall I arrive again at my home, where I shall no longer have to stoop--shall no longer have to stoop BEFORE THE SMALL ONES
It's not set right; handle's too high; see how he has to stoop to it," said one.
On the stoop of the house on the other side, Saxon had noted Mercedes, in the height of the beating up, looking on with a queer smile.
When they gossiped in the evenings, over front gates and on door stoops, their voices were subdued and less of laughter rang out.
Goldsmith tells us, that when lovely woman stoops to folly, she has nothing to do but to die; and when she stoops to be disagreeable, it is equally to be recommended as a clearer of illfame.
It's because he's wearing the Tried and Proven, and he knows that however far he stoops they won't break.
She went on to create her own series, Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf, interviewing celebrities on the stoop of her Brooklyn brownstone.