References in classic literature ?
You don't seem to understand, my boy," I said tartly, "that had I not dropped that letter, there would never have been a little boy called David A .
So I dropped the letter, as I think I have already mentioned; and that is how it all began.
So he flew off and fetched another acorn and dropped it in, and tried to flirt his eye to the hole quick enough to see what become of it, but he was too late.
He comes a-dropping down, once more, sweating like an ice-pitcher, dropped his acorn in and says,
He stopped shaking his fist very suddenly at that very moment and his jaw actually dropped as he stared over her head at something he saw coming over the grass toward him.
I lent it to that goose of a Katie, because it matched her ribbons, and the careless thing must have dropped it here.
At that moment I noticed that the black I had dropped with my fist was commencing to show signs of returning consciousness.
His bow and arrows lay some distance away where he had dropped them while showing Sabor's hide to his fellow apes, so that he confronted Kerchak now with only his hunting knife and his superior intellect to offset the ferocious strength of his enemy.
The allusion made me spring up; though I dropped again from the pain in my arm.
The rest of the arms and powder we dropped overboard in two fathoms and a half of water, so that we could see the bright steel shining far below us in the sun, on the clean, sandy bottom.
Our new money was not only handsomely circulating, but its language was already glibly in use; that is to say, people had dropped the names of the former moneys, and spoke of things as being worth so many dollars or cents or mills or milrays now.
he murmured hoarsely, but Joe did not hear him, for both alike had dropped fainting on the sand.