hurried


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go along and cook it', and she hurried off, so happy
The name of Biddlebaum he got from a box of goods seen at a freight station as he hurried through an eastern Ohio town.
All doubts as to the intention of Webb now vanished, and an hour or two of hurried footsteps and anxious faces succeeded.
He rose from his seat, and walked to the window, apparently from not knowing what to do; took up a pair of scissors that lay there, and while spoiling both them and their sheath by cutting the latter to pieces as he spoke, said, in a hurried voice,
Lorry saw him, surrounded by all, and in the midst of a line of twenty men long, all linked shoulder to shoulder, and hand to shoulder, hurried out with cries of--"Live the Bastille prisoner
Herbert bent forward to look at me more nearly, as if my reply had been rather more hurried or more eager than he could quite account for.
Hardly had the Prince touched the ground than he felt himself violently seized by an unseen power, and hurried away he knew not whither.
My brother immediately grasped the situation, shouted, and hurried towards the struggle.
Pleasant the sense of being hurried along in swift ease through English scenes, so like those round his own home, only not quite so charming.
The guest heard the sharpening, and hurried down the steps again as fast as he could.
His father, too, was shocked to see him, so reduced was that figure from its former contours by worry and the bad season that Clare had experienced, in the climate to which he had so rashly hurried in his first aversion to the mockery of events at home.
They hurried forward more fierce and vengeful than ever.