Every one knows that by the peculiar cunning of their gills, the finny tribes in general breathe the air which at all times is combined with the element in which they swim, hence, a herring or a cod might live a century, and never once raise
its head above the surface.
But it warn't good judgment, because that was the boot that had a couple of his toes leaking out of the front end of it; so now he raised a howl that fairly made a body's hair raise
, and down he went in the dirt, and rolled there, and held his toes; and the cussing he done then laid over anything he had ever done previous.
I stated before that I didn't know how he gained his money; neither am I aware of the means he took to raise
his mind from the savage ignorance into which it was sunk: but, with your leave, I'll proceed in my own fashion, if you think it will amuse and not weary you.
Well hast thou spoken, Sir Knight, until the God of Jacob shall raise
up for his chosen people a second Gideon, or a new Maccabeus, it ill beseemeth the Jewish damsel to speak of battle or of war.
The she-ass, however, feeling the point more acutely than usual, began cutting such capers, that it flung the lady Dulcinea to the ground; seeing which, Don Quixote ran to raise
her up, and Sancho to fix and girth the pack-saddle, which also had slipped under the ass's belly.
As he raises
his nose toward it, his foot is caught in the trap.
After a time GERALD raises
his mother up, puts his am round her, and leads her from the room.
The West Wind does not say to the seaman, "You shall be blind"; it restricts merely the range of his vision and raises
the dread of land within his breast.
As if defeated in this childish attempt, he now sinks to the earth despondingly, beating his breast in well-acted despair; and then, starting to his feet all at once, and throwing back his head, raises
both hands, like a school-boy about to catch a falling ball.
my spleen more than anything, to have the pretence of being asked, of being given a choice, and at the same time addressed in such a way as to oblige one to do the very thing, whatever it be
Tinsley, bowed down with the laurels of both hemispheres, raises
himself to yet nobler heights in his capacity of a devoted chef.
The last letters pitched on deck wrapped round pieces of coal, and the Gloucester men shouted messages to their wives and womenfolk and owners, while the "We're Here" finished the musical ride through the Fleet, her head-sails quivering like a man's hand when he raises
it to say good-bye.