There seemed to be a slight hint of inquiry about it, and a sudden impulse seized
As he spoke he seized
me violently by the arm; the roof of the palace opened to make way for us, and we mounted up so high into the air that the earth looked like a little cloud.
Iwanich, who felt sorry for the poor creature, seized
it in his arms and flung it into the stream.
Robin slowly rallied and seized
his comrade's outstretched arm.
Near one o'clock in the morning, I was seized
with dreadful fatigue.
The pickaxe that had seemed so heavy, was now like a feather in his grasp; he seized
it, and attacked the wall.
So David, with a promptitude equal to the occasion, drew out his box of yellow lozenges, lifted the lid, and performed a pantomime with his mouth and fingers, which was meant to imply that he was delighted to see his dear brother Jacob, and seized
the opportunity of making him a small present, which he would find particularly agreeable to the taste.
Our rowers got out their knives and held them ready between their teeth, and I seized
Then the youth seized
the axe, split the anvil with one blow, and in it caught the old man's beard.
The crowd of blacks, when they saw the balloon over their heads, like a huge comet with a train of dazzling light, were seized
with a terror that may be readily imagined.
by an intolerable boredom, he had determined to be a painter merely to break with irksome ties, it would have been comprehensible, and commonplace; but commonplace is precisely what I felt he was not.
his bald head by its remnant of hair and tried to thrust aside his kisses as though they had been bites.