The Ghost was going very slowly, and when her stern lifted on a wave and she slipped
forward she pulled the wretch to the surface and gave him a moment in which to breathe; but between each lift the stern fell, and while the bow lazily climbed the next wave the line slacked and he sank beneath.
My body shone so brightly in the sun that I felt very proud of it and it did not matter now if my axe slipped
, for it could not cut me.
The banth slipped
and clutched frantically at the deck.
It was Passepartout himself, who had slipped
upon the pyre in the midst of the smoke and, profiting by the still overhanging darkness, had delivered the young woman from death
At this appeal D'Artagnan drew Kitty quietly away, and slipped
into the chamber.
I turned and saw that she had deliberately slipped
to the ground in the very path of the cruel demons who pursued us, thinking that by lightening the burden of my mount it might thus be enabled to bear me to the safety of the hills.
About a week after this Robert came into the field with a halter, which he slipped
over my head, and led me away.
, fell against him, and knocked him over.
He crept down the bank, watching with all his eyes, slipped
into the water, swam three or four strokes and climbed into the skiff that did "yawl" duty at the boat's stern.
At every jump of the schooner, red-cap slipped
to and fro, but--what was ghastly to behold--neither his attitude nor his fixed teeth-disclosing grin was anyway disturbed by this rough usage.