As he came closer to Sheeta he became aware that the panther on his part was stalking game of his own, and even as he realized this fact there came to his nostrils, wafted from his right by a vagrant
breeze, the strong odour of a company of great apes.
As they hung wavering in the opening, the broad strait before them, and their quarry fast diminishing to small specks upon the distant horizon, a vagrant
land breeze suddenly bellied the flapping sail.
To jail with him, for he's a vagrant
, and a jail-bird known; and jail's the only home he's got.
There were days on end when sleek calms ruled the breathless sea, and days when vagrant
wisps of air fanned for several hours from one direction or another.
But when one of the vagrant
impulses of fear, common in that age of perpetual insecurity, moved within me, I was struck with my own loneliness.
Once, when the ketch, swerved by some vagrant
current, came close to the break of the shore-surf, the blacks on board drew toward one another in apprehension akin to that of startled sheep in a fold when a wild woods marauder howls outside.
Then, too, she loved nature, and with generous imagination he changed the scene of their reading - sometimes they read in closed-in valleys with precipitous walls, or in high mountain meadows, and, again, down by the gray sand-dunes with a wreath of billows at their feet, or afar on some volcanic tropic isle where waterfalls descended and became mist, reaching the sea in vapor veils that swayed and shivered to every vagrant
wisp of wind.
The captain paced restlessly up and down, pausing occasionally to survey the vagrant
smoke wisps and to trace them back to the portions of the deck from which they sprang.
opinion without visible means of support.
Unable to give any account of himself he was arrested as a vagrant
and sentenced to imprisonment in the Infants' Sheltering Home--where he was washed.
Over the surface of this second desert the ghostly white figures of vagrant
ducks gleamed at intervals in the mystic light.
Hence the houses of this district, having had a thousand dwellers, should have a thousand tales to tell, mostly dull ones, no doubt; but it would be strange if there could not be found a ghost or two in the wake of all these vagrant