133 words to describe  chase

133 words to describe chase

If there are such things as feather weights, why on earth don't the managers of Jerome Park races stuff the steeple-chase jockeys with them, to prevent them from being injured by such accidents as happened there on the opening day of the Autumn meeting?

At my request and with father's consent, he took me with him, and many a wild and perilous chase he led me over the prairie.

Now commenced another stern chase.

We charged down upon the buffaloes, at full gallop, and just then the other party emerged from their concealment and witnessed the exciting chase.

At least, Mr. Heatherbloom so concluded, because one did not appear in hot chase behind them.

It was a short, sharp chase to catch the lever operating the emergency brake,which luckily operated by being pushed forward from the seat,a pull on the lever and the machine was brought to a stop with the rear wheels hanging over the edge of a gulley** at the side.

And even to us, who never chased the fox nor ever crossed a thoroughbred, this portion of the work is not without a certain interest; for we take a species of pleasure in hearing or learning the technical terms of any art, trade, or pursuit whatsoever, and not often to American eyes comes the chance of becoming acquainted with the huntsman, the whipper-in, the ride to cover, and the eager, toilsome, dangerous chase.

While, of course, the mountain lions cannot overtake the sheep in fair chase, they lie in wait for them among the rocks, killing many, because the sheep range on ground suitable for the lions to stalk them on; that is to say, among the rocks on steep mountain sides, or at the edges of canyons.

I led my pursuers a lively chase for four or five miles; finally, when they saw they could not catch me, they returned to their camp.

Two or three men will go hunting twenty miles from camp; and last night two of our men lay out in the wilderness rather than ride their horses after a hard chase.

In that wild environment, obsessed by the desire to capture those beautiful cats alive, the fateful ending of the successful chase was felt out of all proportion.

The instant that he felt the light pressure on his temples, all his fears vanished; and he followed his guide, conversing pleasantly through wide avenues and over broad glades of fresh turf, which seemed to be laid out like a royal chase, till they came to a wall of rock resembling the Hahnen Klippers, and entering through an arch, a grey moss-covered tower arose in the distance.

No favoured eye was e'er allowed to gaze 300 On lovelier spectacle in faery days; When gentle Spirits urged a sportive chase, Brushing with lucid wands the water's face;

Beyond the lake lay an extensive chase, full of red-deer, fallow-deer, roes, and every species of game, and abounding with lofty trees, from among which the extended front and massive towers of the castle were seen to rise in majesty and beauty.

And off they set, in double chase, For such was fortune's whim, The Farmer rode to hunt the stag, And Huggins hunted him.

A participant in the feat, in his narrative of the affair, published in "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War," by the Century Company, says: "Thus we sped on, mile after mile, in this fearful chase, around curves and past stations in seemingly endless perspective.

Police sent four teams and upon interception, the man tried to escape, but was caught after a brief filmy chase of 2 kilometers.

When the grim lion urged his cruel chase, When the stern panther sought his midnight prey; What fate reserved me for this Christian race?

The heavily throbbing heart, the aching limbs, the dizzy sight, and parched throat, told him how much this desperate chase had cost him.

Then came a numbing fear that Beauregard's bragging host had fled, and that the movement would turn out a tedious stern chase to Richmond.

Nevertheless, when she at length found courage to swing and dart away through the door, Victor flung three curt words to the fellow at his feet, who grunted, rose, and glided from the room in close chase.

Choruses receive the additional charm of variety from each vocalist giving his tongue "universal suffrage" as to power, matter, and melody; everybody evinces a happy independence, and if, as the chorus is beginning, an unlucky wight finds his cigar just going out, he takes a few puffs to save the precious fire, and then starts off Derby pace to catch up his vocal colleagues, blending ten notes into one in his frantic chase.

The sign of a deer caught his eye and hurried him on into a futile chase, from which he returned in the early dark of the evening.

And even to us, who never chased the fox nor ever crossed a thoroughbred, this portion of the work is not without a certain interest; for we take a species of pleasure in hearing or learning the technical terms of any art, trade, or pursuit whatsoever, and not often to American eyes comes the chance of becoming acquainted with the huntsman, the whipper-in, the ride to cover, and the eager, toilsome, dangerous chase.

The faithful flock some living guide should want, 390 Your arguments an endless chase pursue; Produce this vaunted leader to our view, This mighty Moses of the chosen crew.

It was always going to be a tricky chase.

It was a short, sharp chase to catch the lever operating the emergency brake,which luckily operated by being pushed forward from the seat,a pull on the lever and the machine was brought to a stop with the rear wheels hanging over the edge of a gulley** at the side.

Ocean, boiling to its base, Scatters wide its wave of foam; Screaming, as in fleetest chase, Sea-birds seek their island home.

"O, I am out of breath in this fond chase!

I think I would rather he were in his lugger again, to run the chances of that fourth chase of which you seem to think so lightly.

But it eluded him; and he lay down from his giddy chase, tired and unsatisfied, yet still anticipating that the morning would reveal all.

The public, because of the repeated failures, had come to look upon the cable project as a sort of gigantic wild-goose chase.

The ducks must leave, and Caesar should nevermore behold a glorious chase.

At Doncaster the best bet is in the 2m handicap chase at 2.25.

This a more innocent, and happy chase, Than when of old, but in the selfsame place, Fair Liberty pursued, and meant a prey To lawless power, here turn'd, and stood at bay; When in that remedy all hope was placed Which was, or should have been at least, the last.

On the other hand, the chase, even more hardy than the cruiser, did not wait for the end of the squall; but, profiting by the notice given by the latter, the 'Skimmer of the Seas' began to sway his yards aloft, while the sea was still white with foam.

Yes, that heartless chase Of trivial pleasures was a poor exchange For books and nature at that early age.

This is a hilarious chase movie in which a corrupt Indian chief (Gordon Tootoosis) and a carnival cowboy (David Hasselhoff) have to work together despite their differences to get back the money stolen from the reserve’s casino.

As O'Flynn, back from his chase, hoarse and puffing, stopped suddenly: "Be the Siven!

These fly-aways, Captain Ludlow, give us seamen many sleepless nights and idle chases.

For half an hour the killing pace continued, and then, as there was not a sign of immediate chase, the lone riders drew down to a soberer pace.

They were swift dogs of chase, impetuous and dangerous, but did not yet deserve to be called blood-hounds.

For the longest time, many fans felt like wish 15 was 7th chest from the Vault of Glass, an impossible chase to uncover a supposed secret.

An incredible run chase.

The population had become so reduced as early as 1508 that they were obliged to organize great Indian chases on the main-land, and a Coolie trade sprang up in the Lucayan Islands, to keep the Haytian mines and plantations supplied with hands.

With crowds attended of your ancient race, 50 You seek the champion sports, or sylvan chase: With well-breath'd beagles you surround the wood, Even then, industrious of the common good: And often have you brought the wily fox To suffer for the firstlings of the flocks; Chased even amid the folds; and made to bleed,

All the following day the ineffectual chase continued, the Protector outsailing its own consorts, and losing sight altogether of its Mahratta allies.

This infernal chase after excitementit's like a spreading fever.

This a more innocent, and happy chase, Than when of old, but in the selfsame place, Fair Liberty pursued, and meant a prey To lawless power, here turn'd, and stood at bay; When in that remedy all hope was placed Which was, or should have been at least, the last.

Go, said the king, and to your master say, Richard is come to call him to the court, And with his kingly presence chase the clouds Of grief and sorrow, that in misty shades Have veil'd the honour of Earl Huntington.