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99 adjectives to describe strode

He was just back from Germany and reported Bismarck and the Emperor (I should have said, perhaps, the Emperor and Bismarck) as rather worried over the rapid strides France was making in radicalism.

From this date the business advanced with giant strides.

Turned into the room with short, hasty strides, then back again. Came to confront her.

32 The big man crossed the floor with one vast stride, and, seizing Donnegan by both shoulders, dragged him under the full light of the window; and still the crazy laughter shook Donnegan and made him helpless.

He would be upon her in another half-dozen slow, ponderous strides.

By this time I had found my hill legs, and could keep pace even with the Indian's swift stride.

With organic chemistry, molecular physics, and physiology yet in their infancy, and every day making prodigious strides, I think it would be the height of presumption for any man to say that the conditions under which matter assumes the properties we call "vital" may not, some day, be artificially brought together.

Did you ever think what gigantic strides the world has made within the memory of men now living, and who are yet unwilling to be counted as old?

Without stopping in their steady stride, the Red Sox hung on, waiting for the Callahans to slump.

Bull following with his enormous strides, and, as the floor creaked under him, the eyes of the others jerked after him, stride by stride.

" The little man was struggling and panting sometimes breaking into a trot to keep up with the immense strides of his companion.

Two minutes later Diablo was rocking across the hills with his mighty stride, and the cow pony of Pete Reeve was pattering beside him.

"Come," he ordered, and set out at a sweeping stride.

Peters and Santiago saw him bear to his left from the window; passing diagonally over the Rue de Rivoli and over a corner of the Tuileries gardens; they saw him clear the Louvre, and thence they dumbly watched him still slanting upwards, stepping out with a firmer and more confident stride as he dwindled and dwindled away with his old brown coat.

Kit was walking down the road with swift angry strides.

" The black brows of Mr. Cassilis met in a sudden frown, he tossed his whip aside, and took a sudden quick stride towards the recumbent Bellew with so evident an intention, that Small Porges shrank instinctively further within the encircling arm.

As the sheriff sank obediently to his knees, the wolf slipped up to him with a stealthy stride and stood half crouched, his teeth bared, silent.

While she was in sight he watched her, the figure bending lithe as the rod she held, moving lightly, now a long, now a short step, half kneeling to throw the bait into an eddy; then off again with determined strides to the next likely pool.

It seemed, with a great elastic stride.

Her head down, mane flowing, tail extended, she was covering the ground with tremendous strides.

Dave turned, to behold Mr. Treadwell coming at a fast stride with a scowl on his face.

With stately stride He crossed the level sands and wide, Then on his shield the challenge gave His broad sword thund'ring like a wave For single combat.

The creature takes his haughty stride!'

The loose stride is contracted; the swing of the vigorous shoulders is restrained, and, instead of an honest fellow tramping sturdily after his own fashion through the paths of literature, we are treated to an imitation of Dr. Johnson, done by an illiterate butcher's son.

He would be upon her in another half-dozen slow, ponderous strides.

But in the absence of external dangers corruption, following wealth, was making fearful strides among the people, and impiety was nearly universal.

She saw his stalwart form down through the summer haze, coming with his springy stride through the wheat.

I wonder where Euktemon is to-night, Euktemon with his rough and fitful talk, His moody gesture and defiant stride; How strange, how bleak and unapproachable;

He follows with impatient strides.

He said Mr. Brandon walked with an infallible stride, and that you were the most consecutive of any one he had ever met with.

Shortly after, cane in hand, General Villivicencio moved with an ireful stride up the banquette of Rue Royale.

Great Taylor strode slowly with laborious long strides, her breast rising and falling, her body lengthening against the load, her hands gripping the handle of the cart, freighted with rusty, twisted, and broken things.

From forth the wood into the light, A hunter strides with carol light, And a glance so bold and bright.

He was close behind her, moving with lithe, elastic strides where she had bounded.

Mr. Ewbank, however, does not often indulge in a logical stride so long or on such shaky footing as this.

With that he took me on his back and made off with a lusty stride, keeping as much as possible under the brow of the hill and in the shelter of the walls.

Disengaged from the insects that at first pestered him, he paced up and down the room with a magisterial stride, and flashed an angry glance on every side.

The powerful horses bounded forward into a magnificent stride; general and staff tore on ahead toward the turnpike.

Soon as evening gray Advances slow, besprinkling all around With kind refreshing dews the thirsty glebe, The stately elephant from the close shade With step majestic strides, eager to taste The cooler breeze, that from the sea-beat shore Delightful breathes, or in the limpid stream To lave his panting sides; joyous he scents The rich repast, unweeting of the death 280 That lurks within.

This eland in his lifetime strode majestic on the hill-side, where he dwelt with his mates and their progeny, all English-born, like himself."

Then, after a strong clasp of the hand, he sped away with a long, manful, energetic stride, which made Julius contrast his volunteer courage with the flight of the man who, if not pledged to pastoral care at Wil'sbro', still had priestly vows upon him.

He broke away and strode off up the hillside with his longest, manliest stride.

When at length that strong-minded female strides across the stage, we hail her with rapturous applause, and listen for the strident voice with which the average "Lady Macbeth" reads her husband's letter.

Leaning out, he let the hat drop into Broadway, with his eyes just over the line of the ledge while he watched it fall, dipping and gliding, to the feet of a messenger boy, who picked it up, waved it gleefully aloft before putting it over his cap, and with mock strides of grandeur went his way.

He did the rise over by the chalk-pit crest a little puffilyhe had long since lost the Muscular Christian stride of early days; but Caddles was not at his work, and then, as he skirted the thicket of giant bracken that was beginning to obscure and overshadow the Hanger, he came upon the monster's huge form seated on the hillbrooding as it were upon the world.

The filly moved with quick nervous strides about the corral.

Soon after three o'clock they advanced under heavy fire from guns, machine guns, and rifles, and at a quarter to four a glorious bayonet charge, during which the London boys went through Germans and Turks in one overwhelming stride, sealed the fate of the Turk in Jerusalem.

He bowed himself to the wind again and made for the summit with the peculiar stride which a man must use with snowshoes.

He calls Pembroke this servile cell, Where discipline and dulness dwell, and commiserates a captive eagle as being doomed in the college courts to watch scholastic pride Take his precise, pedantic stride; words which painfully remind us of Gray's reported manner of enjoying a constitutional.

They are beautiful boats of 20,000 and 16,000 tons, a credit to the German shipbuilding industry, which has made such phenomenal strides in recent years.

He calls Pembroke this servile cell, Where discipline and dulness dwell, and commiserates a captive eagle as being doomed in the college courts to watch scholastic pride Take his precise, pedantic stride; words which painfully remind us of Gray's reported manner of enjoying a constitutional.

I'd lost his position for the moment, but I knew that hungry, predatory stride which devoured the yards as if he were a thing of the wind.

The massive strength of the elder with his square, dogged face and purposeful stride; the lithe, muscular power of the younger with his superb carriage and haughty nobility of feature, formed a contrast as complete as it was arresting.

How light our feet were: with what rhythmic strides We left the long blue gulf behind us, sown Far out with snowy sails; and how our hearts Rose with the growth of morning, till we reached That moss-hung fountain on the hillside near Cleonรฆ, where the dark anemones Cover the ground, and make it red like fire.

" With savage strides he was about marching back to the beach, when Mrs. Cliff stopped him.

You, Julian Peveril, yourself know the secret but rapid strides which Rome has made to erect her Dagon of idolatry within our Protestant land.

There is a good deal of dramatic force in the legs of Mr. MONTGOMERY, who plays "Macbeth," much animation in the feathers which Mr. STUDLEY'S "Macduff" wears in his hat, and a foreshadowing of ghostly peculiarities in the solemn stride of Mr. DE VERE'S "Banquo."

She saw a patch of red spring up on his breast, while he lurched forward with long, stiff strides, threw up his hands to the east, and pitched on his face.

He paced back and forth between the two bronze guns with long, straight strides, like a panther in a cage.

Do spirits go in steel, Roger?" said Beltane, stooping for his sword; for indeed, plain and loud upon the prevailing quiet was the ring and clash of heavy armour, what time from the bushes that clothed the steep a tall figure strode, and the moon made a glory in polished shield, it gleamed upon close-vizored helm, it flashed upon brassart, vanbrace and plastron.

With long, slow, thoughtful strides Greatorex returned along the bridle path to his house.

Move to your position with short, quick steps rather than long, tiring strides.

"Th 'peared t' be two," he muttered, placing the prize in one of his pockets; and, with a triumphant stride, made for the half-open hall-door through which the eyes had been watching him.

thou giant, child-led, through the land, Tottering feebly with uncertain stride, With heavy moans along the mountain side, Groping the darkness wildly, staff in hand, Staying, deep-voiced, the quick steps of thy guide; On!

For the rest, he was always swinging down the trail ahead of her at a steady, unchanging, rapid stride.

The hum of their voices ceased while she stood there with her eyes upon them; Del turned her head away with a sudden movement, and the young man left her, apparently without bow or farewell, sprang up the bank at a bound, and crushed the undergrowth with quick, uneasy strides.

After a while a resounding knock was heard on the door, and the Unnamed strode in.

There, it is said, they have made unusual strides forward.

" The girls went towards the village; and Mark, making vigorous strides across the meadow, took a straight line for Banfield's.

" "I certainly admit that the coarser forms of Radicalism have made alarming strides under the influence of our modern civilization.

The more vigorous strode briskly on, elbowing their way, or nimbly skipping into the road to gain advance; yet these also had a fixed gaze, preoccupied or vacant, seldom cheerful.

Rolfe and the girl saw him fling open the door of another rooma bedroomand stride into it.

With his usual brisk stride he walked to Von Taer's offices and was promptly admitted to the broker's sanctum.

Passion for once asserts itself; he starts, And towards the castle strides with rapid steps; "She is my own, Fate sent her here to me; I cannot war against it any more; I will go in and fold her to myself.

He came down the hall with long cautious strides, and halted at each step as if he were stalking a band of Indians in a forest.

Quietly compelling Low to alter his own characteristic Indian stride to keep pace with his, he went on: "I don't mind thaying I rather cottoned to you from the time you acted like a white manno offentheto Teretha.

He did the rise over by the chalk-pit crest a little puffilyhe had long since lost the Muscular Christian stride of early days; but Caddles was not at his work, and then, as he skirted the thicket of giant bracken that was beginning to obscure and overshadow the Hanger, he came upon the monster's huge form seated on the hillbrooding as it were upon the world.

The trail was red now, and the clean stride of the great beast had grown short and slovenly.

Instead of speaking Dan jumped to his feet and commenced pacing up and down, up and down, a rapid, tireless stride; at his heels the wolf slunk, with lowered head and tail.

The gangway still inclined downward towards black vastnesses, towards shadows and mysteries and inconceivable things, into which Redwood went slowly with reluctant footsteps and Cossar with a confident stride.... Redwood's thoughts were busy.

" As this was said, corporal Strides, as the serjeant persisted in terming Joel, on the ground that being but one step higher himself, the overseer could justly claim no rank of greater pretension, approached the captain, taking care to make the military salute which Joyce had never succeeded before in extracting from him, notwithstanding a hundred admonitions on the subject.

He was rather stocky of build, and decidedly short of breath, so that I regulated my customary stride to suit his deliberation.

" Colin went with quick, desperate strides down the field away from the terrifying sound of the tractor.

we are learning it," and he threw out his long stride more emphaticallythe stride of one accustomed to long daily tramps on the hills.

Then, after a strong clasp of the hand, he sped away with a long, manful, energetic stride, which made Julius contrast his volunteer courage with the flight of the man who, if not pledged to pastoral care at Wil'sbro', still had priestly vows upon him.

CHAPTER XII THE COURT MARTIAL OF THE KAISER "'Gee, ain't it fierce, we ain't got no flag to fight this here Revolution with!'" Agony, carrying a baseball bat at "shoulder arms," paced slowly back and forth across the attic in the Wing home with an exaggerated military stride.

A figure appeared in the distance, walking with long familiar strides.

When at length that strong-minded female strides across the stage, we hail her with rapturous applause, and listen for the strident voice with which the average "Lady Macbeth" reads her husband's letter.

On the fierce forced stride to Manassas-plain, Where his sword with thunder was clothed again, Stonewall followed his star.

If the energies now going into business, sport, social events, frivolities, make-believe and the deliberate destruction of waste and war could be directed to planning, utilizing, beautifying on the circumferences and at the centers of population concentrations, immense forward strides could be taken in a single generation.

It seemed to Dan's dim consciousness that some of the spring was gone from that glorious stride which swept on and on with the slightest undulation, like a swallow skimming before the wind; but so long as strength remained he knew that Satan would never falter in his pace.

The battle bleeds, grim Slaughter strides along, Glutting her greedy jaws, grins o'er her prey.

While whole plantations smoke and blaze; And we may now prevent the ruin, Ere lawless force with guilty stride Shall scatter vengeance far and wide With untold crimes their hands imbruing.

She talked in panting little sentences, because Lewisham was walking in heedless big strides.

I'd lost his position for the moment, but I knew that hungry, predatory stride which devoured the yards as if he were a thing of the wind.

Bob was now moving with a long, hurried stride, as though consumed with a fever of desire to get to Beulah Sands.

Admitted to her presence, he found her, as he describes the interview, looking very red, walking up and down the room with impetuous strides, in an agitation which presaged a stormy discussion.

The science of medicine has taken several impressive strides in recent years, but none more suggestive of future possibilities of prolonging human life than the recent work done in preserving man's internal organs and tissues to a life of their own outside the body.

He stepped with an independent stride that was almost a swagger, and already felt himself a successful man; but that one of the tribe of borrowing Passmores should presume to such opulence of charm struck him as well-nigh impudent.