No man writhing in pain on the hard-fought field fifteen miles off, where lay, after their struggles, so many of the brave--no man suffered more keenly than this poor harmless victim of the war.
On the landing they were no longer fighting, but amused themselves with stories about women, and in the antechamber, with stories about the court.
how bravely did they fight that their vices might not gain the mastery!
said Rosa, “I saw you hiding something,—I know yer tricks,” and Rosa seized her arm, and tried to force her hand into her bosom, while Topsy, enraged, kicked and fought valiantly for what she considered her rights.
Then both belligerents commenced furiously fighting with their fists.
The more fiercely he fought, the more harshly society handled him, and the only effect of harshness was to make him fiercer.
The Dervishes fought manfully.
He learned how difficult it was to gain a place in the operatic world, how bitterly singers fought each other, how quick the public was to desert a fading star.
This last battle, the battle of Zama (202 B.C.), was fought close to Carthage.
The figures, straining like puny men, fought harder.
When Confucius was surrounded and stopped in P’u, Tsze-chang fought so desperately, that the people of P’u were afraid, and let the Master go, on his swearing that he would not proceed to Wei.’
On every side they were engaged in deadly combat, yet without any noise that I could hear, and human soldiers never fought so resolutely.
Indeed, when Miss Crawley quitted the world, and that money for which all her relatives had been fighting so eagerly was finally left to Pitt, Bute Crawley, who found that only five thousand pounds had been left to him instead of the twenty upon which he calculated, was in such a fury at his disappointment that he vented it in savage abuse upon his nephew; and the quarrel always rankling between them ended in an utter breach of intercourse.
He ran and bounded like a buck, and kept us well in the rear for some time; but at last he got caught in an impenetrable thicket of cane; then he turned to bay, and I tell you he fought the dogs right gallantly.
He has fought successfully two contested elections, and has come out of the ordeal unscathed.
People were fighting savagely for standing-room in the carriages even at two o'clock.
Their herding was still blended with hunting; they fought constantly for their pastures against hostile families.
By 49 B.C. he and Pompey, with their legions, he from the west and Pompey from the east, were fighting openly for predominance in the Roman state.
Too far gone to fight properly, I lashed out like a wild animal.
It really looked as if he had the savage creatures on the run, as he was fighting heroically when last sighted.
So shall the bronze-greaved Achaians be jealous and stir up one to fight singly with goodly Hector."
There stood the goddess and cried shrilly in a great voice and terrible, and mighty strength she set in the heart of each of the Achaians, to war and fight unceasingly.
But the other twain for a while, being within the wall, urged the well-greaved Achaians to fight for the ships; but when they saw the Trojans assailing the wall, while the Danaans cried and turned in flight, then forth rushed the twain, and fought in front of the gates like wild boars that in the mountains abide the assailing crew of men and dogs, and charging on either flank they crush the wood around them, cutting it at the root, and the clatter of their tusks wages loud, till one smite them and take their life away: so clattered the bright bronze on the breasts of the twain, as they were smitten in close fight, for right hardily they fought, trusting to the host above them, and to their own strength.
In September the Battle of the Nations was fought round and about Leipzig, after which the Saxons, who had hitherto followed his star, went over to the allies.
Don Quixote was left with a face as full of holes as a sieve and a nose not in very good condition, and greatly vexed that they did not let him finish the battle he had been so stoutly fighting with that villain of an enchanter.
I went round by the garden, and laid wait for the messenger; who fought valorously to defend his trust, and we spilt the milk between us; but I succeeded in abstracting the epistle; and, threatening serious consequences if he did not look sharp home, I remained under the wall and perused Miss Cathy's affectionate composition.
His face and body were scored by the teeth of many dogs, and he fought as fiercely as ever and more shrewdly.
As to d’Artagnan, he fought purely and simply on the defensive; and when he saw his adversary pretty well fatigued, with a vigorous side thrust sent his sword flying.
The big dogs fought each other indiscriminately; and the little dogs fought among themselves, and filled up their spare time by biting the legs of the big dogs.
He stood it all calmly because of his recent experience with poverty, but he was determined to fight ultimately.
People like myself cannot fight on either side in such a war as this, no matter how much we may instinctively dislike the dictatorship of the mob….
They love to fight mentally, however, and in debates or arguments they also fight to the finish.
For a long time he fought ahead stubbornly, changing his strokes, even swimming on his back.
During the English attack on Copenhagen in 1807, he enrolled in the student's volunteer corps and fought honorably in defense of the city.
This type's chief handicap in all his relations is his tendency to fight too quickly, to say too much when angry, and thus to make enemies.
Physically, she could not fight her way through King Stuppy’s guards.
There had been fighting online and off, through the night, and the Chinese were thronging the streets, running from cops, regrouping.
The dream signifies nothing but this wish of yours to see him again, against which you are fighting inwardly.
There, in the little natural amphitheatre, with only the ancient trees as silent witnesses, was staged again the oft-fought fight between the boxer and the battler, but the decision was not to rest on points.
With the vestiges of the Hsien-pi who followed him, mostly cavalry, he fought his way northward into the old homeland of the Hsien-pi and there, in central Hopei, founded the "Later Yen dynasty" (384-409), himself reigning for twelve years.
All that is recorded about him is that he fought unsuccessfully against the Toba, and that he had the whole of his own family killed out of fear that one of its members might act exactly as he had done.
From that time onwards, all China's wars were fought at so great a distance from China proper that the population was not directly affected.
Eight weeks should be sufficient to evaluate our symptoms and to see if our bodies will be capable of fighting the infection off naturally.
If Ann does have a form of ANDAS, her body’s defenses are unfortunately fighting her brain and not the bacteria.
They had met and fought the Indians ten miles south of Fort Kearney.
And Marfa Petrovna and I scarcely ever fought.
Hence, she fights with all her strength on the side that seems to her to be oppressed and innocently persecuted, irrespective of whether it is Introduction to the Study of Sociology.
We must fight our way onward.
Meantime the colonists fought side by side, receiving some wounds, though happily but trifling.
Once more Napoleon fought brilliantly, but now he fought ineffectually.