Eve de Montalais flicked away her cigarette and sat forward, elbows on knees, hands laced, her level gaze holding his.
The school-mistress arose, daintily flicking the crumbs from her white pique skirt.
said he, contemptuously, as he flicked the ashes from his cigarette.
Two or three of our excursionists--men, perhaps, whose minds indulged in dear memories of a brook that babbles by a mill--had fishing-rods with them, and made great ado with scientific lunges and casts, producing much discord, indeed, by flicking away wildly outside their proper sea-limits.
He flicked a thumb westward, and stared at Lanpher with bright eyes.
Further down the Bhendi Bazaar a Deccan Mhar woman comes forward for enlightenment, and the Dula, after repeating the Kalmah, promises that she will become a mother before the year expires; while close to Phulgali a Konkani Musulman woman, who has been possessed for six months by a witch (Dakan), is flicked thrice with the peacock-feather brush and bidden to the Dula's shrine on the following Thursday.
Alethea-Belle stood back, with a curious expression upon her white face; very swiftly she flicked open the lid of the basket.
Suddenly he flicked his tail, And a green-and-copper brightness Ran under the water.
His eyes flicked rapidly from the notes to the controls.
Wind whipped their faces like quick-flicked knives.
But merely flicking the ashes from his cigarette, he glanced round the room without offering the slightest recognition, and then disappeared.
Gloria flicked her horse lightly with her whip and galloped ahead; as King followed he turned in the saddle and looked back toward Honeycutt's cabin.
They stood beneath the dense shade of a splendid kurrajong, and lazily flicked the flies off themselves while Frank Hawden held the reins and waited for me.
Starling, when he thus discoursed, sat chiefly in the little office before the rusty stove, idly flicking his memory with a buggy whip from the rack above his head, where reposed a dozen choice whips soon to become mere museum pieces.
The trout that gambol in the pool She'll wound when she goes past; Then weariness will come upon The fins that flicked so fast; And one by one the lifeless things Will on the stones be cast.
It was dull work, and as McMurtrie made no attempt to enliven it by conversation I was not sorry when he eventually flicked off the switch, and relieved me of my headgear.
Isabelle flicked a wrist dismissively. "
Deliberately Landor removed the stogie from his lips, as deliberately flicked off the loose ash onto the floor at his side, inspected the burning tuck critically.
I blew out the smoke in a grey cloud, and then, raising myself on my elbow carefully flicked the ash off my cigarette.
With a grimace he flicked it off into the darkness beneath.
He floated rather than galloped; his hoofs barely flicked the ground, and it seemed to Jim Perris a shameful thing to smash that mechanism.
The primal beast woke and flicked aside the centuries' work.