thought Alice, suddenly jumping up, ‘if I don’t make haste I shall have to go back through the Looking-glass, before I’ve seen what the rest of the house is like!
I jumped out again pretty quickly, for the water was almost boiling.
I ought to jump overboard."
Vin followed Camon up the steps, then waited as one of the crewmembers jumped forward to pull the door open for his "master."
Not at all ill pleased at this opportunity to escape from his family's jesting, which, for some indefinable reason, aroused his belligerency, Donald jumped up hastily and departed for the sanctuary of his bedroom, to get the bulky bundle with its mysterious enclosure.
You would have laughed to see him jump aside on the landing as I came tearing after him.
The moment the pots sent forth a dark cloud of pleasant smell, which so surrounded the princess, that neither she nor the horse could be discerned, watching his opportunity, the prince jumped nimbly up behind her, and reaching his hand to the peg, turned it; and just as the horse rose with them into the air, he pronounced these words, which the sultan heard distinctly, "Sultan of Cashmeer, when you would marry princesses who implore your protection, learn first to obtain their consent."
He kept my mind alert and eager, and trained it to reason clearly, and to seek conclusions calmly and logically, instead of jumping wildly into space and arriving nowhere.
"But, in order not to exceed it, you must jump mathematically from the trains upon the steamers, and from the steamers upon the trains again."
In another moment Alice was through the glass, and had jumped lightly down into the Looking-glass room.
He jumped round as my step rung on the keystone, and I saw a pleasant sunburnt boyish face.
She jumped up promptly, and something in her manner reminded me that her position was a dependent one, and that Mrs. Inglethorp, kind as she might be in the main, did not allow her to forget it.
The prince jumped up so furiously that Lebedeff ran towards the door; having gained which strategic position, however, he stopped and looked back to see if he might hope for pardon.
Instead, they jumped violently at the terrific report which seemed to rend the hills; the deafening, cataclysmic peal whose source, be it inner earth or sky, no hearer was ever able to place.
Piles of rubble and destruction blocking the way were easily jumped and climbed over.
Jim warn't on his island, so I tramped off in a hurry for the crick, and crowded through the willows, red-hot to jump aboard and get out of that awful country.
She jumped hurriedly from her perch, tucking the letter into the pocket of her blouse.
He instantly jumped up, and it was not the same man, but another man!
Your mind jumps ahead to conclusions that are erroneous and which were never in the mind of the person giving you the advice.
Softly, softly, dear reader, do not jump at conclusions so readily.
No doubt some half million unsuccessful authors will jump to their feet on the instant and offer their services.
A little while after supper, a large covered-wagon drew up before the door; the night was clear starlight; and Phineas jumped briskly down from his seat to arrange his passengers.
He could cut cunning little baskets out of cherry-stones, could make grotesque faces on hickory-nuts, or odd-jumping figures out of elder-pith, and he was a very Pan in the manufacture of whistles of all sizes and sorts.
She jumped up excitedly and came and stood over me, her features almost fiercely set as she stared down.
He expected her to jump up gaily and unpack the toilet-gear that she had been so anxious about, but as she did not rise he sat down with her in the firelight, the candles on the supper-table being too thin and glimmering to interfere with its glow.
She jumped up joyfully at the hope.
When eventually the lock snapped back and the door swung open, she jumped anxiously to her feet.
Baring his teeth in a smile of triumph that was every bit an animal snarl, and leaping up onto the seat of the pew he was in, he jumped hazardously to the next.
He was constantly to be seen on the Place, jumping round the carts, thrusting his limping foot forwards.
e., for some reason the coachman had turned around, turning the horses in such a way at the same time that the latter jumped sidewise upon the frightened child, and hence the accident.
And one of the robbers saw a gold ring on the finger of the young woman, and as it was difficult to get off, he took an axe and chopped off the finger, which jumped upwards, and then fell behind the great cask on my lap.
In the world of computers particularly, it is practically impossible to EVER stop being a “pioneer,” unless you either drop dead or deliberately jump off the bus.
I took a run, but unfortunately jumpedshort, and found myself just in the middle up to my knees.
There they found a big tree which lay felled on the ground, and close by the trunk something was jumping backwards and forwards in the grass, but they could not make out what it was.
Softly, softly, dear reader, do not jump at conclusions so readily.
He jumps high in the air, cracking his heels together, smites his fists, and wastes his wreath trying to scare somebody.
Presently, seeing two little boys gathering sticks in the wood, Mr. Hodson jumped out of the carriage, at Sir Pitt's order, and rushed upon them with his whip.
Just as Conseil was about to jump ashore, I held him back.
Honestly, sir, I’d rather jump overboard!
The bed-clothes gathered themselves together, leapt up suddenly into a sort of peak, and then jumped headlong over the bottom rail.
BOYLAN: (Jumps surely from the car and calls loudly for all to hear.)
In real life, young fellows seldom jump out of the window just before their weddings, because such a feat, not to speak of its other aspects, must be a decidedly unpleasant mode of escape; and yet there are plenty of bridegrooms, intelligent fellows too, who would be ready to confess themselves Podkoleosins in the depths of their consciousness, just before marriage.
The Goat, mindful only of his thirst, thoughtlessly jumped down, but just as he drank, the Fox informed him of the difficulty they were both in and suggested a scheme for their common escape. “
Any man would have been scared with this great ugly bugaboo whooping and yelling, and jumping backward and forward over his head, and beating him with his own cane."
If they’d told him to jump head foremost from the staircase, he would have done it without thought or hesitation in their service.
Jewels jumped immediately-obviously, without Breath, it was harder for her to notice when people approached her.
he cried, and rapidly jumping up, he drew back, sothat he knocked his back against the wall and stood up against it,stiff and straight.