'It's Maister Linton I mun spake to,' he answered, waving me disdainfully aside.
The short hairy legs of the insect waved wildly. “
"The city's Idrians are always creating one crisis or another," Hopefinder said, waving his fingers dismissively. "
Jos continued to drink, to make love, and to sing; and, winking and waving his glass gracefully to his audience, challenged all or any to come in and take a share of his punch.
19:089:009 Thou rulest the raging of the sea: when the waves thereof arise, thou stillest them.
He turned away, waving a hand indifferently.
She waved me away impatiently.
Outside, on the terrace, the clustering flowers and long grasses and creepers waved so gently in the light evening air, that the sound of their rustling never reached us.
He will then wave you forward."
My dear girl, don’t wave Fishers aloft like that!”
Tommy waved a menu cheerfully, and succeeded in attracting the other’s attention.
Here and there a gaudy flag waves defiantly.
His many legs, pitifully thin compared with the size of the rest of him, waved about helplessly as he looked.
he waved his hand airily. “
"The young woman Louise saw is just--" Robert waved his hand expressively.
Banners of every hue and shape waved gaily in the breeze, and the sunlight glinted from innumerable spear-points.
Wei-Dong yawned and waved his fist over his mouth weakly.
She was quite pretty, with a complexion whose robust colouring suggested the best of health; and her brown hair, rather abundant and waving naturally, grew low on the forehead in a way that Canon Spratte thought singularly attractive.
The generators of the Heat-Rays waved high, and the hissing beams smote down this way and that.
Again gurgles the mouth of my dying general, he furiously waves with his hand, He gasps through the clot Mind not me--mind--the entrenchments.
But do you reserve especially for yourself and for the soul of man one flag above all the rest, A spiritual woven signal for all nations, emblem of man elate above death, Token of all brave captains and all intrepid sailors and mates, And all that went down doing their duty, Reminiscent of them, twined from all intrepid captains young or old, A pennant universal, subtly waving all time, o'er all brave sailors, All seas, all ships.
The middle-aged woman, scrubbing at his feet, he acknowledged not only by walking around her, but by graciously waving his hand, as much as to say, "Don't move for me."
Wrinkled and thin, but still vigorous, Miss Note waved softly at Helga as their eyes met.
But, Uncle Pumblechook, who was omnipotent in that kitchen, wouldn't hear the word, wouldn't hear of the subject, imperiously waved it all away with his hand, and asked for hot gin and water.
Mr Phadkar followed, smiling softly at the aunties and waving tentatively at Yasmin.
murmured Joseph Poor- grass, waving his hands spasmodically. "
A minute later and she saw his scarlet form disappear amid the ferny thicket, almost in a flash, like a brand swiftly waved.
And yet Mrs. Miller had called him aside and spoken to him as the group of officers and ladies gathered near the Laramie bridge to see the little column start, and Nellie Bayard had looked up wistfully at him as he rode by their party, merely waving his scouting-hat in general salutation.
They paused, and Rose half turned, and slowly waved her hand toward the sea in a reassuring gesture, and Donald whispered, "God bless her.
They compete for his attention,bickering and rudely waving in front of the scenery.
Anne stood and watched Diana out of sight, mournfully waving her hand to the latter whenever she turned to look back.
But such matters as this----" and he waved his white hand again loftily; as though the problem would have baffled the wisdom of the world--any wisdom, indeed, but his.
One Eye, with pointed, interested ears, laughed at her, and beyond, outlined against the white light, she could see the brush of his tail waving good-naturedly.
In the distance, she saw Lightsong wandering by, and she waved to him fondly.
Quickly, child," he said, waving to her. "
Jos, who very likely thought the cheers were for himself, took off his gold-laced cap and waved it majestically to his friends, and they were pulled to shore and landed with great dignity at the pier, whence they proceeded to the Royal George Hotel.
cried the Tiger-lily, waving itself passionately from side to side, and trembling with excitement. ‘
It makes it so cumbersome and dangerous to manage, you never know a moment’s freedom from anxiety and care, never gain a moment’s rest for dreamy laziness—no time to watch the windy shadows skimming lightly o’er the shallows, or the glittering sunbeams flitting in and out among the ripples, or the great trees by the margin looking down at their own image, or the woods all green and golden, or the lilies white and yellow, or the sombre-waving rushes, or the sedges, or the orchis, or the blue forget-me-nots.
on our faces, and our four feet waving madly in the air.
I wave my hand negligently. '
Then, as if distrusting herself, waved her hand kindly. “
I put in my arm—I could put in no more at first—and waved it round and round in ecstasy.
Her face was all red and her hands waved about in the air frantically. “
Modern and personal topics he waved aside quite summarily, whilst regarding antique affairs he soon shewed the plainest boredom.
And suddenly, still without speaking, waved his hand, as thoughnot caring even to be respectful, and with rapid steps walkedtowards the gates away from the hermitage.
Canon Spratte paused in his indignant promenade and waved his hand picturesquely towards the open window.
He waved his hand familiarly and disappeared in search of the handsome widow.
One of these rooms had been turned into a bedroom by Mrs. Mingott when the burden of flesh descended on her, and in the adjoining one she spent her days, enthroned in a large armchair between the open door and window, and perpetually waving a palm-leaf fan which the prodigious projection of her bosom kept so far from the rest of her person that the air it set in motion stirred only the fringe of the anti-macassars on the chair-arms.
"Sure," said Joseph genially waving his hand to the driver to stop.
The two speechless gazers bent themselves down to the earth, as if in prayer, and remained thus a long time, absolutely motionless: the flag continued to wave silently.