Then a family of six or seven boys sprung up like mushrooms, and flourished surprisingly, poor boys as well as rich, for Mr. Laurence was continually finding some touching case of destitution, and begging the Bhaers to take pity on the child, and he would gladly pay a trifle for its support.
At that instant Holmes sprang like a tiger on to the marksman’s back, and hurled him flat upon his face.
cried he, and sprang up like a madman, and pushed his companion against the tree until it shook.
Between the eleventh and the fifteenth centuries in western Europe, and particularly in France and England, there sprang up like flowers a multitude of very distinctive and beautiful buildings, cathedrals, abbeys, and the like, the Gothic architecture.
The smallest muscle springs forth, hard and tough like a whiplash, says an English painter.
And when the fourth time he sprang at him like a god, then Apollo the Far-darter spake to him with terrible shout: "Think, Tydeides, and shrink, nor desire to match thy spirit with gods; seeing there is no comparison of the race of immortal gods and of men that walk upon the earth."
And Meriones sprang forth instantly, like a vulture, and drew the strong spear from the shoulder of Deiphobos, and fell back among the throng of his comrades.
“The water, thou behold’st, springs not from vein, As stream, that intermittently repairs And spends his pulse of life, but issues forth From fountain, solid, undecaying, sure; And by the will omnific, full supply Feeds whatsoe’er On either side it pours; On this devolv’d with power to take away Remembrance of offence, on that to bring Remembrance back of every good deed done.
and all the rest Took up the song—At the last audit so The blest shall rise, from forth his cavern each Uplifting lightly his new-vested flesh, As, on the sacred litter, at the voice Authoritative of that elder, sprang A hundred ministers and messengers Of life eternal. “
19:092:007 When the wicked spring as the grass, and when all the workers of iniquity do flourish; it is that they shall be destroyed for ever: 19:092:008 But thou, LORD, art most high for evermore.
23:044:003 For I will pour water upon him that is thirsty, and floods upon the dry ground: I will pour my spirit upon thy seed, and my blessing upon thine offspring: 23:044:004 And they shall spring up as among the grass, as willows by the water courses.
You can just see if you look at it sideways where the sharp spring like a viper's tooth emerges as you open it.
But, after all, one of those poor words of mine may spring up in his heart as a good seed some day."
Tess sprang like an elastic ball from his side to her feet, while her face flushed and her eyes shone in the firelight.
Was not Atman in him, did not the pristine source spring from his heart?
Living thoughts spring up like turf under his feet.”
In this way the habit of happy thought may be made to spring up like any other habit.
As Brorson was known as an ardent Pietist, Schraeder's interest in bringing him to Tønder may have originated in a natural wish to secure a congenial co-worker, but it may also have sprung from an acquaintance with his work as a hymnwriter.
In the mid-80s, underground boards sprang up like digital fungi.
Then Hansel sprang like a bird from its cage when the door is opened.
Springing to her accustomed perpendicular like a bowed sapling, and satisfying her, self that nobody was in sight, she seated herself in the manner demanded by the saddle, though hardly expected of the woman, and trotted off in the direction of Tewnell Mill.
Springing like a cat the savage made a swift stab at the breast of his intended victim, who swerved quickly, but not quickly enough, and the blade of the assegai descended, inflicting an ugly wound in the man's side.
Then a tall warrior, springing like a leopard, struck full at his heart with a large, broad-bladed assegai.
From between their stony knees, trees sprang up like jets under fearsome pressure, supporting other trees that supported them in turn.
Woodwork and glass gave way before him; but before he got quite through, Gregson, Lestrade, and Holmes sprang upon him like so many staghounds.
Frank went back to making lunch without any further observations, but Nella could see the sweat spring out on his head like tiny glass beads.
And she sprang as a colt doth in the trave<14>: And with her head she writhed fast away, And said; “I will not kiss thee, by my fay*. *
In a similar manner the physicist says that the board was sprung as a consequence of the uneven tension of the fibers; he adds only later that this resulted from the warmth, which again is the consequence of the direct sunlight that fell on the board.
Phineas went before, springing up the rocks like a goat, with the boy in his arms.
Psychologists had always been wont to build, in what Bleuler calls "autistic ways," that is through methods in no wise supported by evidence, some attractive hypothesis, which sprung from their brain, like Minerva from Jove's brain, fully armed.
The two rays sprang ill arches like two rainbows between me and him.
D’Artagnan thought it would suffice for him, and he sprang forward like a dart between them.
It is, however, not difficult to perceive that the spring is begun.--Thus wishing, as I sincerely do, freedom and happiness to all nations, I close the Second Part.