She saw the crowd first (I was in Noureddin's store) and jabbed her way in with her umbrella--she yelled to me and I bucked the line.
The cat bucked its way to the fence.
That evening, during a short break in the firing, he asked me, since he himself could not leave the Command Post, to go round and "buck the men up" and thank them on his behalf for the way in which they had behaved. "
Twenty-four hours later, when trains were limping into terminals hours behind time, when call after call was going forth to summon aid for the stricken systems of Missouri, when double-headers, frost-caked wheels churning uselessly, bucked the drifts in a constantly losing battle; when cattle trains were being cut from the schedules, and every wire was loaded with the messages of frantic officials, someone happened to wonder what that big boob Garrity was doing with his snow ploughs.
"I'll bet he's bucked blizzards aplenty in the last two months.
Bucking the barrier.
"He watched me frying my bacon and he said that the smell was grand; He watched me bucking the stove-wood, but he never lent me a hand, And he played on my concertina the airs of his native land.
If yeh make the plantations yeh'll have to keep eastard and then up the Atchafalaya and buck the main flood water, Tedge!"
You can't buck the Union Jack any more than you could Uncle Sam.
He bucked the lumber trust instead and landed in prison on a trumped-up murder charge.
"It's pretty hard bucking the tide," Westy said.
The sharp left the car, and after a moment one of the confederates came over and took a seat alongside of Desmond, and in a jolly, familiar tone, he said: "You bucked the senator's son down, didn't you?"
Apparently he's been sweating since early childhood to buck the school up.
Most of the fresh oxen which he took in their places were unbroken, and there was a perfect circus before they were packed and marched off; in every direction, said the gleeful narrators, there were bucking oxen and loads strewed on the ground.
I tell you, I don't buck no such luck as yores no longer.
The men gathered in groups; and from time to time, to "buck up" a little, would go off in parties to swallow a glass of sweet brandy.
I shall buck the kickit--I mean kick the bucket if you don't."
For instance, you want to buck up HAIG and the people at the Front.
As it is--he's a youngster, bucking a big game.
Jude, apparently bluffing shamelessly, bucked him up to fifty dollars, and then he allowed himself to be called with a pair of tens against a full house.
Beauty, without having to buck this confounded distrust of beauty.
"'Save John Law,' said I. "'How did you know I was bucking the police department?'
Sunfish'll need room to breathe, once he gets to bucking that current.
"You certainly bucked up that crew to-day, Deacon."
The wickedest pack mule that ever bucked his burden is a pinfeathered turtle-dove compared with an average ox.
I imejutly come to the conclusion, that to successfully buck agin Lager-beer, was full as onhealthy as tryin' to get a seat in H. WARD BEECHER'S church on Sunday mornin's, afore all the Pew-holders had got in.