1768 collocations for leadest
I led the way, cautiously, for another fifty yards, or so.
Everybody led the same life and we saw each other all day, hunting, riding, driving, in the villas in the afternoon, generally finishing at the Pincio, where there was music.
Toward spring, when the weather is warm during the day and frosty at night, repeated thawing and freezing and new layers of snow render the bridging-masses dense and firm, so that one may safely walk across the streams, or even lead a horse across them without danger of falling through.
Their individual value, as they go out into the world, is to set right values on social customs and decrees; to establish the law of freedom in the home; to lead men and women out of the thraldom of ignorance, vulgarity, hearsay, and "style," into simplicity of living and a sane scale of household expense.
Were we of Virginia destined to fight with such fanatics as had distracted Scotlandfanatics naming the name of God, but leading in our case the armies of hell?
At Barossa his bravery brought him into special notice, and at the San Sebastian he led a storming party, and was twice wounded in doing so.
But the Lord God, Jehovah, the Ancient of Days, encanopied in space and glory, leads onward to the end of years His people in a mighty train, to a rule and kingdom which shall know no end.
By the time these arrived, Sir James Outram had been appointed general of the forces in India; but he generously refused to accept the command till Lucknow had been relieved, saying that, Havelock having made such noble exertions, it was only right he should have the honour of leading the troops till this had been done.
In order to lead the child to the handling of material we give him the ball, the cube and other bodies, the Kindergarten gifts.
"Ah, would to God that on the feast, The Baptist's consecrated day, I might my arms about thee fling And lead thee from thy home away.
" It was Captain Jackman who led the force, and I knew full well that if it was possible to punish the Britishers he was the one above all others to tackle the job, for a braver, more cool-headed man I have never seen.
The few which contain no chlorophyll and are colourless, are unable to extract the carbon which they require from atmospheric carbonic acid, and lead a parasitic existence upon other plants; but it by no means follows, often as the statement has been repeated, that the manufacturing power of plants depends on their chlorophyll, and its interaction with the rays of the sun.
In this, I humored her, to the extent of not attempting to lead the conversation in that direction.
Aha! then did I lead them a right merry dance by moor and moss, by briar and bog, and contrived to slay of them five in all.
RiderI Make a Long RideIndians Attack an Overland Stage CoachWild Bill Leads a Successful Expedition against the IndiansA Grand Jollification at Sweetwater BridgeSlade Kills a Stage DriverThe End of the SpreeA Bear HuntI fall among Horse ThievesMy EscapeI Guide a Party to Capture the Gang.
The engineers reporting that the fortress on El Peñon could not be carried without a loss of one-third the army, Scott decided to move by the south of the lakes; and Worth accordingly advanced, leading the van, as far as San Augustin, nine miles from the city of Mexico.
He led a small band of soldiers down into the Boer country, on the north from Rhodesia, as far as he dared.
Wounded in the breast at the first onset, he still led the charge.
They only examined Mr. Holt's room, being led thither by his pupil, who showed, as the Father had bidden him, the place where the key of his chamber lay, opened the door for the gentlemen, and conducted them into the room.
The first you will notice is that of William II., on horseback, leading an attack; the artist (Keirzer) has produced a first-rate work of both man and horse.
While Antony in his Egyptian palace was neglecting the Parthian War, his rival led his legions in more than one dangerous campaign against the barbarous Dalmatians and Pannonians, who had been for some time infesting the province of Illyricum.
Jack waited until the rest were scattered, and then, leading the boys aside, said, sternly: "Don't you know you can be put in prison for this?
Here I am again, back from the seashore, to find the theatres opening, the war closing, and GREELEY burning to imitate the late French Emperor, by leading the Republican hosts to defeat in the Fall campaign, so as to be in a position to write to the Germanically named HOFFMAN"As
With a huge steak in each hand, the Colonel, beaming, led the procession back to the cabin.
That process, whenever she began to gather the shreds, had led her mind straight to the conviction that Jack's shot had been premeditated, that the chance had been prearranged with the enemies of her brother.