152 examples of fly by in sentences

" "So the Germans can see us as they fly by, eh?" "They won't see us in the dark," said Frank.

We are late, and the last twenty-seven kilometres fly by in thirty-two minutes!

Doth the hawk fly by thy wisdom?

When he communicated this unwelcome intelligence to Ferangís, she was thrown into the greatest alarm and agitation; but ever fruitful in expedients, suggested the course that it seemed necessary he should instantly adopt, which was to fly by a circuitous route back to Irán.

And the owls, that fly by night, Mock it from the ivied tower, Hooting at the midnight hour Down upon it from the height.

Ah, they don't dream whose eye is on them, they never guess what secrets the telegraph wires tell as the messages fly by, and little know what a report I give to the winds of heaven as I ring out above them morning, noon, and night."

Yes! another six months and Christmas will be here; and, after Christmas is turned, the weeks till February the 12ththe second anniversary of Theophil's coming to New Zionwill fly by in no time.

All the afternoon she watched the Louisiana plantations, lakes, and bayous fly by in sunshine and shadow; or she read a novel of the South as it had been in old days.

So, amid the whirl and roar of winter-life in Washington, when one has no time to read, write, or think, and scarcely time to eat, drink, and sleep, when the days fly by like hours, and the brain reels under the excitement of the protracted debauch, life becomes an intolerable bore.

I'm prepar'd to fly By a new track through ether's wide dominion, To distant spheres of pure activity.

Most of the small birds fly by jerks, rising and falling as they advance.

They fly by too quickly, yet each is loaded with story, incident, or song; and when I consider the world of ideas, images, and impressions that have been crowded upon my mind since I have been here, it seems incredible that I should only have been two days at Abbotsford.

"They fly by night, and assail infants in the nurse's absence.

Maple seeds fly by means of double-winged sails which carry them far afield before they settle.

"Doth the hawk fly by thy wisdom, and stretch her wings toward the south?

He needed to stroll around, to talk with somebody, in order that time might fly by with greater rapidity, beguiling his uneasy wait.

The goats fly by with timid cry, Their realm rashly won; They pausehe still ascends on high They gaze, but he is gone.

R71815, 18Dec50, National Geographic Society (PWH) CAPTAIN FLY BY NIGHT, a photoplay in 5 reels by R-C Pictures Corp. © 24Dec22, L18625.

R64520. Captain Fly by Night.

R71815, 18Dec50, National Geographic Society (PWH) CAPTAIN FLY BY NIGHT, a photoplay in 5 reels by R-C Pictures Corp. © 24Dec22, L18625.

R64520. Captain Fly by Night.

The Swallows' swift flight carries them far and wide, for not only do they make homes all through North America, but they are so sure of wing and confident of outstripping any cannibal birds who might try to chase them, that when they leave us they fly by day and often stop for a little visit in the West Indies on their way to South America.

In one form or another, as the hedges fly by the train windows, the subject is always war.

At this most critical juncture, and when it seemed as if death were inevitable, the martyr received absolution from Father Diez, who witnessed the blood-curdling picture with his heart pierced with grief at the sight of the sufferings of his innocent brother, feeling as must the condemned man preparing for death who sees the hours fly by with vertiginous rapidity.

Do they not fly by night?

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