As we talked, we neared a door that opened on the road; and my young lady, lightening into sunshine again, climbed up and seated herself on the top of the wall, reaching over to gather some hips that bloomed scarlet on the summit branches of the wild-rose trees shadowing the highway side: the lower fruit had disappeared, but only birds could touch the upper, except from Cathy's present station.
'Climb to that hillock, pass that bank, and by the time you reach the other side I shall have raised the birds.'
It was dug on a green slope in a corner of the kirk-yard, where the wall is so low that heath and bilberry-plants have climbed over it from the moor; and peat-mould almost buries it.
Ever since she'd grown daring enough to climb into the bed the previous week, she'd slept comfortable and warm each night.
Jim, you mustn’t climb on that table,—no, no!—You don’t know, my dear, what a surprise it is to us all, to see you here tonight!”
A moment later, did it again, climbing onto the third floor.
Several other serving women-these ones wearing brown-were climbing down into the tub, fully clothed, holding brushes and soap.
And she is all the time trying to climb through.
Tommy Caffrey scrambles to a gaslamp and, clasping, climbs in spasms.
Climb aboard the lugger.
Also, he does not climb well now; he climbs with caution and hesitation.
After that, she climbed out, and several women finally approached with fluffy towels.
I will climb for you, as one of the stand-ins that even the cruelty of the High One allows for a Poolytuck.
Clothed in his impermeable jacket, he could easily reach the bottom of the well in Granite House, and climbing by the projections of the rock to its mouth, he heard the colonists talk of their past and discuss their present and future.
People who ridicule etiquette as a mass of trivial and arbitrary conventions, "extremely troublesome to those who practise them and insupportable to everybody else," seem to forget the long, slow progress of social intercourse in the upward climb of man from the primeval state.
They were trained to climb from birth and were on the stairs to Maev Astuté throughout their lives.
The great waters played; and poles were put up in the park and gardens for the happy peasantry, which they might climb at their leisure, carrying off watches, silver forks, prize sausages hung with pink ribbon, &c., at the top.
However, he took a great deal of punishment during his unsuccessful climb toward the lightweight title, and his brain has been slowed down to the point where it sometimes comes to a complete halt.
As soon as the sun had climbed above our girdle of trees, it fell with all its force upon the clearing and drank up the vapours at a draught.
said Fearenside, climbing off the waggon with his whip in his hand, while the dog watched him through the wheel.
You will be the one-hundredth of an unbroken line in our clan to make the sacred climb without a death on the stairs.
Some are differentiating in one direction, and some in another, some are perfecting themselves as herbivorous quadrupeds, some leap and climb among the trees, some turn back to the water to swim, but all types are unconsciously exploiting and developing the brain which is the instrument of this new power of acquisition and educability.
The only way through is to climb across the valley in the canopy of the trees!”
I’d love to help you climb around to all sorts of incredibly dangerous places where I could easily fall to my death, but I really want to get out of here...Which is exactly why I’ve decided to come with you!
I can’t wait to see how agile a big, pot-bellied Wood Cow is climbing after bees and itsy-bitsy bird eggs!
On the left the 21st Lancers, with a single squadron thrown out in advance, were halted watching their patrols, who climbed about Surgham Hill, stretched forward beyond it, or perched, as we did, on the ridge.
In summer Miss Catherine delighted to climb along these trunks, and sit in the branches, swinging twenty feet above the ground; and I, pleased with her agility and her light, childish heart, still considered it proper to scold every time I caught her at such an elevation, but so that she knew there was no necessity for descending.