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Which preposition to use with  flew

Which preposition to use with flew

They had scarcely left the house before I flew to the garden with a book in my hand, and passing as before to the shrubbery, I buried myself in a close thicket at one end of it.

He was indeed not averse to society, though he had seemed thus to fly from it; and was so great a favourite with his neighbours, that his cell would have been thronged with visitors, but for the difficulty of the approach to it.

We see a great ship swims as well as a small cork; and an eagle flies in the air, as well as a little gnat.

The pieces of lunarium were fastened in like manner to screws, which passed through the top of the machine; so that by turning them in one direction, those metallic pieces would fly into the air with the velocity of a rocket.

Its banner flies over every country and has been carried through tribulation, through sorrow, through danger, and through death to the remotest parts of the yet-known world.

There was no lack of trout, for one rose to the fly at every cast.

A new motor has been harnessed into the service of man, and made to fly with his messages swifter than sound?

Silently flying through the darkened air, swirling, glinting, to their appointed places, they seem to have taken counsel together, saying, "Come, we are feeble; let us help one another.

He, flying on golden plumage throughout his realms, with such swiftness that his passage can hardly be discerned, visits them all in turn, and, bending his strong bow, to the drawn string he fits the arrows forged by me and tempered in the fountains sacred to my divinity.

Jumpin' to my feet I made things fly for a minuit, pilin' up the killed and wounded in a promiscous heap.

First of all he was shot through the right thigh; but though a storm of bullets was flying about, and men falling thick around him, he was up again, and pressed onward only to be again shot down.

Bruce didn't hear the last words, for he was flying out of the door.

A month full of happy days had flown by when Evadne and her father returned one morning from a long tramp in search of specimens.

The horses flew like lightning along the intervening path, and drew up at the door all panting, as if they had run a race.

"One throw more," said Smith, "and I've done;" and he cast his fly across the still water just above the fall.

And false it was, since it always flew before him as he ran, so that although he often seemed to be getting nearer to it he could never quite overtake it.

The K.C.'s stick flew off his arm and bounded half a dozen yards away.

In a few minutes we heard two or three shots in the direction in which our dispatch courier had gone, and soon after we saw him come flying around the bend of the creek, pursued by four or five Indians.

In passing through a narrow gorge, I once drove one ahead of me from rapid to rapid, disturbing him four times in quick succession where he could not very well fly past me on account of the narrowness of the channel.

The youngsters turned and flew down the stairs at break-neck speed, and hardly had they started when the door of the "Main-top" was flung open, and its two occupants rushed down after them.

If thou art my friend do me this service; To-morrow, ere ever the rise of the sun, Fly toward her house; there alight

Pardner, we'll be in Minรณok by supper-ti" The words hadn't left his lips when he saw, a few yards in front of them, a faint cloud of steam rising up from the icethat dim danger-signal that flies above an air-hole.

For a time the possibility of charging into a biplane gives zest to our progress, as we fly along the road which cuts the aerodrome; but, alack!

Not waiting to see if he recovered, I turned Brigham, and in a moment we were again fairly flying towards our destination; we had urgent business about that time, and were in a hurry to get there.

We turned our horses and ran, the bullets flying after us thick and fastmy whip being shot from my hand and daylight being put through the crown of my hat.

In case his readers should not be familiar with the animal, the accompanying drawing will give an admirable idea of the celebrated black-fly of the Adirondacks, which, with the grizzly bear and the rattlesnake, occupies the front rank among American ferocious animals.

They laugh and sing while they make the shavings fly under the plane and the saw.

They will fly as frightened from his approach, unless, possibly, in the intense cold and desolation of winter, when driven together and rendered desperate by hunger, they might be emboldened by starvation to attack a man, but even this is among the apocryphal legends of the wilderness.

To fly against vice is merely to invite enmity and opposition.

"How can they fly without gas?" "Well, they're coming, all the same," declared Jack.

Jetson went down, one of his legs flying between Darrin's in such a way as to constitute a foul.

With reading foolish Books, Lucian's Dialogue of the Lofty Traveller, who flew up to the Moon, and thence to Heaven; an heroick Business, call'd

More serious annoyance was caused by the pium and boroshuda flies during the hours of daylight, and by the polvora, the sand-flies, after dark.

Meanwhile some crows came flying near the young blind girl, and one said to her: "Some merchants are on the point of passing this way.

Flew over the [fields] thirty thousand shields, and smote on Colgrim's knights, so that the earth shook again.

They did not stop until they were within their camp, and some even were not ashamed to fly beyond it.

Yes, no one better able to send such foes flying than Yagorsha of Pymeut.

On a certain time there appeared to me an angel flying beneath the eastern heaven, with a trumpet in his hand, which he held to his mouth, and sounded towards the north, the west, and the south.

"Hain't never been no fly inside it, neither, I warrant yer.

Besides that, you seem to have forgotten that the American flag never flies below any other flag on God's green earth!"

{179} In a little time the earth was invisible, and the moon appeared very small; and now, leaving the sun on my right hand, I flew amongst the stars, and on the third day reached my journey's end.

In a flash she had crossed the wide hallwhich was as it happened empty, although she would not have slackened her pace for all the assembled companyand was darting arrow-like up the stairs, her torn scarf flying behind her like a banner.

But three or four days later the smell of the lost limb came drifting down a ravine above their guns, and following the scent, they found it, black with flies among the stones.

And beholding their might and confident bearing, Beltane clenched nervous hands and his mouth grew hard and grim, so turned he from this formidable host to where, just beyond the woods, his father's banner flew beside the leopards of Mortain.

Court heard she flew onto the van's windshield before falling down in front of the car and being run over.

As I was one day flying amidst a fleet of English Ships, I observed a huge Sea-Gull whetting his Bill and hovering just over my Head: Upon my dipping into the Water to avoid him, I fell into the Mouth of a monstrous Shark that swallow'd me down in an instant.

The rival flags were kept flying until the close of the war of 1812.

The Nephelocentaurs, who are mercenaries in the service of Phaeton, saw us and flew aboard our ship, but, recollecting that we were included into the treaty, soon departed; the Hippogypi likewise took their leave of us.

The flag flies outside the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh.

Their sheer numbers and the presence of some flies throughout the year make them important pollinators for many plants.

The lovely huntress, rising from the grass, With downcast eyes, and with a blushing face By shame confounded, and by fear dismay'd, 60 Flew from the covert of the guilty shade, And almost, in the tumult of her mind, Left her forgotten bow and shafts behind.

If I take the wings of the morning and fly unto the uttermost parts of the earth, there will Albums be.

There Shakespeare's self, with every garland crowned, [Flew to those fairy climes his fancy sheen!]

Wherever a bee might fly within the bounds of this virgin wildernessthrough the redwood forests, along the banks of the rivers, along the bluffs and headlands fronting the sea, over valley and plain, park and grove, and deep, leafy glen, or far up the piny slopes of the mountainsthroughout every belt and section of climate up to the timber line, bee-flowers bloomed in lavish, abundance.

Notwithstanding the stones which were flying round him, Barnabas stood at the window dashing heavy iron masses, and killing two or three men every time.

The sticky stigma on another flower catches the pollen when the bee lands or flies nearby it.

The dinner hour flew by all too quickly.

" Cautious the counsel, but Icarus flouted it, Flew in the face of his father and scouted it.

New to our logo is the flag that now proudly flies atop our name.

The plane had flown via Sao Paulo in Brazil to Argentina.

Illustrate by original sentences the proper use of the past indicative and the past participle of each of the following verbs, thus: A swallow FLEW into my room, but before I recovered from my surprise it had FLOWN out again.

Starting Monday May 4, travelers will see changes when flying due to the widespread coronavirus concerns in airports and on planes.

I yearn for the day when the obdurate doctors will permit me to fly againfor France....