"Henry," said the other, munching with deliberation the beans he was eating, "did you happen to notice the way them dogs kicked up when I was a-feedin' 'em?"
Poor Hareton was squalling and kicking in his father's arms with all his might, and redoubled his yells when he carried him up-stairs and lifted him over the banister.
and wheedle my father out of all he has: only afterwards show him what you are, imp of Satan.--And take that, I hope he'll kick out your brains!'
The day was warm, and she'd kicked off most of the covers as she'd slept.
In Grafton street Master Dignam saw a red flower in a toff’s mouth and a swell pair of kicks on him and he listening to what the drunk was telling him and grinning all the time.
There was a moment of silence; but at length the two Englishmen felt ashamed to draw back, and the angrier one descended the five or six steps which led to the cellar, and gave a kick against the door enough to split a wall.
When it reared, the master put the spurs to it and made it drop its fore-legs back to earth, whereupon it would begin kicking with its hind-legs.
The migrating buffalo, which seeks new pastures in another latitude, is not extravagant like the cow which kicks over the pail, leaps the cow-yard fence, and runs after her calf, in milking time.
The God King growled, struggling as he kicked at another.
My head feels as if it has been kicked by a horse.”
The boy stopped, kicked about the room, jumped up and down from the window-seat with his knees, and showed every symptom of uneasiness and curiosity.
KITTY: (Hiccups again with a kick of her horsed foot.)
A chair fell on the pavement of the verandah--fell with a crash, as if it had been kicked down.
On its head it had a soft felt hat ... It moved away, drawing its feet against the walls and sometimes giving a kick into a corner.
Mr. Lincoln anticipated the question which was about to be put by the group, and, taking his figure of speech from practices with which they were only too familiar, said: ‘Gentlemen, I entered this colt, but he kicked around so I had to withdraw him.”’
The cabman suddenly whooped and doubled up, kicked under the diaphragm.
And as he went by he gave a kick to Odysseus.
As his aunt, too, made a butt of Briggs, the Captain followed the example, and levelled his jokes at her--jokes about as delicate as a kick from his charger.
My boots did not satisfy me, but by dint of kicking among the stones I reduced them to the granite-like surface which marks a roadmanâs footgear.
I hit something, kicked without aiming, bounced away through swirling mist and startled voices.
Ashok kicked back the bike's stand and revved the engine.
I was thrown from my knees, and kicked across the floor at breakneck speed.
My feet were free and I kicked for all I was worth.