He had waked as I entered; but, beyond a slight yelp of pleasure, and a soft rapping with his tail, had kept quiet.
"Haven't I got enough on my hands without you yelping at me?" "Just the same" "Jim," called King above the incoherent mouthings, "slip your arm through Summerling's and lead him off with you.
Once only he forgot what was due to his character, and gave a few yelps in holy time.
The capitano began yelping like a cowardly school-boy, who has been well punched by a lesser and more courageous antagonist.
Every half minute, an alternate yelp from my ferocious followers, told me too certain that they were in close pursuit.
Behind him a dog yelped with pain, and above the noise someone shouted: "Here, you kids, let up on that!
Laugh still and follow your courses; doe; let your vices run like your kennels of hounds yelping after you, till they plucke downe the fayrest head in the heard, everlasting bliss.
If slavery be thus fatally contagious, how is it that we hear the loudest yelps for liberty among the drivers of negroes?
Proof of the story seems to me to lie in the fact that at the time of his death wolves prowled and yelped about the camp and two youths were seen riding through the middle of the ramparts.
I used to yelp near his Den about midnight, which was his time of rouzing and seeking after his Prey.
He said no more until we reached the village of Bethany, and drew abreast of Lazarus' reputed tomb, where a pack of scavenger-dogs awoke and yelped around the wheels.
"So you thought you'd yelp on me, did you?"
At almost every cabin a dog ran out to blaspheme at the intruder, but a wave of the man's pistol sent them yelping under the floors again.
" Here Jim Pink yelped into honest laughter at Tump's undoing so that dust got into his nose and mouth and set him sneezing and coughing.
I heard a kind of yelp behind me, and there they were in this canoe affairit wasn't properly a boatand, perhaps, twenty yards from land.
At the first blow he yelped as a little cur does when you tread upon its paw.
Once when a dog eight months old was wandering on the shore, a big crocodile snapped him up, like a hawk seizing a chicken as its prey; he swallowed this miserable dog under the very eyes of all the Spaniards, while the unfortunate animal yelped to his master for help.