Humble words and increased preparations are signs that the enemy is about to advance
It is five hundred feet from here, in advance
," said D'Artagnan.
Louis, and two grandsons of the celebrated Daniel Boon, set out together, in advance
of Sublette's party, thinking they would make their way through the mountains.
Something must be done at once or they would rush forward upon their fellows in a mad stampede that would result in trampling down hundreds beneath the flood and eventually clogging the passage beyond any hope of retreat for those in advance
You command only my advance
guard, and have no right to arrange an armistice without my order.
Nor did the mighty beast even pause in his steady advance
along the ledge.
Even then Achmet Zek did not advance
, fearful as he was of some such treachery as he himself might have been guilty of under like circumstances; nor were his suspicions groundless, for the Belgian, no sooner had he passed out of the range of the Arab's vision, halted behind the bole of a tree, where he still commanded an unobstructed view of his dead horse and the pouch, and raising his rifle covered the spot where the other's body must appear when he came forward to seize the treasure.
But only for a moment they hesitated, and then with one accord they again took up their fantastic advance
upon their prey; but even then a sudden crashing in the jungle behind them brought them once more to a halt, and as they turned to look in the direction of this new noise there broke upon their startled visions a sight that may well have frozen the blood of braver men than the Wagambi.
Henry, flushing in mortification and anger, rose to advance
upon De Montfort, but suddenly recollecting the power which he represented, he thought better of whatever action he contemplated, and with a haughty sneer turned to his courtiers.
Of course the security which you offer is no security at all, and no sane man would advance
five thousand pennies on it.
The executioner also readily acquiesced in the proposal, making only one condition, -- that of being paid in advance
Sheldon fired his rifle into the air in answer, and in turn proceeded to advance