he cried, and his eyes were as big
as the wolf's in Red Riding-Hood, when Red Riding-Hood felt called upon to remark on them.
It was a large garden, only half cultivated, with bushes, as big
as summer-houses, of Marshal Niel roses, lime and orange trees, clumps of bamboos, and thickets of high grass.
Farewell,' said Little Klaus; and away he went with his money and the big
chest, wherein sat the sexton.
Here he saw a method of revenging himself upon his hated Bwana and at the same time of escaping the wrath of the Big
Bwana whom all were positive would first follow after the northerly safari.
According to some historians, the Pygmies used to go to the battle, mounted on the backs of goats and rams; but such animals as these must have been far too big
for Pygmies to ride upon; so that, I rather suppose, they rode on squirrel-back, or rabbit-back, or redbook, or perhaps got upon hedgehogs, whose prickly quills would be very terrible to the enemy.
Turning to Captain Bonneville, he pointed to a hill hard by, and informed him, that behind it was a village governed by a little chief, whom he had notified of the approach of the bald-headed chief, and a party of the Big
Hearts of the East, and that he was prepared to receive them in becoming style.
An' see that big
one with a patch in her foresail an' a new jib?
He is an exceedingly puffy little old gentleman, with big
circular eyes and a huge double chin.
The Lion went back a third time and got the Tin Woodman, and then they all sat down for a few moments to give the beast a chance to rest, for his great leaps had made his breath short, and he panted like a big
dog that has been running too long.
Then Clever Elsie began to weep and said: 'If I get Hans, and we have a child, and he grows big
, and we send him into the cellar here to draw beer, then the pick-axe will fall on his head and kill him.
It is a big
pile now that I have got it--I don't yet know how big
--but I do not think I would go through the last fifteen or sixteen months again for it; no, not if I knew that I should come out safe at the end, pile and all.
The Gardens are a tremendous big
place, with millions and hundreds of trees, and first you come to the Figs, but you scorn to loiter there, for the Figs is the resort of superior little persons, who are forbidden to mix with the commonalty, and is so named, according to legend, because they dress in full fig.