Frank, sitting just behind the little girls, heard what they were saying, and pushed
his crutch away from him with an impatient gesture as he watched the active lads going through all sorts of comical gymnastics.
With them he pushed
off; and, after much weary pulling, and many perilous, unsuccessful onsets, he at last succeeded in getting one iron fast.
Tom lay upon a sofa with an eager audi- tory about him and told the history of the wonderful adventure, putting in many striking additions to adorn it withal; and closed with a description of how he left Becky and went on an exploring expedition; how he followed two avenues as far as his kite-line would reach; how he followed a third to the fullest stretch of the kite-line, and was about to turn back when he glimpsed a far-off speck that looked like daylight; dropped the line and groped toward it, pushed
his head and shoulders through a small hole, and saw the broad Mississippi rolling by
She was almost frightened for a moment when she felt that it turned without difficulty and that when she pushed
upon the door itself it slowly and heavily opened.
The heavy sliding door in the opposite wall was pushed
back, and the Arctic atmosphere of Freeze-your-Bones was pouring unhindered into the empty room.
On the broad landing between Miss Havisham's own room and that other room in which the long table was laid out, I saw a garden-chair - a light chair on wheels, that you pushed
, pressed, groped about, but the glass apparently obeyed no one but Erik.
The porters and fellahs rushed down the quay, and a dozen boats pushed
off from the shore to go and meet the steamer.
This led me down to the stream, across which I stepped and pushed
my way up through the undergrowth beyond.
The Editor filled a glass of champagne, and pushed
it towards him.
Exploring, however, one of the side wings of the gallery, after making a sign to Porthos to explore the other, he saw, all at once, at his left, a tub containing an orange tree, which had been pushed
out of its place and in its place an open aperture.
Crooks suddenly broke up his feigned trading establishment, embarked his men and effects, and, after giving the astonished rear-guard of savages a galling and indignant message to take to their countrymen, pushed
down the river with all speed, sparing neither oar nor paddle, day nor night, until fairly beyond the swoop of these river hawks.