I dug deeper and scraped
away more moss, till presently I saw.
So she scraped
away harder than ever, and made the hole so large that he could get out.
I've rigged ships, and prospected for gold, and skinned dead bullocks,--and turned my back on more money than the old man would have scraped
in his whole life.
Obviously they have been caused by someone who has very carelessly scraped
round the edges of the sole in order to remove crusted mud from it.
Around its edge were scattered a number of leathern thongs cut from iguanodon hide, and a large collapsed membrane which proved to be the dried and scraped
stomach of one of the great fish lizards from the lake.
Prince had lain there in the ditch since the morning; but the place of the blood-pool was still visible in the middle of the road, though scratched and scraped
over by passing vehicles.
For months I scraped
upon a single link of the massive chain which held me, hoping eventually to wear it through, that I might follow the youth back through the winding tunnels to a point where I could make a break for liberty.
The beast scampered zigzag across the road and the others ran into him; he scraped
Blucher against carts and the corners of houses; the road was fenced in with high stone walls, and the donkey gave him a polishing first on one side and then on the other, but never once took the middle; he finally came to the house he was born in and darted into the parlor, scraping Blucher off at the doorway.
he went on, stooping down to pick up a queerly-shaped bone scraped
at the end into a sharp point, "here is the 'cleft bone' that Silvestra used to draw the map with.
Sometimes a mail steamer would come in, and Captain Nichols, having scraped
acquaintance with the timekeeper, would succeed in getting the pair of them a job as stevedores.
Afterwards, the wall was whitewashed or scraped
down, I know not which, and the inscription disappeared.
Philip was not satisfied with his portrait, and at the end of a sitting he nearly always scraped
out what he had done.