The giant's face was getting red, and his breath came snorting
forth like a bull's.
What sharp hissing, and what snorting
peculiar to these enraged animals
Gladly availing himself of this opportunity, the coachman leaped from his box; but Ali had promptly seized the nostrils of the second horse, and held them in his iron grasp, till the beast, snorting
with pain, sunk beside his companion.
The Governor, and the gentlemen of his party, perceiving themselves brought to an unexpected stand, rode hastily forward, as if they would have pressed their snorting
and affrighted horses right against the hoary apparition.
Too much frightened to run away, she stood straining her eyes into this wonderful cavity, and soon saw a team of four sable horses, snorting
smoke out of their nostrils, and tearing their way out of the earth with a splendid golden chariot whirling at their heels.
The horse, instinctively sagacious in avoiding danger, shrinks back in alarm from the least of these chasms, pricking up his ears, snorting
and pawing, until permitted to turn away.
Hard by the Myrmidons held his snorting
steeds, who were wild with panic at finding themselves deserted by their lords.
Both the animals stood shaking in every joint with terror, and snorting
At one place the shores seemed absolutely lined with buffaloes; many were making their way across the stream, snorting
, and blowing, and floundering.
A thin, high Kathiawar mare, with eyes and nostrils aflame, rocketed out of the jam, snorting
and wincing as her rider bent her across the road in chase of a shouting man.
One could hear the scuffling, snorting
pig asking for more room; the buffaloes grunting among themselves as they lurched out across the sand-bars, and the deer telling pitiful stories of their long foot-sore wanderings in quest of food.
A steam ferry boat, the last improvement on this important route, lay at the river side, puffing, snorting
, and emitting all those other disagreeable utterances which betoken the departure to be immediate.