At nine o'clock he stubbed his toe on a rocky ledge
, and from sheer weariness and weakness staggered and fell.
And then another savage face appeared, and a third and fourth and fifth, craning their necks over the shoulders of their fellows whom they could not pass upon the narrow ledge
He placed it above the mantelpiece, it clattered on the ledge
as his poor hands dropped it, and he staggered towards the bottom of the table, falling into Mildred's chair.
The limb upon which I found myself ascended at a slight angle toward the cliff, and as I followed it I found that it terminated a few feet above a narrow ledge
which protruded from the cliff's face at the entrance to a narrow cave.
He continued up the river for perhaps a mile; and then, crossing over to the left bank, drew his craft up on a low ledge
that lay almost on a level with the water.
But I struggled upward, and at last I reached a ledge
several feet deep and covered with soft green moss, where I could lie unseen, in the most perfect comfort.
Anatole kept on refilling Pierre's glass while explaining that Dolokhov was betting with Stevens, an English naval officer, that he would drink a bottle of rum sitting on the outer ledge
of the third floor window with his legs hanging out.
We have gone through several rounds of purgatory since you left, and I have lately got on to a worse ledge
of it than ever.
Standing on the ledge
he could see trees far away, which were doubtless the Kensington Gardens, and the moment he saw them he entirely forgot that he was now a little boy in a nightgown, and away he flew, right over the houses to the Gardens.
Unmolested I reached the top of the canyon where I found a sheer drop of two or three hundred feet to the bottom of a rocky chasm; but on the left a narrow ledge
rounded the shoulder of the overhanging cliff.
Outside in the garden, with his figure outlined against the luminous square, there stood a man, his back to the road, his two hands upon the window ledge
, and his body rather bent as though he were trying to peep in past the blind.
A few rapid strides, and a little active clambering, soon brought me to the place where she was seated - a narrow ledge
of rock at the very verge of the cliff, which descended with a steep, precipitous slant, quite down to the rocky shore.