They could now fly strongly, though they still kicked far too much; but if they saw a cloud in front of them, the more they tried to avoid it, the more certainly did they bump
Fortunately the shed was low, the grass was thick and the tree broke my fall, but I got a bad bump
and a terrible shaking.
You stood very seriously all together, although it was difficult enough; but I laughed to myself, and then I fell off the table, and got a bump
, which I have still--for it was not right of me to laugh.
It's a hot sport that you can't bump
to the rail anywhere between the Flatirons--see?
In the first place, any reproach would have seemed to be called forth by the danger he had incurred and the bump
that had come up on Levin's forehead.
Why the mosquitoes there bite holes in you--raise bumps
on you as big as eggs.
To scan the lines of his face, or feel the bumps
on the head of this Leviathan; this is a thing which no Physiognomist or Phrenologist has as yet undertaken.
Five minutes afterwards two breathless rabbits came scuttering away down Bull Banks, half carrying half dragging a sack between them, bumpetty bump over the grass.
The Lord never made either year face or head for X What good can your bumps
of ideality, comparison, self-esteem, conscientiousness, do you here?
There was a brief struggle, followed by two heavy bumps
on the floor, and then a rather doleful voice said:
And in the silence that followed, a blue-bottle fly buzzed rowdily against an adjacent window-pane, with occasional loud bumps
against the glass tokening that he too had his tragedy, a prisoner pent by baffling transparency from the bright world that blazed so immediately beyond.
Now for the strength and patience to find sensible traces to fit in with my thinking--and these must come within the circle I have drawn between the two bumps
on my forehead!