Before that he had recoiled automatically from hurt, as he had crawled
automatically toward the light.
After I had signified my assent, Toby, without uttering a a single word, crawled
along the dripping ledge until he gained a point from whence he could just reach one of the largest of the pendant roots; he shook it--it quivered in his grasp, and when he let it go it twanged in the air like a strong, wire sharply struck.
They're dying rats, dying of starvation, when they crawl
along that rope.
up a small knoll and surveyed the prospect.
At length Monsieur Thuran crawled
to where Clayton lay.
The little man crawled
about in the hay-loft, and at last found a snug place to finish his night's rest in; so he laid himself down, meaning to sleep till daylight, and then find his way home to his father and mother.
Instantly I began to extricate myself and crawl
back again, with what speed and silence I could manage, to the more open portion of the wood.
One day I crawled
near to a country school house, and my curiosity being excited by the monotonous hum of the students within, I made bold to enter and creep along a crack between two boards until I reached the far end, where, in front of a hearth of glowing embers, sat the master at his desk.
WHO is the shepherd into whose throat the serpent thus crawled
? WHO is the man into whose throat all the heaviest and blackest will thus crawl
Her blade sank once more into naked flesh and once more a head rolled free and crawled
George's whale might have crawled
up out of the sea on the beach; and considering that the animal ridden by St.
I had built a little shelter of rocks and brush where I might crawl
in and sleep out of the perpetual light and heat of the noonday sun.