For a moment the bull stood bellowing and quivering with pain and rage, its cloven hoofs widespread, its tail lashing viciously from side to side, and then, in a mad orgy of bucking it went careening about the arena in frenzied attempt to unseat its rending rider.
Swinging his bloody horns from side to side the beast cut a wide swath before him straight upward toward our seats.
At the same time the Genoese sailors thrust with their oars against the side of the cog, and a rapidly widening rift appeared between the two vessels.
Alleyne, staggering to the side, was about to hurl himself after him, but Hordle John dragged him back by the girdle.
On arriving towards the end of the second stage in this vertical journey, and shaking the long roots which were round me, to my consternation they snapped off one after another like so many pipe stems, and fell in fragments against the side of the gulf, splashing at last into the waters beneath.
Again and again I tried to reach it, until at length, maddened with the thought of my situation, I swayed myself violently by striking my foot against the side of the rock, and at the instant that I approached the large root caught desperately at it, and transferred myself to it.
For the sun being now got a little into the west, there came a patch of shade on the east side
of our rock, which was the side
sheltered from the soldiers.
He had been thinking what was best to be done, and now he asked the Woodman to chop away the end of the tree that rested on their side
of the ditch.
And in this place one of the two kings of the heathen and five of his earls fell down and died, and many thousands of the heathen side
in the same place.
Almost coincidentally with my first apprehension of the noise, my hand shot out across the boat's side
, and a second later I felt my fingers gripping the gunwale of another craft.
After each repulse, when the old wolf sheered abruptly away from the sharp-toothed object of his desire, he shouldered against a young three-year-old that ran on his blind right side
But those words, spoken close to the Saw-Horse, and being the first sounds he had ever heard, so startled the animal that he made a bound forward and tumbled Tip on one side
and Jack on the other.