The red eastern sky, the northward blackness, the salt Dead Sea, the stony beach crawling
with these foul, slow-stirring monsters, the uniform poisonous-looking green of the lichenous plants, the thin air that hurts one's lungs: all contributed to an appalling effect.
Accordingly, leaving the bed of the stream at the very point where it thundered down, we began crawling
along one of those sloping ledges until it carried us to within a few feet of another that inclined downwards at a still sharper angle, and upon which, by assisting each other we managed to alight in safety.
Behind her shoulder, crawling
into the hut crawl by crawl, there were two heads, one yellow and one black, that belonged to two of the most sorrowful and ashamed dogs that ever you saw.
One of the two heads crawling
about on the ground now approached.
forward, he fastened the painter to a root.
His flesh was crawling
as it had crawled that night when she clung to him, and his heart was warm with pity.
They were always crawling
and sprawling toward it, and being driven back from it by their mother.
He tried again and again, then contented himself with crawling
about on hands and knees.
Trees, trees, millions of trees, massive, immense, running up high; and at their foot, hugging the bank against the stream, crept the little begrimed steamboat, like a sluggish beetle crawling
on the floor of a lofty portico.
Pinocchio turned and saw a large cricket crawling
slowly up the wall.
That is all, the drunkenness of life, the stirring and crawling
of the yeast, the babbling of the life that is insane with consciousness that it is alive.
There were little go-carts ordered from England, and appliances for learning to walk, and a sofa after the fashion of a billiard table, purposely constructed for crawling
, and swings and baths, all of special pattern, and modern.