I stood under an oak tree and watched, but no one came to catch
If I go at once, I shall catch
the down train at our station, and get on to Grailsea.
He rushed round in his night-shirt and woke up all his army and sent them into the jungle to catch
knew that, and every spring would swim from whatever place he happened to be in--would swim like a torpedo-boat straight for Novastoshnah and spend a month fighting with his companions for a good place on the rocks, as close to the sea as possible.
I WILL get some worms and go fishing and catch
a dish of minnows for my dinner," said Mr.
I remember how my head swayed with the seas, and the horizon with the sail above it danced up and down; but I also remember as distinctly that I had a persuasion that I was dead, and that I thought what a jest it was that they should come too late by such a little to catch
me in my body.
It is as if an invisible hand had been stealthily uplifted from the bottom to catch
hold of her keel as it glides through the water.
Oh, Harvey, don't you spile the catch
by lettin' on.
That I may catch
the king's daughter's golden apple.
For example, if he did not catch
any fish at all, then he said he had caught ten fish - you could never catch
less than ten fish by his system; that was the foundation of it.
He had caught the ball too high on the bat, and I just missed the catch
They were the footsteps of a creature who walked upon two legs, and though Tarzan could catch
no scent spoor from that direction he knew that a man was approaching.