Lead thy men down, as if to a sally; throw the postern-gate open There are but two men who occupy the float
, fling them into the moat, and push across for the barbican.
There was a bite almost directly; the float
gave a tremendous bobbit!
The memory of her forest dream had never passed away, and through trial and temptation she had been true, and kept her resolution still unbroken; seldom now did the warning bell sound in her ear, and seldom did the flower's fragrance cease to float
about her, or the fairy light to brighten all whereon it fell.
Sometimes they would float
all night with the current; one keeping watch and steering while the rest slept.
The flatness of the walls surrounding the dark pool on which they float
brings out wonderfully the flowing grace of the lines on which a ship's hull is built.
But in all this country there is no gas to fill the balloon with, to make it float
If I capsized now, well, we might go to the bottom together; otherwise the hen-coop and I should not part company in a hurry; and I thought, I felt, that she would float
The capacity of this interior balloon was only sixty-seven thousand cubic feet: it was to float
in the fluid surrounding it.
But we didn't tumble to the roof," said the girl; "by the time we reached here we were floating very slowly, and I'm almost sure we could float
down to the street without getting hurt.
They had floated
several miles down the stream and were enjoying the ride when suddenly the raft slowed up, stopped short, and then began to float
back the way it had come.
Perry wanted me to get in and break some-thing over the bow as she floated
out upon the bosom of the river, but I told him that I should feel safer on dry land until I saw which side up the Sari would float
Usually, soap-bubbles are frail and burst easily, lasting only a few moments as they float
in the air; but the Wizard added a sort of glue to his soapsuds, which made his bubbles tough; and, as the glue dried rapidly when exposed to the air, the Wizard's bubbles were strong enough to float
for hours without breaking.