He offered large discount--he offered a check(Drawn "to bearer") for seven-pounds-ten: But the Bandersnatch merely extended its neck And grabbed
at the Banker again.
Vixen a second time, lifted her out of bed like a rabbit (she hated that and yelled), and, as I had promised, set her out in the verandah with the bats and the moonlight.
at a rope and long iron hook dangling from one of the stays of the mainmast, while Dan pulled down another that ran from something he called a "topping-lift," as Manuel drew alongside in his loaded dory.
Yes," I rejoined, "I can see what force she still has by the way she grabbed
that picture this afternoon.
Its owner grabbed
at its legs, but too late to hold it.
Oh, the fellows evidently grabbed
hold of everything they could get.
Then the Stork with her great claws grabbed
the Scarecrow by the arm and carried him up into the air and back to the bank, where Dorothy and the Lion and the Tin Woodman and Toto were sitting.
at it, and, overbalancing, fell with a splash into the water.
And so at last it did; but my fingers had clutched the coping in time; had grabbed
it even as the insecure pyramid crumbled and left me dangling.
Another minute and he had grabbed
at and caught Sir Henry's outstretched hand, and we had pulled him up high and dry into the tunnel.
There--as though to give my prophecy the weight of his endorsement--he has grabbed
my pen in his chubby fists and with his inkbegrimed little fingers has placed the seal of his tiny finger prints upon the page.
He then suddenly grabbed
at his side-pocket, opened his mouth in alarm, and beat his forehead with his hand.