Up in his room he hugged
me, he was so out of his head for gladness because he was going traveling.
This sort of thing made Emma Jane nervous and fidgety, but she was Rebecca's slave and hugged
her chains, no matter how uncomfortable they made her.
Wragge, with a pile of small parcels hugged
up in her arms, anxiously waiting the issue of the dispute with the cabman in the street.
asked Mrs Cratchit, when she had rallied Bob on his credulity, and Bob had hugged
his daughter to his heart's content.
Without putting down the poker, he now hugged
me again; and I hugged
him; and, both laughing, and both wiping our eyes, we both sat down, and shook hands across the hearth.
At the same time, he hugged
his shuddering body in both his arms - clasping himself, as if to hold himself together - and limped towards the low church wall.
She made no answer, but hugged
her tattered blanket round her, and shifting my grip from her arm, I seized it and rent it, showing her breast and shoulder; then I let her go, laughing, and said:--
He panted up the terrace only to disappear to the head in a wave of monkeys, but he threw himself squarely on his haunches, and, spreading out his forepaws, hugged
as many as he could hold, and then began to hit with a regular bat-bat-bat, like the flipping strokes of a paddle wheel.
Having no desire to awaken their nasty tempers upon such a night as this, where so much depended upon secrecy and dispatch, I hugged
the shadows of the buildings, ready at an instant's warning to leap into the safety of a nearby door or window.
Geeka closer to her breast and doubly regretted the knife that they had taken from her when she was captured by Kovudoo.
He valued himself by the possession of that royal friend, hugged
himself upon the thought, and swam in warm azure; his own defects, like vanquished difficulties, becoming things on which to plume himself.
Their eyes met and filled with tears; at last the mistress opened her arms and the servant threw herself against her breast and they hugged
each other and giving vent to their grief in a kiss which equalised them for a moment.