To turn and fly was now too late; and besides, what chance was there of escaping ghost or goblin, if such it was, which could ride
upon the wings of the wind?
It must be observed that one of Sam's especial delights had been to ride
in attendance on his master to all kinds of political gatherings, where, roosted on some rail fence, or perched aloft in some tree, he would sit watching the orators, with the greatest apparent gusto, and then, descending among the various brethren of his own color, assembled on the same errand, he would edify and delight them with the most ludicrous burlesques and imitations, all delivered with the most imperturbable earnestness and solemnity; and though the auditors immediately about him were generally of his own color, it not unfrequently happened that they were fringed pretty deeply with those of a fairer complexion, who listened, laughing and winking, to Sam's great self-congratulation.
Half of them are about their amusements, the queen and the other half are not sleeping, they ride
As Bees In spring time, when the Sun with Taurus rides
, Poure forth thir populous youth about the Hive In clusters; they among fresh dews and flowers Flie to and fro, or on the smoothed Plank, The suburb of thir Straw-built Cittadel, New rub'd with Baume, expatiate and confer Thir State affairs.
You must see that I cannot stay in Alencon: my mother would beat me, and Madame Lardot rides
a hobby of principles; she'll turn me off.
a bicycle, eats with knife and fork, counts up to ten, and ever so many other wonderful things, and can I go and see it too?
My dear,' said Dick, desperately, 'you do not understand; you do not know what it is to be treated with daily want of comprehension and daily small injustices, through childhood and boyhood and manhood, until you despair of a hearing, until the thing rides
you like a nightmare, until you almost hate the sight of the man you love, and who's your father after all.
Town is very pleasant just now, and we go a great deal to picture-galleries and for walks and rides
in the park.
The avenging fiend, it rides
Upon an atmosphere of death.
Morrel," said Dantes, approaching, "the vessel now rides
at anchor, and I am at your service.
It had now become a weary and almost hopeless task, and had it not been for the threefold motives of honor, friendship and gratitude, implanted in their hearts, our two travelers would have given up many a time their rides
over the sand, their interrogatories of the peasantry and their close inspection of faces.
He passed the gate just before you drove up, and yonder he rides
now, if you can see him through the dusk.