A large piece suddenly came off and fell
with a sharp noise that brought his heart into his mouth.
As one after another the treacherous roots yielded to my grasp, and fell
into the torrent, my heart sunk within me.
Some endeavored to fly, but they encountered the third brigade, which barred their passage; others mechanically took aim and attempted to fire their discharged muskets; others fell
instinctively upon their knees.
The spear of Agamemnon caught him on the broad of his back, just as he was turning in flight; it struck him between the shoulders and went right through his chest, and his armour rang rattling round him as he fell
heavily to the ground.
There was no getting around the authorities, so Joe turned, received the whack and fell
I was drenched and terrified, and fell
instantly back into my old position, whereupon the coracle seemed to find her head again and led me as softly as before among the billows.
Right on to the tops of the houses between where he was standing and the Carlton, another aeroplane fell
, smashing the chimneys and the windows and hanging there like a gigantic black bat.
This took a very long time to manage, though Alice held the bag open very carefully, because the Knight was so VERY awkward in putting in the dish: the first two or three times that he tried he fell
in himself instead.
The rainbow tints from the colored suns fell
upon the glass city softly and gave to the buildings many delicate, shifting hues which were very pretty to see.
Why, I wouldn't say anything about it, even if I fell
off the top of the house!' (Which was very likely true.)
All at once, he crushed his torch under his foot, and, without uttering a word, without giving vent to a sigh, he flung himself at full speed, head foremost against the wall, and fell
fainting on the floor.
On the road he met a sparrow that said to him, 'Why are you so sad, my friend?' 'Because,' said the dog, 'I am very very hungry, and have nothing to eat.' 'If that be all,' answered the sparrow, 'come with me into the next town, and I will soon find you plenty of food.' So on they went together into the town: and as they passed by a butcher's shop, the sparrow said to the dog, 'Stand there a little while till I peck you down a piece of meat.' So the sparrow perched upon the shelf: and having first looked carefully about her to see if anyone was watching her, she pecked and scratched at a steak that lay upon the edge of the shelf, till at last down it fell
. Then the dog snapped it up, and scrambled away with it into a corner, where he soon ate it all up.