He could not hear the creature's words, nor Thuvia's reply; but it must have angered the green monster, for Carthoris saw him leap
toward the prisoner, striking her a cruel blow across the face with his metal-banded arm.
As with the running mate on the left, she repelled these attentions with her teeth; but when both bestowed their attentions at the same time she was roughly jostled, being compelled, with quick snaps to either side, to drive both lovers away and at the same time to maintain her forward leap
with the pack and see the way of her feet before her.
When he came to his next pause, which was within certain leaping distance, he crouched lower, gathered himself for the leap
, then turned his head to regard the men at his back outside the cage.
There was nothing human in the bestial growls that rumbled up from his deep chest; there was nothing human in the bared fangs, or the catlike leaps
Their terror even prevented them from arousing their fellows--they could only stand in frozen fear and watch for the fearsome apparition they momentarily expected to see leap
from the jungle.
Thank ye," said John, "I think you are quite in the right place, and maybe a little scratching will teach you not to leap
a pony over a gate that is too high for him," and so with that John rode off.
This was the first dog he had seen leap
with bared teeth, undismayed, to grapple with the huge unknown.
Straight away he raced, with Dolly, panting and frothing, one leap
behind; nor could she gain on him, so great was his terror, nor could he leave her, so great was her madness.
Later, when he chanced upon a lone, black warrior wearing the counterpart of it, soft and clinging and beautiful from proper curing, it required but an instant to leap
from above upon the shoulders of the unsuspecting black, sink a keen blade into his heart and possess the rightly preserved hide.
And on my inner vision flashed the memories of my dreams,--the midday sun shining on tall grass, the wild bull grazing quietly, the sudden parting of the grass before the swift rush of the tawny one, his leap
to the bull's back, the crashing and the bellowing, and the crunch crunch of bones; or again, the cool quiet of the water-hole, the wild horse up to his knees and drinking softly, and then the tawny one--always the tawny one