As, since he had been touched by the Giant's ring, he had the power to live in the water as well as on land, he at once dived
into the fountain.
and then it turned and dived
down to the bottom of the pond!
again, and remained a long time beneath the water.
Having so said she dived
under the waves, whereon I turned back to the place where my ships were ranged upon the shore; and my heart was clouded with care as I went along.
He then withdrew, and as he passed into the courtyard he stopped near a lamp and dived
eagerly into the bag of money.
Having deposited their loads upon the broken part, they dived
into the water, and shortly reappeared at the surface.
He paused to look down at Cesar, who, as I have said before, was lying full length face down by the foremast, then stepped over him, and dived
out of my sight under the foresail.
He happened to catch sight of me and dived
, the second ran down on the main-deck shouting some order or other, and the chief mate came to meet me, touching his cap.
If we had been at sea this fellow would have dived
from the ship's side and brought up as many oysters as the whole crew could stomach, even in rough water, for he has dived
beautifully off his chariot on to the ground.
Sometimes the might be seen gliding along just under the surface, without apparently moving hand or foot--then throwing themselves on their sides, they darted through the water, revealing glimpses of their forms, as, in the course of their rapid progress, they shot for an instant partly into the air--at one moment they dived
deep down into the water, and the next they rose bounding to the surface.