That's the very thing," said Sancho; "and if it was not that we should feel the want of Rocinante on the road, it would be as well to leave him hung
La Ramee knelt down and made a hole in the floor; meanwhile the duke hung
the crawfish up by a thread.
From where I hung
a few feet above the road I could see along the highway a few hundred yards to where it turned toward the east, and just as I had about given up all hope of escaping the perilous position in which I now was I saw a red warrior come into view from around the bend.
Listen," said he to Gringoire, fondling his misshapen chin with his horny hand; "I don't see why you should not be hung
that is possible," replied the Seigneur de Pierrefonds, "but we are not taken or hung
He tried to say something, but his face suddenly puckered and wrinkled; he waved his arm at Toll and turned to the opposite side of the room, to the corner darkened by the icons that hung
The stave was still there, and on it Starkey had hung
his hat, a deep tarpaulin, watertight, with a broad brim.
Into it they went, in the obscure light stumbling across the sleeping-logs of the village bachelors and knocking their heads against strings of weird votive- offerings, dried and shrivelled, that hung
from the roof-beams.
Captain Jim hung
his fiddle up in its place, beside a large frame enclosing several banknotes.
The whole passage was hung
with portraits of knights in armor, and ladies in silken gowns; and the armor rattled, and the silken gowns rustled
Well, we must fight for her, then,' said the Red Knight, as he took up his helmet (which hung
from the saddle, and was something the shape of a horse's head), and put it on.
Throwing the rope over the high limb of a giant oak tree, they pulled till the poor Marionette hung
far up in space.