"Nay, fellow," said the lean Brother harshly, for he saw that Little John made sport of them, "we want none of thy company, so get thee gone."
At these words a sound of laughing came from the bench, whereat the lean Brother's wrath boiled over, like water into the fire, with great fuss and noise.
But the fat Friar shook as with an ague, and the lean Friar bowed his head over his horse's neck.
Little John looked over his shoulder, for they had now passed each other, and he called back, "Big Jack, lean Jack and fat Jack-pudding."
When they had come to the crossroad and were well away from those they had left, the lean Friar drew rein suddenly.
It was right at the bottom of the hamper, and seemed difficult to find, and he had to lean
over further and further, and, in trying to steer at the same time, from a topsy-turvy point of view, he pulled the wrong line, and sent the boat into the bank, and the shock upset him, and he dived down right into the hamper, and stood there on his head, holding on to the sides of the boat like grim death, his legs sticking up into the air.
She leaned over towards her companion, and she did not again, for some few minutes, face the house.
She leaned a little forward, her eyes flashed softly through the semi-darkness.
Hitherto they had been denied access to the fire, and they now settled down in a close-drawn circle, like so many dogs, blinking and yawning and stretching their lean
bodies in the unaccustomed warmth.
At last night came, and worn out in heart and mind he leaned
his head #against the cold rough stone and slept.
His right hand held her left, and he pressed her arm close against his heart as he leaned down towards her.
Poyser, while the grandfather leaned forward and brought out his long "Nay, nay." "What objections can we ha' to you, lad?