If the good Saint Dunstan had but nipped
the Evil Spirit's nose with a touch of such weather as that, instead of using his familiar weapons, then indeed he would have roared to lusty purpose.
Of course, in playing together, the cubs had often nipped
Mowgli harder than they intended, and there were white scars all over his arms and legs.
Until that year, the frosts in the Spring nipped
Yet as the evening of Sunday came on, a sadness as of death would overtake me, for at nine o'clock I had to return to school, where everything was cold and strange and severe--where the governesses, on Mondays, lost their tempers, and nipped
my ears, and made me cry.
Had she been of his own sex, he might have cheered himself with a fight, but he only looked worriedly when she nipped
his deep iron sides, laid his heavy head on my knee, and howled anew.
That war is done now, and the evil, we hope, nipped
before the flower- thanks to me - and thee.
An orchard surrounded it, but the trees, as is usual upon the moor, were stunted and nipped
, and the effect of the whole place was mean and melancholy.
And in a moment she was away over the Piazza, her military cloak flapping in the wind; nor did she slacken speed till she caught up an old man with white whiskers, and nipped
him playfully upon the arm.