We had to allow for the reeling
of the ship to the right or the left.
yelled Kutuzov in a hoarse voice, waving his arms and reeling
Katharine never made any attempt to spare people's feelings, he reflected; and, being himself very sensitive to all shades of comfort and discomfort, he cut short the auctioneer's catalog, which Katharine was reeling
off more and more absent-mindedly, and took Mrs.
He was bleeding very profusely now from the wound in his lungs, and presently a terrific blow over the heart sent him reeling
heavily to the ground, where he lay very still, and somehow I knew at once that Jubal the Ugly One would never get up again.
He lagged far behind the others, and it was several minutes after they had halted at Tarzan's command before he came slowly up to them, reeling
from side to side, and at last falling again beneath the weight of his burden and the shock of his wound.
Numa reared upon his hind feet and struck at the are-man and in return received a cuff on one ear that sent him reeling
and ran, weak and reeling
drunkenly, along the broad trail made by the giant creature and its prey.
And then -- she found herself trembling as if she were reeling
back from a precipice.
There were five Kru boys, a native of a tribe which he did not recognise, and a European who walked with reeling
footsteps, and who, it was easy to see, was on the point of exhaustion.
You are like one of these phonographs, Walker," said he; "you have had all this talked into you, and now you are reeling
it off again.
Her revolver was out, and Carin-Jama let go his grip, reeling
backward with a bullet in his shoulder.