I catch something
of the spirit, I think, which caught your father, Mr.
He rubbed his face with his handkerchief, and wrapping round him his coat, which sat extremely well as it was, he greeted them with a smile, holding out his hand to Stepan Arkadyevitch, as though he wanted to catch something
One evening he asked whether he might go home with her; but his aunt was afraid that he might catch something
, and his uncle said that evil communications corrupted good manners.
People who ain't content to stay home always catch something
His eyes suddenly seemed to catch something
in one of them, "The Westminster Gazette", I knew it by the color, and he grew quite white.
At other times watching from the observatory of some cliff or tree, to telegraph any new arrival; or waiting at evening on the hill-tops for the sky to fall, that I might catch something
, though I never caught much, and that, manna-wise, would dissolve again in the sun.
But as I did so my foot slipped, I tried to catch something
to hold by, but found nothing, and with a cry, down I fell, like a very big plum on the grass below.
If you do catch something
, and it's an edible oily something, then you've got yourself a low-fat meal that's packed with blood pressurelowering and heart disease-reducing omega-3.
She could always hunt and catch something
to eat when she goes out the doggy door a[bar].
You'll be one of the first to catch something
new and exciting.
Hopefully we will catch something
great," stated The Spoiling Dead Fans.
Fisherman #1: I want to catch something
shiny and expensive.
I probably catch something
every third trip--something good.
With five lakes stocked with roach, tench, bream, ide, barbell, perch and rudd you are sure to enjoy casting and have many opportunities to catch something
But if someone asks me to catch something
I will always give it a go.