His terror rose to desperation; he rained a shower of kicks
and blows upon Gunpowder, hoping by a sudden movement to give his companion the slip; but the spectre started full jump with him.
Just as I did that, one of their number gave me, with his heavy boot, a powerful kick
in the left eye.
The troop-horse gave a kick
and a bound and a snort.
With a brutal kick
the man sent her sprawling upon her face, where she lay quite still, tearless but trembling.
I know his mother; he's good, he's clever, he's rich, he's well connected--Oh, you needn't kick
Hans takes the calf, puts it on his head, and the calf kicks
Now, you see, that makes his good lady very uneasy in her mind, and me too, for whereas I'm a harurn-scarum sort of a good-for-nought that more kicks
than halfpence come natural to, why he's a steady family man, don't you see?
suddenly infuriated Maguire to such an extent that he had bestowed a couple of brutal kicks
upon the senseless form of Raffles before the secretary and I could interfere.
One's halfpence are as scarce perhaps, but you do not get so many kicks
For," said he to himself, "it is a hard heart that kicks
the lame dog from off the sill.
Wonderful to state, the girls did their part; but Tom was in such a fury that he flew upon the table, scattered the bread and milk about the floor, struck his sisters, kicked
the coals out of the coal-pan, attempted to overthrow the table and chairs, and seemed inclined to make a Douglas-larder of the whole contents of the room: but I seized upon him, and, sending Mary Ann to call her mamma, held him, in spite of kicks
, blows, yells, and execrations, till Mrs.
This philanthropic wish, Miss Slowboy emphasised with various new raps and kicks
at the door; which led to no result whatever.
They, mistaking the frantic cries of Mynheer Isaac for demonstrations of joy, began to belabour him with kicks
and cuffs, such as could not have been administered in better style by any prize-fighter on the other side of the Channel.
She's not worth tuppence on it if any kind of a sea kicks
up, and it's ripe for a nor'wester any moment now.
Not with the smouldering, smothering, choking hysteria that still worked in the fox-terriers did he listen, nor with quivering of muscles and jumps of over-wrought nerves, but coolly, composedly, as if no battle royal had just taken place and no rips of teeth and kicks
of feet still burned and ached his body.