At the same time, he hugged his shuddering body in both his arms - clasping himself, as if to hold himself together - and limped
towards the low church wall.
But they answered the call from habit; and some of them were lame from the traps they had fallen into, and some limped
from shot wounds, and some were mangy from eating bad food, and many were missing.
Slowly he limped
to his place in the line, while the mob shouted in derision.
before me into the room and sat down in the deck chair.
A little old man, with a grey military moustache and a filthy black frock coat, limped
out and sat down beside the trap, removed his boot--his sock was blood-stained--shook out a pebble, and hobbled on again; and then a little girl of eight or nine, all alone, threw herself under the hedge close by my brother, weeping.
Parts of the procession limped
and staggered to this tune.
across the floor like a gouty grandfather; one set a pair of spectacles astride of his nose, and pretended to pore over the black-letter pages of the book of magic; a third seated himself in an arm-chair, and strove to imitate the venerable dignity of Dr.
His trail was followed for a long distance which he must have limped
Then he took a sponge and washed his face and hands, his shaggy chest and brawny neck; he donned his shirt, grasped his strong staff, and limped
towards the door.
He left his station at the nook of the bridge, limped
forward with a gracious air, took Dammit by the hand and shook it cordially, looking all the while straight up in his face with an air of the most unadulterated benignity which it is possible for the mind of man to imagine.
It's a mystery, dear," the little word limped
out awkwardly, "but God's ways are not ours.
When gouty Professor Wadley limped
down to his seat there were general affectionate inquiries from all parts of the hall as to the exact state of his poor toe, which caused him obvious embarrassment.
Now Sultan had nobody he could ask to be his second but the shepherd's old three-legged cat; so he took her with him, and as the poor thing limped
along with some trouble, she stuck up her tail straight in the air.
Mr Ferguson, the only survivor, limped
back into the Present.
Even as I said it the door of the hut opened, and there limped
out of it a