cried Scrooge, calling downward to a boy in Sunday clothes, who perhaps had loitered
in to look about him.
along in front of them, and Dora often stopped to admire this one or that one, and I stopped to admire the same one, and Dora, laughing, held the dog up childishly, to smell the flowers; and if we were not all three in Fairyland, certainly I was.
It was too early yet to go to Miss Havisham's, so I loitered
into the country on Miss Havisham's side of town - which was not Joe's side; I could go there to-morrow - thinking about my patroness, and painting brilliant pictures of her plans for me.
As I once more got under way, my thoughts slowly loitered
back to the theme which had been occupying them before I dropped asleep.
Trefusis went into the library with Gertrude whilst Lady Brandon loitered
in the hall to take off her gloves and ask questions of the servants.
Under the portico, with its grey, sun-bleached pillars, loitered
a troop of draggled bareheaded girls, waiting for the auction to be over.
Don Quixote, however, who, as has been said, felt himself relieved and well, was eager to take his departure at once in quest of adventures, as it seemed to him that all the time he loitered
there was a fraud upon the world and those in it who stood in need of his help and protection, all the more when he had the security and confidence his balsam afforded him; and so, urged by this impulse, he saddled Rocinante himself and put the pack-saddle on his squire's beast, whom likewise he helped to dress and mount the ass; after which he mounted his horse and turning to a corner of the inn he laid hold of a pike that stood there, to serve him by way of a lance.
Then because Middle made a wry face, as though he had already received the buffet, and loitered
in his steps, Arthur-a-Bland and Will Stutely seized him by the arms and stood him before the friar.
Several men in civilian metal loitered
near the front entrance and in the rear were others.
The armed askaris loitered
between the balance of the safari and the Arab village, ready to form a rear guard for the retreat that was to begin the moment that the head man brought that which the white masters awaited.
The pin that had been his from boyhood, where he had flung his balmoral when he loitered
home from the Academy, and his first hat when he came briskly back from college or the office - his pin was occupied.