To be sure, the steer was generally blind and frantic, and not especially bent on hurting any one; but think of the chances of running upon a knife, while nearly
every man had one in his hand
I am going to follow," he said, and his eyes nearly
popped out of his head as he shuffled along in the wake of the herd.
He tried to rob me," replied the merchant, "and very nearly
The concussion nearly
capsized her, and with a sickening plunge she hurtled downward through the dark night.
Captain Bonneville remained on Snake River nearly
three weeks after the arrival of Matthieu and his party.
They covered nearly
the entire surface of one side of the gorge, the lowest of them reaching even to the water.
At noon, to-day, ascended to an elevation of nearly
25,000 feet, by discharging ballast.
Once I stumbled and nearly
fell into the well- hole.
Tib has killed one chap; and just after I bought her she nearly
His keen grey eyes were undimmed, and the only lines upon his face were the lines of iron character and determination that always had been there since first I remembered him, nearly
thirty-five years before.
These are nearly
the objections which are usually made to a kingly power.
This was still smaller than the other, so cramped that I could scarcely turn round; a narrow single bed at one side took up nearly
all the room.
I believe that any man's life will be filled with constant, unexpected encouragements of this kind if he makes up his mind to do his level best each day of his life--that is, tries to make each day reach as nearly
as possible the high-water mark of pure, unselfish, useful living.
The mouth of the hole was nearly
filled up now, but the kitten gave a leap through the remaining opening and at once scampered up into the air.
swooned, for Cornelius was designated as a dangerous prisoner, and recommended by the Prince to the especial surveillance of the jailer.