Little Toto, now that he had an enemy to face, ran barking toward the Lion, and the great beast had opened his mouth
to bite the dog, when Dorothy, fearing Toto would be killed, and heedless of danger, rushed forward and slapped the Lion upon his nose as hard as she could, while she cried out:
And Anchises was seized with love, so that he opened his mouth
Here Sloppy threw his head back, opened his mouth
wide, and laughed rapturously.
He opened his mouth
, but the black cloud sailed past and not as much as a drop of dew moistened his dry lips.
But Joe wouldn't hear of that, at all, and again opened his mouth
very wide, and shook the form of a most emphatic word out of it.
Porthos opened his mouth
, thinking it a good opportunity to put in a word in his turn; D'Artagnan checked him by a glance from the corner of his eye.
Richard Twining bubbled over with quaint absurdities, and George Road, conscious that he need not exhibit a brilliancy which was almost a by-word, opened his mouth
only to put food into it.
Old Augustus, blinking good-naturedly, opened his mouth
and in popped Wallace's head.
He never opened his mouth
to his timid conqueror concerning the past; but he admitted him very near to his person in his labors, took him with him to several reconnoiterings, in such a way as to obtain that which he evidently warmly desired, -- a rehabilitation in the mind of D'Artagnan.
She watched Nutty with a cold and uninterested eye as he opened his mouth
feebly, shut it again and reopened it; and then when it became apparent that these manoeuvres were about to result in speech, she left him and walked quickly down the drive again.
He opened his mouth
now a great many times and shook his head in a melancholy manner.
They are dancing the war-dance at Bekwando, and the King has been shut up for three days with the priest and never opened his mouth
MacDonald grinned and nodded, and opened his mouth
to speak, when the front door swung wide and a man appeared in the light.
The other men were Blank, the Editor aforementioned, a certain journalist, and another--a quiet, shy man with a beard--whom I didn't know, and who, as far as my observation went, never opened his mouth
all the evening.
And, in fact, from that day until the arrival at Zanzibar, Dick never opened his mouth