Then suddenly he sprang
from it like a bird, and like a bird he travelled through the air towards us.
In an instant all was confusion; a thousand drawn swords menaced me from every quarter, and Sab Than sprang
upon me with a jeweled dagger he had drawn from his nuptial ornaments.
from his chariot, and drew the arrow from the wound, whereon the blood came spouting out through the hole that had been made in his shirt.
The child half asleep on a cot sprang
up and shrieked aloud with terror.
On the fair Capo Deucato, and sprang
So eagerly around about to hang Upon the flying footsteps of -- deep pride -
He merely sprang
to the side and ran stiffly ahead for several awkward leaps, in carriage and conduct resembling an abashed country swain.
It was as if the devil was in him, for he sprang
here and sprang
there, now thrusting and now cutting, catching blows on his shield, turning them with his blade, stooping under the swing of an axe, springing over the sweep of a sword, so swift and so erratic that the man who braced himself for a blow at him might find him six paces off ere he could bring it down.
Andrew, looking somewhat puzzled, picked up the ball, sprang
to his saddle, and galloped off.
But Phoebus Apollo met them: in the open sea he sprang
upon their swift ship, like a dolphin in shape, and lay there, a great and awesome monster, and none of them gave heed so as to understand (11); but they sought to cast the dolphin overboard.
A terrific gale sprang
up after I had started, and the journey both by sea and land was full of horrors, the trains in Germany being heated to such an extent that it is next to impossible to sit still, great gusts of hot air coming up under the cushions, the cushions themselves being very hot, and the wretched traveller still hotter.
upon Spitz with a fury which surprised them both, and Spitz particularly, for his whole experience with Buck had gone to teach him that his rival was an unusually timid dog, who managed to hold his own only because of his great weight and size.
Then all of a sudden, on Easter Monday, a warm wind sprang
up, storm clouds swooped down, and for three days and three nights the warm, driving rain fell in streams.