And there were large calm lakes there too, in which white swans were swimming, and beat the air
with their wings.
As carrier- pigeons, on being first let loose in a strange place, beat the air
at random for a short time before darting off towards the spot for which they are designed, so did the Marchioness flutter round and round until she believed herself in safety, and then bear swiftly down upon the port for which she was bound.
In the streets of London where beauty goes unregarded, eccentricity must pay the penalty, and it is better not to be very tall, to wear a long blue cloak, or to beat the air
with your left hand.
Put Napoleon in an island prison, let his faculties find no men to act on, no Alps to climb, no stake to play for, and he would beat the air
, and appear stupid.
Their wings were a muted staccato as they beat the air
, and a keen shearing whisper when they turned.
Gently fold in the cooled butter and then the flour and salt, going as smoothly and quickly as possible, so as not to beat the air
from the sponge.
But I wouldn't have changed it for the world, because nothing could beat the air
of anticipation, the sight of the players sidestepping onto the field in their crisp ironed white shorts.
In Group B, Adam and the Higher Education teams shared the points after their goalless draw, while Ammroc beat the Air
Another problem with wind energy is drag, the resistance felt by the turbine blades as they beat the air
It lets out a long 'kraaaaaak' as its enormous wings beat the air
and soon it's out of sight.
DJ Chris Moyles, above, was due to beat the air
chaos and return to the airwaves today by hosting his show from New York.
80 Million" (2009, 3'41"), a performance video spoof by Eslam Zeen El Abedeen and Mohamed Zayan, finds the two artists facing one another, each with a foot raised to rest on the seat of a straight-backed chair, while their hands furiously beat the air
in time to the durbakeh-riq duet ringing out in the soundtrack.
As they flew over the causeway road, they honked and beat the air
frantically as they struggled to gain altitude.
They beat the air
with their wings and raised a ruckus with their cries as they relocated to an area of shoreline a short distance away.
Storming across the intersection, the man beat the air
with his fists and shouted into the sky.