He rose to his feet, flung aside
the straw pallet upon the street urchins, and fled.
I flung aside
a crib of Horace I had been reading, and began to clench my fists, to bite my lips, and to pace the room.
So Esther Dudley dwelt year after year in the Province House, still reverencing all that others had flung aside
, still faithful to her King, who, so long as the venerable dame yet held her post, might be said to retain one true subject in New England, and one spot of the empire that had been wrested from him.
Rifles and spears were dropped or flung aside
in a wild scramble for the protection of the cocoanut palms.
In all lands where life is a hazard lightly played with and lightly flung aside
, men turn, almost automatically, to gambling for diversion and relaxation.
At first there were outcries, and then followed general stupefaction; business was abandoned; work was flung aside
, and all noise ceased.
His green cassock and vizard were now flung aside
. His long luxuriant hair was trained to flow in quaint tresses down his richly furred cloak.
Jackets and coats were flung aside
, shirts thrown open at the neck and rolled up to the shoulders; and we stood there, each at his post, in a fever of heat and anxiety.
He was of no consequence--he was flung aside
, like a bit of trash, the carcass of some animal.
The great stick was torn from his grasp and broken in two as though it had been matchwood, to be flung aside
as the now infuriated beast charged for his adversary's throat.
The knife and fork, so contemptuously flung aside
a month before, Tarzan now manipulated as exquisitely as did the polished D'Arnot.
Presently he flung aside
the last of them and rose to his feet.
Before his facile perils and ready laugh, life was no longer an affair of serious effort and restraint, but a toy, to be played with and turned topsy-turvy, carelessly to be lived and pleasured in, and carelessly to be flung aside
. "Therefore, play!" was the cry that rang through her.
The arms swung quickly upward and with them the body of the black soldier who had helped to crucify Wasimbu, the Waziri, described a circle in the air--once, twice, three times, and then it was flung aside
and the ape-man turned in the direction of General Kraut's headquarters.
The old Inspector -- who, by-the-bye, l regret to say, was overthrown and killed by a horse some time ago, else he would certainly have lived for ever -- he, and all those other venerable personages who sat with him at the receipt of custom, are but shadows in my view: white-headed and wrinkled images, which my fancy used to sport with, and has now flung aside