A sullen murmur rose louder and louder about the packed coliseum, and then Kantos Kan, who had not left the platform since first he had taken his place near me, raised his hand
Dunning raised his hand
, motioning him back with a gesture of warning; then, lowering the arm, he pointed to the place where the road lost itself in the blackness of the cedar forest.
He raised his hand
and began to speak; but the next moment he dropped his hand nervelessly at his side.
What it was, no one knew; but Legree's face became perfectly demoniacal in its expression, as she spoke; he half raised his hand
, as if to strike,--a gesture which she regarded with fierce disdain, as she turned and walked away.
He raised his hand
to his head and brought it away sticky with clotted blood.
Indeed, he raised his hand
to strike him a second time, when the Barmecide cried out that he was mad, upon which my brother controlled himself, and apologised and protested that it was all the fault of the wine he had drunk.
As we circled upon the broad platform I saw Sab Than rushing up the steps to aid his father, but, as he raised his hand
to strike, Dejah Thoris sprang before him and then my sword found the spot that made Sab Than jeddak of Zodanga.
The old man grew purple in the face, he raised his hands.
The general stopped, turned round, raised his hands and remarked: "My curse be upon this house
When Quasimodo, who had not ceased to fight for a moment, beheld this rout, he fell on his knees and raised his hands
to heaven; then, intoxicated with joy, he ran, he ascended with the swiftness of a bird to that cell, the approaches to which he had so intrepidly defended.
He went to the door of the partition wall, raised his hands
, and hummed in French, "There was a king in Thule.
After an hour of this ecstasy, Athos softly raised his hands
as white as wax; the smile did not quit his lips, and he murmured low, so low as scarcely to be audible, these three words addressed to God or to Raoul:
Olsson raised his hand
to Hooper while the official was producing a red card and then lost his head as he booted a water bottle on his exit from Molineux.
But he said last night he simply raised his hand
to his face and the "incident" had been blown out of proportion.