Matthew, barely noting that it WAS a girl, sidled
past her as quickly as possible without looking at her.
Miss Squeers glanced at the door, as if dubious of the propriety of advancing any nearer to an utter stranger; then round the schoolroom, as though in some measure reassured by the presence of forty boys; and finally sidled
up to Nicholas and delivered the pen into his hand, with a most winning mixture of reserve and condescension.
I also noticed that she had sidled
up a little nearer to Captain Anthony, before it occurred to me to turn my head.
Stooped, his muscles rigid and one great shoulder turned toward the young bull, Tarzan of the Apes sidled
nearer and nearer.
Soapy straightened the lady missionary's readymade tie, dragged his shrinking cuffs into the open, set his hat at a killing cant and sidled
toward the young woman.
But at the second, the Doctor's voice said, "Come in;" and Tom turned the handle, and he, with the others behind him, sidled
into the room.
And, with a little nod, Lord Amersteth rose and sidled
to the gangway.
As he stood there, gazing into the middle distance, an individual of dishevelled aspect sidled
up, a vagrant of almost the maximum seediness, from whose midriff there protruded a trayful of a strange welter of collar-studs, shoe-laces, rubber rings, buttonhooks, and dying roosters.
As soon as his mate had gone Captain MacWhirr, left alone on the bridge, sidled
and staggered as far as the wheelhouse.
After glancing at me for a moment, as if to be quite sure that I was serious in my respectful air, she sidled back some paces; sidled forward again; made a sudden skip (at which I precipitately retreated a step or two); and said:
The old lady kissed her hand, gave another skip, smirked and sidled down the gallery in a most extraordinary manner, and ambled gracefully into her own bed-chamber.
Master has no intentions, sir,' murmured Miggs as she sidled
up to him, 'but to be as grateful as his natur will let him, for everythink he owns which it is in his powers to appreciate.
For you remember how he stood here before you on this platform; you remember how, face to face and foot to foot, I pursued him through all his intricate windings; you remember how he sneaked and slunk, and sidled
, and splitted of straws, until, with not an inch of ground to which to cling, I hurled him out from amongst us: an object for the undying finger of scorn to point at, and for the avenging fire of every free and thinking mind to scorch and scar
Affery still remaining behind her apron, he came stumbling down the kitchen stairs, candle in hand, sidled
up to her, twitched her apron off, and roused her.
He would name a squad of 13 or 14, in the days of one substitute, and if he sidled
up to you on a Friday night and told you that you could have chips with your steak, you'd know you'd had your chips