The Duke pointed out the water jump with some trepidation, but the Prince's glasses rested on it only for a moment.
There are jumps, for one thing," Somerfield continued,--"pretty stiff affairs, too.
Now, Pistache, my good dog, jump the height of this cane for Madame de Montbazon.
Stop," said the duke, "Pistache, jump for the queen.
sideways and tried to run in, but the wicked little dusty gray head lashed within a fraction of his shoulder, and he had to jump
over the body, and the head followed his heels close.
Not with the smouldering, smothering, choking hysteria that still worked in the fox-terriers did he listen, nor with quivering of muscles and jumps
of over-wrought nerves, but coolly, composedly, as if no battle royal had just taken place and no rips of teeth and kicks of feet still burned and ached his body.
That's the first time in the history of Bierce's Cove that two men made that jump
on the same sea.
I think I could jump
over it," said the Cowardly Lion, after measuring the distance carefully in his mind.
Another could not jump
well--never COULD jump
well--did not believe he could jump
so far without long and patient practice.
Jim warn't on his island, so I tramped off in a hurry for the crick, and crowded through the willows, red-hot to jump
aboard and get out of that awful country.
He had lifted his head and whinnied softly the moment he saw Dickon and he had trotted up to him and put his head across his shoulder and then Dickon had talked into his ear and Jump
had talked back in odd little whinnies and puffs and snorts.
You have introduced yourself to David when you jump
the railings without touching them, and William Paterson (as proved to be his name) was at once our friend.