And as the carter went on with the other two horses, she again crept under the tilt
of the cart, and pecked out the bung of the second cask, so that all the wine ran out.
A great broken bough upon the grass showed whence he had gained his leverage to tilt over our bridge.
Picture him seated upon a rock, his absurd boyish straw hat tilted on the back of his head, his supercilious eyes dominating us from under his drooping lids, his great black beard wagging as he slowly defined our present situation and our future movements.
After each question he tilted
me over a little more, so as to give me a greater sense of helplessness and danger.
Indeed, The Tilted
Wagon, as a cool establishment on the top of a hill, where the ground before the door was puddled with damp hoofs and trodden straw; where a scolding landlady slapped a moist baby
It was fine open walking here, upon the summit; our way lay a little downhill, for, as I have said, the plateau tilted
towards the west.
His red waistcoat was as glossy as satin and he flirted his wings and tail and tilted
his head and hopped about with all sorts of lively graces.
The Assistant Commissioner paused, then added: "Those fellows are a perfect pest." In order to raise his drooping glance to the speaker's face, the Personage on the hearthrug had gradually tilted
his head farther back, which gave him an aspect of extraordinary haughtiness.
Between his teeth, a cigar stump was tilted
at the angle of defiance.
Then he strikes a most noble attitude, with one leg shoved forwards, and his arms stretched away up, and his head tilted
back, looking up at the sky; and then he begins to rip and rave and grit his teeth; and after that, all through his speech, he howled, and spread around, and swelled up his chest, and just knocked the spots out of any acting ever I see before.
His right wing caught it first--a sudden, sharp puff that lifted and tilted
the monoplane and threatened to capsize it.
Damon drew back so suddenly that he tilted
the canoe, and the black paddlers looked around wonderingly.