At the same time, by a rope arrangement, his chair was whirled around and around.
Johnny, instead of immediately obeying the order and taking Michael back to the kennels, lingered in the hope of seeing the orchestra leader whirled chattering around on his stool.
All night long the Martians were hammering and stirring, sleepless, indefatigable, at work upon the machines they were making ready, and ever and again a puff of greenish- white smoke whirled
up to the starlit sky.
Weary from two thousand miles over the ice and a run that day of seventy miles, he had whirled
a fresh man down, and that man Ben Davis.
And, moreover, when you come right down to the bedrock, knight-errantry is WORSE than pork; for whatever happens, the pork's left, and so somebody's benefited anyway; but when the market breaks, in a knight-errantry whirl
, and every knight in the pool passes in his checks, what have you got for assets?
But she proceeded to punish him roundly, until he gave over all attempts at placation, and whirled
in a circle, his head away from her, his shoulders receiving the punishment of her teeth.
After the first few whirls
around, and one other time when the house tipped badly, she felt as if she were being rocked gently, like a baby in a cradle.
Polly walked beside Dorothy a while, holding her new friend's hand as if she feared to let it go; but her nature seemed as light and buoyant as her fleecy robes, for suddenly she darted ahead and whirled
round in a giddy dance.
He gazed through the open door in which the dry bitter dust of the thrashing whirled
and played, at the grass of the thrashing floor in the sunlight and the fresh straw that had been brought in from the barn, then at the speckly-headed, white-breasted swallows that flew chirping in under the roof and, fluttering their wings, settled in the crevices of the doorway, then at the peasants bustling in the dark, dusty barn, and he thought strange thoughts.
And not only were these flowers almost blinding in their vivid hues of red and gold, but each one whirled
around upon its stalk like a miniature wind-mill, completely dazzling the vision of the beholders and so mystifying them that they knew not which way to turn.
Maggie tossed her hair back and ran downstairs, seized her bonnet without putting it on, peeped, and then dashed along the passage lest she should encounter her mother, and was quickly out in the yard, whirling round like a Pythoness, and singing as she whirled
, "Yap, Yap, Tom's coming home!" while Yap danced and barked round her, as much as to say, if there was any noise wanted he was the dog for it.
They loaded their spits, therefore, and crammed their camp kettle with meat, and while the wind whistled, and the snow whirled
around them, huddled round a rousing fire, basked in its warmth, and comforted both soul and body with a hearty and invigorating meal.