Occasionally we would strike our heads against some projecting limb of a tree; and while imprudently engaged in rubbing the injured part, would fall sprawling amongst filthy fragments, cutting and bruising ourselves, whilst the unpitying waters flowed over our prostrate bodies.
In the mean time I cautiously transferred myself from the limb down which I had been slipping to a couple of others that were near it, deeming two strings to my bow better than one, and taking care to test their strength before I trusted my weight to them.
The limb upon which I found myself ascended at a slight angle toward the cliff, and as I followed it I found that it terminated a few feet above a narrow ledge which protruded from the cliff's face at the entrance to a narrow cave.
Together we wormed our way along the waving pathway, but when we reached the end of the branch we found that our combined weight so depressed the limb that the cave's mouth was now too far above us to be reached.
In a few minutes the voice was heard again, announcing that the seventh limb was attained.
Now, Jup," cried Legrand, evidently much excited, "I want you to work your way out upon that limb as far as you can.
The anterior and posterior limbs
in each member of the vertebrate and articulate classes are plainly homologous.
if the Knight's feats in arms have shown that he hath limbs
and sinews, his choice hath no less proved that his eyes are none of the clearest.
Nearer and nearer she came to where Tarzan of the Apes crouched upon his limb
, the coils of his long rope poised ready in his hand.
I no longer cared to play, but crouched trembling close to my limb
The bull struck full upon the small of his back across the limb
, hung there for a moment with the ape-man still upon his breast, and then toppled over toward the ground.
Leaping from limb
the girl fled through the jungle while close behind her came the two great apes.
They always bury it under a ha'nted house or on an island, or under a dead tree that's got one limb
ONE day an Opossum who had gone to sleep hanging from the highest branch of a tree by the tail, awoke and saw a large Snake wound about the limb
, between him and the trunk of the tree.
Our dear companion Will Stutely hath been taken by that vile Sheriff's men, therefore doth it behoove us to take bow and brand in hand to bring him off again; for I wot that we ought to risk life and limb
for him, as he hath risked life and limb