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.
In the meantime Minerva bethought her of another matter, and sent Penelope off into a sweet slumber; so she lay down on her couch and her limbs
became heavy with sleep.
As I have already described similar scenes, it will be sufficient to say that at length, after great toil and great dangers, we both stood with no limbs
broken at the head of that magnificent vale which five days before had so suddenly burst upon my sight, and almost beneath the shadow of those very cliffs from whose summits we had gazed upon the prospect.
One, two, tree, four, fibe - I done pass fibe big limb
, massa, pon dis side.
I did not venture out upon the limb
for fear that I might be discovered and our retreat in this direction cut off; but instead hurried to retrace my steps to Tars Tarkas.
As for the legs, they were four straight limbs
cut from trees and stuck fast into the body, being spread wide apart so that the saw-horse would stand firmly when a log was laid across it to be sawed.
The great cat lay crouched upon a thick limb
, hidden from the ape's view by dense foliage, waiting patiently until the anthropoid should come within range of his spring.
it is a man-at-arms, and they pluck him limb
like hounds on a wolf.
Analogous laws govern the construction of the mouths and limbs
Little monkeys, chattering and scolding, swung through the swaying limbs
above the black warriors.
May the heathen ruler of the winds confine in iron chains the boisterous limbs
of noisy Boreas, and the sharp-pointed nose of bitter-biting Eurus.
It was already one in the morning; the rain pattered dismally against the panes, and my candle was nearly burnt out, when, by the glimmer of the half-extinguished light, I saw the dull yellow eye of the creature open; it breathed hard, and a convulsive motion agitated its limbs
It's hid in mighty particular places, Huck -- sometimes on islands, sometimes in rot- ten chests under the end of a limb
of an old dead tree, just where the shadow falls at midnight; but mostly under the floor in ha'nted houses.
She swung from limb
, or she raced through the mighty branches, surefooted, lithe, and fearless.
He could spring twenty feet across space at the dizzy heights of the forest top, and grasp with unerring precision, and without apparent jar, a limb
waving wildly in the path of an approaching tornado.