The captain, however, became only so much the more crusty and dogged in his adherence to his orders, and touchy and harsh in his dealings with the passengers, and frequent altercations
You then, as I understand, followed her home and saw through the window an altercation
between her husband and her, in which she doubtless cast his conduct to you in his teeth.
He saw and made a dive for them, and a loud altercation
There was an angry altercation
, and the owner of the bar stepped forward and ordered Tough Bill to go.
And, assuredly, he was, out of all those present, the only one who had not deigned to turn his head at the altercation
between Coppenole and the usher.
The window was boarded up, and an unpleasant altercation
about their delay in repairing it with the new landlord, a Bun Hill butcher--and a loud, bellowing, unreasonable person at that--served to remind them of their unsettled troubles with the old.
At the front an altercation
occurred between an Austrian guide and a Russian general.
He knew that in the pleasure of killing they might fight on long after they had discovered their mistake, unless their attention was distracted by sight of the real cause of the altercation
, and so he lost no time in continuing across the room to the doorway upon the opposite side, which opened into the inner court, where the savage thoats were squealing and fighting among themselves.
An apology is unknown to these savage progenitors of man, and explanation a laborious and usually futile process, Tarzan bridged the dangerous gulf by distracting their attention from their altercation
to a consideration of their plans for the immediate future.
Presently it became apparent that some altercation
had arisen among the Negroes, for a score or more of them were gathered around one who appeared to be their chief, and all were talking and gesticulating heatedly.
Several other passengers had drawn toward the scene of the altercation
, and all awaited the denouement.
Our voices were raised, and the sound of the altercation
brought the Chinese out of the cabin.
They had a lurid altercation
, in which they damned each other's souls with frequence.
MY dear sir," said the editor to the man, who had called to see about his poem, "I regret to say that owing to an unfortunate altercation
in this office the greater part of your manuscript is illegible; a bottle of ink was upset upon it, blotting out all but the first line - that is to say - "
I was worn out by two days and a night of hard railway travel and had not entirely recovered from a gunshot wound in the head, received in an altercation