At such times might be found a goodly company of yeomen or country folk seated around the blazing hearth, bandying merry jests, while roasted crabs bobbed
in bowls of ale upon the hearthstone.
And what wouldn't I give that he should be alive now, seeing what we're going to see--" but reflecting that the glories of the future depended in part upon the activity of her typewriter, she bobbed
her head, and hurried back to the seclusion of her little room, from which immediately issued sounds of enthusiastic, but obviously erratic, composition.
The open rowing-boat in which they sat bobbed
and curtseyed across the line of traffic.
Here and there a head bobbed
up in the water, and there was a flash of steel followed by a cry or a whoop.
Hearing this, all those assembled bowed low and respectfully to the old farmer and his wife, who bobbed
their own heads in return.