Over the arched gateway of Patty's Place dangled
a little, modest sign.
It was fresh--the smoke-curing had just begun--and, save for the closed eyes, all the sullen handsomeness and animal virility of the boy, as Joan had known it, was still to be seen in the monstrous thing that twisted and dangled
in the eddying smoke.
To complete his costume, a floppy felt hat, distinctly Rembrandtish in effect, perched half on his head and mostly over one ear; a sixpenny, white cotton undershirt covered his torso; and from a belt about his middle dangled
a tobacco pouch, a sheath-knife, filled clips of cartridges, and a huge automatic pistol in a leather holster.
Presently both men started from their seats in surprise: a long vine that covered half the front of the house and dangled
its branches from the edge of the porch above them was visibly and audibly agitated, shaking violently in every stem and leaf.
Seeing myself unobserved, I took the old-fashioned key that dangled
from the chain and quickly turned back the hands of the watch a full hour; then, closing the case, I handed Bartine his property and saw him replace it on his person.
A ring with a coat of arms adorned his hand, outside his glove, from which dangled
a handsome cane; with these accessories he endeavoured to assume the air and manner of a wealthy young man.
He wore a fur tippet round his neck and a heavy gold chain over it, with a medallion which dangled
in front of him.
He was a great consumer of meat, usually carrying his dinner to his work a couple of miles past my house -- for he chopped all summer -- in a tin pail; cold meats, often cold woodchucks, and coffee in a stone bottle which dangled
by a string from his belt; and sometimes he offered me a drink.
A tail dangled
to his ankles behind him, and in one hand he carried a zebra's tail while the other clutched a bunch of small arrows.
The tea, sugar, and spices were at her back, a side of bacon swung over her head, and a net full of lemons dangled
before her face.
If the poor Marionette had dangled
there much longer, all hope would have been lost.
A person putting a glass to his eyes, could even recognise further a small envious countenance, and also that a bloated soullet dangled
at the stalk.
RAY: If my brother removed every part that dangled
off of his car, he'd have nothing left but a steering wheel.
AN eight-year-old girl who was dangled
out of a second-floor window by her mother must be taken into local authority care, a family court judge has ruled.
The inmates dangled
the ropes from the exterior walls of the prison to the ground.