Those behind the fence
frequently shouted and yelped in taunts and gibelike cries, but the regi- ment maintained a stressed silence.
When Fanshaw had presented his two friends to their host he fell again into a tone of rallying the latter about his wreckage of the fence
and his apparent rage of profanity.
There were neat fences
at the sides of the road, painted a dainty blue color, and beyond them were fields of grain and vegetables in abundance.
, especially when they are in the same place.
Every morning he swore to himself that nothing would induce him to mention the subject of rheumatism, but no sooner had the stricken old gentleman's head appeared above the fence
than out it came.
That means," he said, "that there's a Woozy inside that fence
, and the Woozy must be a dangerous animal or they wouldn't tell people to beware of it.
he hissed, and struck the master of fence
a stinging blow across the face, and spat upon him.
On the far corner of the compound fence
a hawk brooded.
inquired an Angel who had perched upon a fence
The headstones were fallen and broken across; brambles overran the ground; the fence
was mostly gone, and cows and pigs wandered there at will; the place was a dishonor to the living, a calumny on the dead, a blasphemy against God.
Josie's triumph being rather more pronounced than good taste permitted, Anne Shirley dared her to walk along the top of the board fence
which bounded the garden to the east.
Mastro Cherry gives the piece of wood to his friend Geppetto, who takes it to make himself a Marionette that will dance, fence
, and turn somersaults
On the farther side of the fence
the old bee-keeper was shaving a hoop for a tub, and he did not see Levin.
He reeled toward her front picket fence
, drawing a revolver.
However, I was so enamoured of this place, that I spent much of my time there for the whole of the remaining part of the month of July; and though upon second thoughts, I resolved not to remove, yet I built me a little kind of a bower, and surrounded it at a distance with a strong fence
, being a double hedge, as high as I could reach, well staked and filled between with brushwood; and here I lay very secure, sometimes two or three nights together; always going over it with a ladder; so that I fancied now I had my country house and my sea- coast house; and this work took me up to the beginning of August.