In fact, she fished
for compliments in speaking of herself, for she saw that she pleased the viscount; the truth being that her eager desire had so transformed her that she became almost a woman.
It was not to be had directly; but perhaps, he thought, it might be fished
For two hours we fished
unceasingly, but without bringing up any rarities.
In the interior are salt plains; silver mines and scanty veins of gold are said, likewise, to exist; and pearls of a beautiful water are to be fished
upon the coast.
Everybody knows Black Sam, the old negro fisherman, or, as he is commonly called, "Mud Sam," who has fished
about the Sound for the last half century.
After a long interval, however, 'The Perseverance'--for that was her name--was spoken somewhere in the vicinity of the ends of the earth, cruising along as leisurely as ever, her sails all bepatched and be quilted with rope-yarns, her spars fished
with old pipe staves, and her rigging knotted and spliced in every possible direction.
You appear to me to have fished
more frequently in the Gulf of Gascony than in the Channel," said Monk, smiling.
The puppy did not like it at all, but being fished
for in this way was pure happiness beside being put to the sleigh for the first time.
It was a cheery companion, gurgling and chuckling as it ran, like the dear old trout-stream in the West Country where I have fished
at night in my boyhood.
Harold March frowned at the tablecloth; then, after an interval, he said: "I think I understand your notion of how the thing was actually done; according to that, Morris just made a hole and fished
it up with a magnet at the end of a string.
Let me see the contents of the bag which you fished
from the mere.
I have fished
for trout, in Tahoe, and at a measured depth of eighty-four feet I have seen them put their noses to the bait and I could see their gills open and shut.