I lent a hand, and we pumped
the Reindeer out and repaired the damage.
As he came I pumped
two more bullets into him, and as he struggled to rise, clawing viciously at me, I put a bullet in his spine.
They had literally pumped
his body full of poison, so that, with the coming of day, eyes swollen almost shut, he had stumbled blindly on, not caring much when his head should be hacked off and his carcass started on the way of Sagawa's to the cooking fire.
Mr Allworthy himself spoke to the captain in his brother's behalf, and desired to know what offence the doctor had committed; when the hard-hearted villain had the baseness to say that he should never forgive him for the injury which he had endeavoured to do him in his favour; which, he said, he had pumped
out of him, and was such a cruelty that it ought not to be forgiven.
Day after day the boats lowered and were swallowed up almost ere they touched the water, while we on board pumped
the horn at regular intervals and every fifteen minutes fired the bomb gun.
But old Tinker was not to be pumped
by this little cross-questioner; and signifying to her that bed was a place for sleeping, not conversation, set up in her corner of the bed such a snore as only the nose of innocence can produce.
Three weeks they spent among the rich farm islands, which heaped up levees and pumped
day and night to keep afloat.
To be given to understand that he was a suspect--and also no doubt to be pumped
Then we pumped
with the feeble head-pump, drew water with buckets, and in this way managed in time to pour lots of Indian Ocean into the main hatch.