But the son of Peleus again began railing
at the son of Atreus, for he was still in a rage.
Benjamin had succeeded in edging his way through the people, and was now seen balancing his short body, with one foot in a window and the other on a railing
of the jury-box.
Yesterday he was railing
at the world at large, at me who certainly have not made it, at himself and even at his mother.
These cottages had one wall in common, shared in a line of iron railing
dividing their front gar- dens; a wooden fence separated their back gardens.
When I called on Wednesday there was a letter with the West Kensington postmark upon it, and my name scrawled across the envelope in a handwriting which looked like a barbed-wire railing
The lawyer turns, leans his arms on the iron railing
at the top of the steps, and looks at the lamplighter lighting the court-yard.
Trent, in white linen clothes and puggaree, was leaning over the railing
, gazing towards the town, when Da Souza came up to him -
He grasped the railing
with one hand and gazed upward with straining eyes.
He was a sharp satirist, but with more railing
and scoffery than became a poet-laureate,"* said one.
The extensive building is separated from the street by a pretty high railing
, the thick iron bars of which are so far apart, that in all seriousness, it is said, some very thin fellow had of a night occasionally squeezed himself through to go and pay his little visits in the town.
John Jasper, on his way home through the Close, is brought to a stand-still by the spectacle of Stony Durdles, dinner-bundle and all, leaning his back against the iron railing
of the burial-ground enclosing it from the old cloister-arches; and a hideous small boy in rags flinging stones at him as a well-defined mark in the moonlight.