Bragelonne approached the group of young men, and saluted them with that quiet and serious manner peculiar to him.
The young men saluted each other in a restrained manner.
The ancient man rose, approached, saluted
, and seated himself.
Or a band of schoolboys and street urchins, playing hop-scotch, rose in a body and saluted
him classically, with some cry in Latin: "
Then an old Nome with white whiskers so long that they were tied around his waist to prevent their tripping him up, stepped out of the ranks and saluted
and reported: "Fraulein Kircher has arrived, sir.
Inspector Jacks saluted
, and turned towards the door.
Granet was in the act of addressing him when an officer ran lightly down the fore part of the ship, and saluted
A general laugh saluted
her on the presentation of her son.
Odd smells saluted
her nose, and odd sights met her eyes, but Rose liked it all, and played she was really landing in Hong Kong when they glided up to the steps in the shadow of the tall "Rajah.
I was at breakfast when my chief engineer entered and saluted
Becky bowed and saluted
, and recognized people here and there graciously.
I felt light, and hunger, and thirst, and darkness; innumerable sounds rang in my ears, and on all sides various scents saluted
me; the only object that I could distinguish was the bright moon, and I fixed my eyes on that with pleasure.
Pickwick, with a gallantry that would have done honour to a descendant of Lady Tollimglower herself, took the old lady by the hand, led her beneath the mystic branch, and saluted
her in all courtesy and decorum.
The young people being too high up for the ordinary salutations, saluted
Short after their own fashion.