, stamping, singing, a very volcano of energy.
The whole post was there, and there was such another whooping and shouting
when the seventeen kids came flying down the turf and sailing over the hurdles - oh, beautiful to see
Now all of a sudden, into the midst of this peaceful scene burst that slim-shanked boy in the brief shirt, wild-eyed, erect-haired, and shouting
, "Fire, fire
They done it, and soon as they was aboard I lit out for our towhead, and in about five or ten minutes we heard the dogs and the men away off, shouting
Tin pans and horns were added to the din, the popula- tion massed itself and moved toward the river, met the children coming in an open carriage drawn by shouting
citizens, thronged around it, joined its home- ward march, and swept magnificently up the main street roaring huzzah after huzzah!
And then they called out to him that she was on the roof, where she was standing, waving her arms, above the battlements, and shouting
out till they could hear her a mile off: I saw her and heard her with my own eyes.
A beast of a servant came up with a lantern, at last, shouting
- "Keep fast, Skulker, keep fast
cried Mary, almost shouting
up the wall in her fierce indignation.
cried the captain, shouting
at her as if she was fast asleep.
During the whole of this scene, which lasted some three hours, he had plenty of shouting
and weeping and sentimental company, and throughout Defarge held him by the collar, as if to restrain him from flying at the objects of his brief devotion and tearing them to pieces.
The mounted knights, whose lances had been almost all broken by the fury of the encounter, were now closely engaged with their swords, shouting
their war-cries, and exchanging buffets, as if honour and life depended on the issue of the combat.
The players all played at once without waiting for turns, quarrelling all the while, and fighting for the hedgehogs; and in a very short time the Queen was in a furious passion, and went stamping about, and shouting
`Off with his head
The man stared, and ran back up the one street of the village shouting
for the priest, who was a big, fat man dressed in white, with a red and yellow mark on his forehead.
For as he lay in bed on the night of the seventh day of his government, sated, not with bread and wine, but with delivering judgments and giving opinions and making laws and proclamations, just as sleep, in spite of hunger, was beginning to close his eyelids, he heard such a noise of bell-ringing and shouting
that one would have fancied the whole island was going to the bottom.
There was a lot of shouting
, and one man was even jesting.