The lawyer looked his best client squarely
in the face.
They were not panic-stricken, but they were busy looking the situation squarely
in the face and considering.
Also, as he gained the perpendicular and as Jerry flew at his legs, he launched a kick with all his might that caught and lifted Jerry squarely
under the middle.
And Simon Nishikanta tore himself away from his everlasting painting of all colour-delicacies of sea and sky such as are painted by seminary maidens, to be helped and hoisted up the ratlines of the mizzen rigging, the huge bulk of him, by two grinning, slim-waisted sailors, until they lashed him squarely
on the crosstrees and left him to stare with eyes of golden desire, across the sun-washed sea through the finest pair of unredeemed binoculars that had ever been pledged in his pawnshops.
They reached the edge of the desert and bumped squarely
into the rocks.
She smiled squarely
into the face of a boy who was hurrying by with his hands buried in his overcoat, his blonde locks bobbing on his youthful temples, and a cheery smile of unconcern upon his lips.
All faces turned in the direction of the familiar voice; the two men between whom in the order of stature Greene had commonly stood in line turned and squarely
confronted each other.
When the young lady and I were left alone for a few minutes I looked her squarely
in the face and said with sudden gravity:
The tide was half out, and they sailed squarely
in on the sand, grounding in a row, with the salmon boat in the middle.
As Andrew untied his horse Ursula threw the ball with such good aim that it struck him, as she had meant it to do, squarely
on the head.
Either the wooden horse was careless, or it failed to properly time the descent of the hammer, for the mighty weapon caught it squarely
upon its head, and thumped it against the ground so powerfully that the private flew off its back high into the air, and landed upon one of the giant's cast-iron arms.
On the instant he struck, Lute lightly touched his neck with the rein, impelling him to the left; and in that instant, tottering on the insecure footing, with front feet slipping over into the pool beyond, he lifted on his hind legs, with a half turn, sprang to the left, and dropped squarely
down to the tiny gravel bed.
We must have been struck squarely
amidships, for I saw nothing, the strange steamboat having passed beyond my line of vision.
For higher ones, stronger ones, triumphanter ones, merrier ones, for such as are built squarely
in body and soul: LAUGHING LIONS must come!
Vronsky was a squarely
built, dark man, not very tall, with a good-humored, handsome, and exceedingly calm and resolute face.