I was going to wish her many happy returns, when she lifted her stick
He must have lost his head, or he never would have left the stick
or, above all, burned the cheque book.
This was a strange exhortation, undoubtedly, to be addressed to a mere thing of sticks
, straw, and old clothes, with nothing better than a shrivelled pumpkin for a head,--as we know to have been the scarecrow's case.
There are certainly one or two indications upon the stick
Then all that was left of him was the stick
, and this fell down on the back of a Goose who was taking a walk by the side of the ditch.
He felt that what he now said and did would be historical, and it seemed to him that it would now be best for him- whose grandeur enabled his son to play stick
and ball with the terrestrial globe- to show, in contrast to that grandeur, the simplest paternal tenderness.
He lifted the stick
, in spite of her being beyond his reach, and threw it with a hard effort which was but impotence.
If I were to point out all the notable places as we pass up the Broad Walk, it would be time to turn back before we reach them, and I simply wave my stick
at Cecco's Tree, that memorable spot where a boy called Cecco lost his penny, and, looking for it, found twopence.
He held in his hand a huge stick
, his eyes glistening with spiteful thoughts, a malignant smile played round his lips, and the whole of his carriage, and even all his movements, betokened bad and malicious intentions.
Before I could divine his plan, he was back at the entrance and savagely jabbing the stick
in at us.
Van Horn, regarding the shore for some sign of life, lighted a cigar and put one hand to the waist-line of his loin-cloth to reassure himself of the presence of the stick
of dynamite that was tucked between the loin-cloth and his skin.
Suppose 'm you take 'm me along canoe, washee-washee, me give 'm you fella boy two stick
To this, and so close to the neck that the dog could not get his teeth to it, he had tied a stout stick
four or five feet in length.
When they had done so, he called out to them: "Now, break," and each stick
was easily broken.
A great, stout, awkward, stupid creature, with a man's hat on and a man's stick
in her hand.