his box, and looked round with a triumphant laugh.
vigorously with his toe--he could not reply in any other way.
As she told me she tapped
playfully with the heel of her boot on the stone slab and said,
Passepartout tried to reason about the matter, but the policeman tapped
him with his stick, and Mr.
Something was moving to and fro there, very quietly; every now and then it tapped
against the wall, or started on its movements with a faint metallic ringing, like the movements of keys on a split-ring.
He was thinking by himself, and even seriously racking his brain to find a direction for this single force four times multiplied, with which he did not doubt, as with the lever for which Archimedes sought, they should succeed in moving the world, when someone tapped
gently at his door.
Come," he said to himself, "let me try if he will be more tractable than the other;" and he tapped
gently at the door.
She hesitated no longer, but, opening her own door gently, went and tapped
the barometer, and it jumped up and pointed to "very dry.
For a long time she talked to me earnestly of a grand scheme on which she had set her heart, and ever and anon she tapped
on me as if to get admittance for her ideas.
patrician sense of humor and tapped
the tank of royal tears.
Starkweather, standing by my side, tapped
me smartly on the shoulder, and said,
Her gloves were off and in one hand, and I remember, lightly and daringly, in mock reproof for something I had said, how she tapped
my lips with a tiny flirt of those gloves.