King Neptune watched him as he did so, and wagged
his head, muttering to himself and saying, "There now, swim up and down as you best can till you fall in with well-to-do people.
his head, and muttered to himself, saying, "Poor things, why did we give you to King Peleus who is a mortal, while you are yourselves ageless and immortal?
His face was ashy pale, beads of perspiration shone upon his brow, and his hands shook until the hunting-crop wagged
like a branch in the wind.
And Toto looked up into her face with his little black eyes and wagged
his tail to show he knew what she meant.
But Raffles wagged
away with his most charming and disarming smile; he was in old clothes, rather tattered and torn, and more than a little grimy as to the face and hands, but, on the surface, wonderfully little the worse for his experience.
He, on his side, perceived nothing that was going on in the hall; he wagged
his head with the unconcern of a Neapolitan, repeating from time to time, amid the clamor, as from a mechanical habit, "Charity, please
At first he had wagged
his head and wondered how it was that the children understood what I told them so well, and could not learn from him; and he laughed like anything when I replied that neither he nor I could teach them very much, but that THEY might teach us a good deal.
First his tongue tripped, then it grew thick of sound; then his head wagged
from side to side, until at last he fell asleep as though he never would waken again.
her tail, ran to the medicine, and began lapping it.
his tail as if disappointed at being left behind; but he made no effort to follow them.
he gasped, with a face of beetroot, while Lord John and I smiled in sympathy and Summerlee, like a dyspeptic goat, wagged
his head in sardonic disagreement.
When he wagged
his stub of a tail and smiled friendly with his eyes, the mate scowled at him and muttered angrily in his throat.