We have now considered that art of money-getting which is not necessary, and have seen in what manner we became in want of it; and also that which is necessary, which is different from it; for that economy which is natural, and whose object is to provide food, is not like this unlimited in its extent, but has its bounds
Like a deer he bounded
along the narrow trail until, filled with the excitement of his news, he burst into a native village several miles above the point at which Tarzan and his pack had stopped to hunt.
As for elves and fairies, and other such mummery, I purposely omit the mention of them, as I should be very unwilling to confine within any bounds
those surprizing imaginations, for whose vast capacity the limits of human nature are too narrow; whose works are to be considered as a new creation; and who have consequently just right to do what they will with their own.
Inquiries made at Plymouth proved that they had sailed, forty-eight hours previously, in the BEWLEY CASTLE, East Indiaman, bound
direct to Bombay.
A stick was thrust between her jaws and she was fastened with a leash, as if bridled, her legs were bound
together, and Daniel rolled her over once or twice from side to side.
Instead, and along with the rest, they were scattered on board sailing ships bound
for the four quarters of the globe, where they had been placed by the boarding-house masters, and where they were working out advance money which they had neither seen nor spent.
I ached, besides, in every limb, and the cords that bound
me seemed to be of fire.
Remained awake, as dawn paled the dark, only the grievously wounded or the too-tightly bound
, and the decrepit ancient who was not so old as Bashti.
The Justices were sitting in the Town Hall near at hand, and we at once went over to have me bound
apprentice to Joe in the Magisterial presence.
He spoke and bounded
forward, and with him went Umslopogaas, and after him streamed the ghost-wolves.
The victim was bound
upon this wheel, on his knees, with his hands behind his back.
This envoy had instructions to represent to the monarch of Blefuscu, "the great lenity of his master, who was content to punish me no farther than with the loss of mine eyes; that I had fled from justice; and if I did not return in two hours, I should be deprived of my title of NARDAC, and declared a traitor." The envoy further added, "that in order to maintain the peace and amity between both empires, his master expected that his brother of Blefuscu would give orders to have me sent back to Lilliput, bound
hand and foot, to be punished as a traitor."
They came promptly and in accordance with the Arab's instructions bound
Baynes' wrists and ankles securely.
the first person I meet in the street is bound
to be my second, just as he would be bound
to pull a drowning man out of water.
HAVING been delayed for nearly a fortnight in the city, I was glad to escape on board a packet bound
for Monte Video.