If a mere wife had wished to sleep out-of-doors in that pelting
rain, it would not have mattered, but Tietjens was a dog, and therefore the better animal.
She remembered one time when she had come home from school in a pelting
rain that had changed, suddenly, to hail.
At the range of a couple of hundred yards we emptied our magazines, firing bullet after bullet into the beasts, but with no more effect than if we were pelting
them with pellets of paper.
They used to run after her--she racing away with her poor feeble lungs panting and gasping, and they pelting
her and shouting abuse at her.
He said if Brooke wanted a pelting
, he could get it cheaper than by going to the hustings.
But soon he was pelting
home to his mother with the glorious news.
These they could not see, but they could feel them pelting
the buggy top, and Jim screamed almost like a human being when a stone overtook him and struck his boney body.
That damned pelting
shower was vexatious enough--coming on when I was just in full swing: and then to come and find nobody in to tea
He turned his collar down from his ear and listened, but as before only the whistling of the wind could be heard, the flapping and fluttering of the kerchief tied to the shafts, and the pelting
of the snow against the woodwork of the sledge.
The war-songs and dances were more unrestrained, and, from abuse, the plantation blacks had turned to pelting
their helpless foes with pieces of wood, handfuls of pebbles, and chunks of coral-rock.
The fight had become a game, and we took huge delight in pelting
It required Daylight's breaking of extra horses to pay for the materials, and the brother devoted a three weeks' vacation to assisting, and together they installed a Pelting
He was throwing stones at howling urchins from Devil's Row who were circling madly about the heap and pelting
But he did n't wish it; and while that affair was being arranged, we girls had been pelting
him with the flowers which we tore from the vases, the walls, and our own topknots, to scatter over him.
Duncan pulled shut the cover of the companion scuttle, and held on, waiting, the first drops of rain pelting
his face, while the Samoset leaped violently ahead, at the same time heeling first to starboard then to port as the gusty pressures caught her winged-out sails.