vigorously with his toe--he could not reply in any other way.
Mr Clennam thereupon rose, as he had no choice but to do; and Mrs Gowan showed him, to the last, the same look and the same tapped
She was not surprised at Mademoiselle Reisz's question the morning that lady, following her to the beach, tapped
her on the shoulder and asked if she did not greatly miss her young friend.
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.
Thus much being said, attend now, I pray you, to that marvellous and --in this particular instance --almost fatal operation whereby the Sperm Whale's great Heidelburgh Tun is tapped
Early tap shoes had wood soles that tapped
out the dance beat.
my stick against the oil drum softer than the bricks because the oil drum taps loud and the neighbors don't like loud noises and I don't want them to wrap me around a lamppost.