It was a sight to see Queequeg seated over against Tashtego, opposing his filed teeth to the Indian's: crosswise
to them, Daggoo seated on the floor, for a bench would have brought his hearse-plumed head to the low carlines; at every motion of his colossal limbs, making the low cabin framework to shake, as when an African elephant goes passenger in a ship.
The fibres in the upper and lower layers, are long and horizontal; those of the middle one, very short, and running crosswise
between the outside layers.
In process of time, the rains wash off all the turf and grass aforesaid, move the logs hither and thither, in picturesque positions, up, down and crosswise
, with divers chasms and ruts of black mud intervening.
The wagons were outspanned side by side with a space between them, and into this space the mob of thirty-six oxen was driven and there secured by reims tied crosswise
from the front and hind wheels of the wagons.
One was a youth in glistening apparel, with a scarf of the rainbow pattern crosswise
on his breast.
When the two armies joined battle, the cranes would rush forward, flapping their wings and stretching out their necks, and would perhaps snatch up some of the Pygmies crosswise
in their beaks.
The ice-bridges had to be tested, and either Daylight or Kama went in advance, snowshoes on their feet, and long poles carried crosswise
in their hands.
His fore-legs and hind-legs tied lengthwise and crosswise
, he was carried head-downward the short distance to the place of slaughter and cooking, and flung to the earth in the midst of the score or more of dogs similarly tied and helpless.
These he tore lengthwise and crosswise
and dropped into the waste basket.
With the squid-stick, bluntly sharp at both ends, perhaps a foot long, and held crosswise
in the hand, the trick was to gouge any lazying squid until he closed his tentacles around fist, stick and arm.
I killed the Cossack, seized Renard by the arm, and laid him crosswise
before me on my horse like a sack of wheat.
But his constant jabbering not only annoyed Tarzan, who worked in silence, but suggested that later the black might raise his voice in cries for succor, so he stepped out of the cage, gathered a handful of grass and a small stick and returning, jammed the grass into Rabba Kega's mouth, laid the stick crosswise
between his teeth and fastened it there with the thong from Rabba Kega's loin cloth.