Bute's twinkling eyes, or the flicks
of yellow that the rushlight threw on the dreary darkened ceiling.
Finding it past all rousing for the time, she slowly gets upon her feet, with an air of disappointment, and flicks
the face with the back of her hand in turning from it.
He saw birds come and dip their heads to drink in it and then flick
their wings and fly away.
them in the face with a wet towel, and flick
Each beast was called by name, the weakest first, and woe betide any dog that moved out of his turn; for the tapering lash would shoot out like thonged lightning, and flick away an inch or so of hair and hide.
Every Inuit boy prides himself as being a master of the long lash; but it is easy to flick at a mark on the ground, and difficult to lean forward and catch a shirking dog just behind the shoulders when the sleigh is going at full speed.
From time to time a greenish wave of the Northern Lights would roll across the hollow of the high heavens, flick like a flag, and disappear; or a meteor would crackle from darkness to darkness, trailing a shower of sparks behind.
He gives his cuffs a flick
, and starts in to make things jolly all round by telling a story about a man he knows named Wotherspoon.
In his youth One Eye had once sniffed too near a similar, apparently inert ball of quills, and had the tail flick
out suddenly in his face.
And this persists even when from practice and through growing callousness of fibre we come to the point when nothing that we meet in that rapid blinking stumble across a flick
of sunshine--which our life is--nothing, I say, which we run against surprises us any more.
And at a distance of a quarter of an inch from her chin he administered the slightest flick
of a tap.
A court case against Michael McAdam and Gabrielle Tolan over food poisoning allegedly associated with Flicks
in Belfast was adjourned yesterday to allow completion of a food hygiene report.