The tomahawk grazed
her shoulder, and cutting the withes which bound her to the tree, left the maiden at liberty to fly.
It just grazed
his head, and shivered into a thousand pieces against the post of the door.
George sprang backward,--Eliza uttered a shriek,--the ball had passed close to his hair, had nearly grazed
the cheek of his wife, and struck in the tree above.
and I went; and Dora leaned out of the carriage to talk to me, and we talked all the rest of the way; and I rode my gallant grey so close to the wheel that I grazed
his near fore leg against it, and 'took the bark off', as his owner told me, 'to the tune of three pun' sivin' - which I paid, and thought extremely cheap for so much joy.
Nothing that he wore then, fitted him or seemed to belong to him; and everything that he wore then, grazed
My mother sat down on the grass and nursed her baby, while I played round her, and the cow grazed
Nor did ISRAEL scape Th' infection when their borrow'd Gold compos'd The Calf in OREB: and the Rebel King Doubl'd that sin in BETHEL and in DAN, Lik'ning his Maker to the Grazed
Ox, JEHOVAH, who in one Night when he pass'd From EGYPT marching, equal'd with one stroke Both her first born and all her bleating Gods.
He felt dissatisfied, therefore, when, looking around, he found himself deeply involved in woods, through which indeed there were many open glades, and some paths, but such as seemed only formed by the numerous herds of cattle which grazed
in the forest, or by the animals of chase, and the hunters who made prey of them.
I told him, "we had great numbers; that in summer they grazed
in the fields, and in winter were kept in houses with hay and oats, where YAHOO servants were employed to rub their skins smooth, comb their manes, pick their feet, serve them with food, and make their beds.
At this moment the door of the house opened, and a large plate came skimming out, straight at the Footman's head: it just grazed
his nose, and broke to pieces against one of the trees behind him.
When the priest scolded him, Mowgli threatened to put him on the donkey too, and the priest told Messua's husband that Mowgli had better be set to work as soon as possible; and the village head-man told Mowgli that he would have to go out with the buffaloes next day, and herd them while they grazed
The fourth and fifth archers barely grazed