that business consisted in fetching the Commodore's craft such a thwack
, that with all his pumps going he made straight for the nearest port to heave down and repair.
Not while I have a stout stick to thwack
your saucy bones
His pine tree went so deep into the ground, and stuck there so fast, that, before Antaeus could get it out, Hercules brought down his club across his shoulders with a mighty thwack
, which made the Giant roar as if ali sorts of intolerable noises had come screeching and rumbling out of his immeasurable lungs in that one cry.
Then your feelings are less superfine than I took them to be; you must be a coarse, callous character, to bear such a thwack
without staggering under it.
I had scrambled out of the coach and was instinctively settling my cravat, when somebody brushed roughly by me, and I heard a smart thwack upon the coachman's ear.
And then came a second thwack, aimed at the driver's other ear; but which missed it, and hit him on the nose, causing a terrible effusion of blood.
I cried, and with a single thwack
I felled the ruffian to the floor.
Hatfield, with his cane, administered a resounding thwack
upon the animal's skull, and sent it yelping back to me with a clamorous outcry that afforded the reverend gentleman great amusement: but seeing me so near, he thought, I suppose, he might as well be taking his departure; and, as I stooped to caress the dog, with ostentatious pity to show my disapproval of his severity, I heard him say: 'When shall I see you again, Miss Murray?
By the side of the column walked a huge red-headed bowman, with his hands thrown out in argument and expostulation, while close at his heels followed a little wrinkled woman who poured forth a shrill volley of abuse, varied by an occasional thwack
from her stick, given with all the force of her body, though she might have been beating one of the forest trees for all the effect that she seemed likely to produce.
I did not fall," said Sancho Panza, "but from the shock I got at seeing my master fall, my body aches so that I feel as if I had had a thousand thwacks
The soldiers left the room with him, pushing him before them with stout thwacks
, which Gringoire bore like a true stoical philosopher.
Razumov belaboured Ziemianitch with an insatiable fury, in great volleys of sounding thwacks