Then would come the rhythm--a clapping of hands; the beating of a stick upon a log; the example of one that leaped with repetitions; or the chanting of one that uttered, explosively
and regularly, with inflection that rose and fell, "A-bang, a-bang!
"I suppose you've heard that blackguard has deserted her," he cried explosively
"Gracious--how romantic!" at last broke explosively
"And you?" the other man blurted explosively
"Yes, I ate it, plenty of it, a whole plateful!" Bertie cried explosively
, like a diver suddenly regaining breath.
Smythe, however, made no allusion to the ultimate ground of their antagonism, but said simply and explosively
, "Has Miss Hope seen that thing on the window?"
"I'll tell you what you think," he said explosively
, but not raising his voice.
I smiled at him gently, and as if encouraged or provoked, he completed his thought rather explosively
All at once he broke out explosively
, " Pasque-Dieu !" What people are those who claim to be voyers, justiciaries, lords and masters in our domains?
He was particularly bad with his "b's," and his "th's" softened towards weak "z'ds." He called Bert explosively
, "Pooterage." He began with some indistinct civilities, bowed, took a folding-table and chair from behind the door, put the former between himself and Bert, sat down on the latter, coughed drily, and opened his portfolio.
MUSIC Talisk In their five years, Scottish firebrands Talisk have stacked up several major awards for their explosively
energetic yet artfully woven sound, including 2017's Folk Band of the Year at the BBC Alba Scots Trad Music Awards, and a BBC Radio 2 Folk Award.
Bending at the elbow, curl the band up explosively
to around your upper chest, fully contracting your biceps.