Shortly after the nuptials, the Eagle said, "Fly off
and bring me back the ostrich you promised me." The Kite, soaring aloft into the air, brought back the shabbiest possible mouse, stinking from the length of time it had lain about the fields.
It looks very funny, but it is so perfectly balanced a gait that you can fly off from it at any angle you please, and in dealing with snakes this is an advantage.
Darzee, if you have a grain of sense you will fly off to the stables and pretend that your wing is broken, and let Nagaina chase you away to this bush.
Why should he pay her such attentions as to make her quarrel with my brother, and then fly off
This is all very well, but when he tries to kick a fly off
the top of his head with his hind foot, it is too much variety.
The castle said it was not uncommon for young birds of prey to spread their wings and fly off
for a few days.
FIA said that all three Afghan females who wanted to fly off
London through bogus documents hailed from same family.
Here's something that's true, When bologna fills you, Be sure not to fly off
PLANS to have fighter jets fly off
the deck of Britain's new supercarrier at the ship's naming ceremony have been ditched - because of an engine scare.
Those afflicted leave piles of snow and ice on their vehicles, so they can fly off
into someone's windshield, possibly causing injury, or even death from a resulting accident.
Unsecured doors or panels can fly off
their hinges in flight, damaging the aircraft or worse.
HOLIDAY-MAKERS will soon have to dig even deeper if they fly off
for a well-earned break.