A high mast was fixed on the frame, held firmly by metallic lashings
, to which was attached a large brigantine sail.
Poor Pinocchio, whether he liked it or not, had to learn all these wonderful things; but it took him three long months and cost him many, many lashings
before he was pronounced perfect.
She would then say, "Take that, you ~black gip!~" con- tinuing, "If you don't move faster, I'll move you!" Added to the cruel lashings
to which these slaves were subjected, they were kept nearly half-starved.
At the recurring thought, Tara of Helium could feel her whole body burning with scarlet shame and then she went suddenly white and cold with rage; whereupon she turned her flier about so abruptly that she was all but torn from her lashings
upon the flat, narrow deck.
Cast the lashings
adrift, you-all, and wade into it!"
He stood on the ground and looked up at us, snarling, lashing
his tail, snapping at the stones that fell near to him.
Only the biggest boys, and young ladies of eighteen and twenty, escaped lashing
Queequeg and I were mildly employed weaving what is called a sword-mat, for an additional lashing
to our boat.
At the last, wearied, even with sensations of sickness from the nervous strain put upon himself by his own anger, he lay down in the middle of the floor, lashing
his tail, hating with his eyes, and accepting the clinging thing about his neck which he had learned he could not get rid of.
Holding by a shroud, Starbuck was standing on the quarter-deck; at every flash of the lightning glancing aloft, to see what additional disaster might have befallen the intricate hamper there; while Stubb and Flask were directing the men in the higher hoisting and firmer lashing
of the boats.
I proceeded to experiment, lashing
and wedging the steering-oar until the boat held on fairly well by the wind without my assistance.
The beast, with lashing
tail, stood over an Indian upon whom it seemed to have sprung from some lair, beating the unfortunate man to the ground.