But he had no arms at all, and, seeing this, the Scarecrow did not fear that so helpless a creature could prevent them from climbing the hill
. So he said, "I'm sorry not to do as you wish, but we must pass over your hill whether you like it or not," and he walked boldly forward.
was dangerous, we knew, And knew that we must take it; The law was strong,--that too we knew Yet dared to break it.
Lucie climbed upon the stile and looked up at the hill
behind Little-town-a hill that goes up--up--into the clouds as though it had no top!
The ascent of the hill
of the citadel is very steep, and we proceeded rather slowly.
I had joined the party, and had a moment's leisure to examine them before the echo of Ethan's blast returned from the hill
. Not one, but many echoes had caught up the harsh and tuneless sound, untwisted its complicated threads, and found a thousand aerial harmonies in one stern trumpet tone.
The people assembled; Mahomet called the hill
to come to him, again and again; and when the hill
stood still, he was never a whit abashed, but said, If the hill
will not come to Mahomet, Mahomet will go to the hill
The Danes held the camp and the slope where we are standing--the whole crown of the hill
, in fact.
Sir Nathaniel, without speaking, led the way to the east, down the hill
. When they had descended and risen again, they found themselves on the eastern brink of a steep hill.
I do not know what they knew of the things happening beyond the hill
, nor do I know if the silent houses I passed on my way were sleeping securely, or deserted and empty, or harassed and watching against the terror of the night.
Then the sun came out, and drew forth the good incense of the deodars and the rhododendrons, and that far-off, clean smell which the Hill
people call "the smell of the snows." The hot sunshine lasted for a week, and then the rains gathered together for their last downpour, and the water fell in sheets that flayed off the skin of the ground and leaped back in mud.
He walked up hill in the mire by the side of the mail, as the rest of the passengers did; not because they had the least relish for walking exercise, under the circumstances, but because the hill
, and the harness, and the mud, and the mail, were all so heavy, that the horses had three times already come to a stop, besides once drawing the coach across the road, with the mutinous intent of taking it back to Blackheath.
She was gone to Sloman's End, a hamlet about three miles off, over the hill
, the old woman told him--had set off directly after morning chapel, to preach in a cottage there, as her habit was.