Zeb walked down again to unharness
Jim, who, when he found himself free, rolled over a few times and then settled down to sleep, with Eureka nestling comfortably beside his big, boney body.
the remains of a once cow from the plow, insert them in a hydraulic press, and when you shall have acquired a teaspoon of that pale-blue juice which a German superstition regards as milk, modify the malignity of its strength in a bucket of tepid water and ring up the breakfast.
To stand with relaxed muscles and with unharnessed
will: that is the hardest for all of you, ye sublime ones!
Their business was so important that they decided to push on, despite the darkness and the mutterings of an approaching storm, which eventually broke upon them just as they arrived opposite the "Spook House." The lightning was so incessant that they easily found their way through the gateway and into a shed, where they hitched and unharnessed
I climbed up into the loft and threw down the hay for her, while she unharnessed
Then the mice were unharnessed
from the truck and scampered away through the grass to their homes.
Immediately several men appeared, who unharnessed
the smoking horses, and put the carriage into a coach house.
After loading there was a long delay before the horses were brought, these having been unharnessed
during the ridding; but at length, about two o'clock, the whole was under way, the cooking-pot swinging from the axle of the waggon, Mrs Durbeyfield and family at the top, the matron having in her lap, to prevent injury to its works, the head of the clock, which, at any exceptional lurch of the waggon, struck one, or one-and-a-half, in hurt tones.
The first thing he saw on riding up to the space where Tushin's guns were stationed was an unharnessed
horse with a broken leg, that lay screaming piteously beside the harnessed horses.
The Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger were unharnessed
from the chariot and allowed to roam at will throughout the palace, where they nearly frightened the servants into fits, although they did no harm at all.
On those occasions, when a servant had given me notice, my custom was to go immediately to the door, and, after paying my respects, to take up the coach and two horses very carefully in my hands (for, if there were six horses, the postillion always unharnessed
four,) and place them on a table, where I had fixed a movable rim quite round, of five inches high, to prevent accidents.
Here they unharnessed
the mules and turned them out to feed on the sweet juicy herbage that grew by the water side.