First I taught them that they could not unseat
me, and even rapped them sharply between the ears to impress upon them my authority and mastery.
I could not offer the book for publication, for I was afraid it would unseat
the reader's reason, I did not know what was the matter with it, for I had not noticed, as yet, that it was two stories in one.
So he went stumbling along now stepping into a deep hole, now stumbling over a boulder in a manner that threatened to unseat
his rider or plunge them both clear under current.
Not only were they new to her, and contrary to her own beliefs, but she always felt in them germs of truth that threatened to unseat
or modify her own convictions.
I must be careful of such dreams, for they would unseat
one's reason if there were too much of them.
Another bound of my flying steed would bring me to the door of Holmes, whom I mention last, because Pegasus would certainly unseat
me the next minute, and claim the poet as his rider.'
The following day I fashioned a hackamore from a piece which I cut from the end of my long Galu rope, and then I mounted him fully prepared for a struggle of titanic proportions in which I was none too sure that he would not come off victor; but he never made the slightest effort to unseat
me, and from then on his education was rapid.
"God knows I have!--a trouble which is enough to unseat
my reason, so sudden and so terrible is it.
It was so sudden that Lady Anne was nearly unseated
, but she soon recovered herself.
In an instant it reared up upon its hind legs with a snort of rage, and pranced and tossed in a way that would have unseated
any but a most skilful rider.
We were compelled to jump over upwards of eighteen hundred donkeys, and only one person in the party was unseated
less than sixty times by the camels.
The mare made one wild plunge which would have unseated
any ordinary person, but her rider never even moved in his saddle.