The women on the corn-rick--Marian, who was one of them, in particular--could stop to drink ale or cold tea from the flagon now and then, or to exchange a few gossiping remarks while they wiped their faces or cleared the fragments of straw and husk from their clothing; but for Tess there was no respite; for, as the drum never stopped, the man who fed it could not stop, and she, who had to supply the man with untied
sheaves, could not stop either, unless Marian changed places with her, which she sometimes did for half an hour in spite of Groby's objections that she was too slow-handed for a feeder.
I have untied
against you the club-footed vines, I have sent in the Jungle to swamp out your lines.
Perhaps," said Dorothy, "if you untied
him, he would go.
But when she untied Jerry, he stopped to thank her, wagging his tail and smiling up at her with his hazel-brown eyes.
The stick untied from Jerry's neck told the tale of her perfidy and incensed Lamai, who sprang between and deflected the blow with a stone poi-pounder that might have brained Jerry.
A lashed boat, a spare spar, a cask or what not secured about the decks, is "cast adrift" when it is untied
The old fellow, curious to know the true story of the Marionette's life, immediately untied
the rope which held his foot.
The Hazel-nut child fastened the diamond firmly under the stork's neck with a ribbon, and when he saw that the other storks were getting ready for their northern flight, he untied
the silk cord from his stork's wings, and away they went, getting nearer home every minute.
One of the prisoners, Grigoryev, went mad as soon as he was untied
, and never regained his sanity.
the handkerchief, separated her hair with his fingers, and stood looking down at the green insect.
As he walked swiftly along behind his grandfather, he untied
the string with which the four legs of the lamb were fastened together.
the skiff at the stern, slipped into it, and was soon rowing cautiously up- stream.