The Prospector, who was the third player, looked up from his "hand" and drummed the table with the ends of his dirty fingers.
His eyes were wild, his face was hot; he drained his glass at a draught, and drummed the table with his fingers.
The Pilot was silent for some time, and drummed the table with his fingers.
Father Edmund preaching at town cross against the wicked time and each remaining sin--and they had swept up her house and garden and drummed forth Ailsa and Tony, who were God knew where!
They sacked her house, they drummed the old woman and the youth, her servants, out of town.
The staccato of his voice drummed like a rude heel upon the Abbot’s now fevered desire.
His thoughts as he stood behind the bank counter, or drummed his restless heels against the legs of his high stool, were far away in fallow and stubble, or where the trout, that he could tickle as to the manner born, lay under the caving bank.
The Squire drummed for a moment with his fingers on the table.
He looked before him and drummed upon the table with his fingers.
He used to make foolish remarks, and sing loudly for hours together as he drummedon the table, and sometimes he insisted on dancing with Louisa and the children.
He drummed on the door and shouted at the top of his voice.
True, disputes with Tories sometimes led to blows, and mayhap some Albany watchman's Dutch noddle needed vinegar to soothe the flamms drummed upon it by a stout stick or ramrod resembling mine.
As Mr. Slosson had failed to notice the competition of his drumming, he drummed still louder.
And as Mr. Slosson continued to drum on the table and to look out of the window, Edward Henry also drummed on the table and looked out of the window.
When Edward Henry had finished the old man drummed on an enormous table, and said: "Yes, yes.
By way of reply the officer stooped and drummed a loud alarm on the sidewalk with his night-stick.
His fat pink fingers drummed uneasily on the cloth for a few moments.
To show his indifference he drummed with his knobby knuckles on the table and stared at the coffee-pot.
Detective-Inspector Waverley sat down and drummed nervously on his knees with the fingers of his left hand.
Sir Hilary Thornton drummedon his desk with his right hand.
Gavrila looked at Kapiton, and drummed with his fingers on the window-frame.
Maria Nikolaevna looked at him and drummed with her fingers on the table.
Chambers drummed idly on the arm of his chair, thinking.
Craven drummed his fingers idly on the arm of his chair.
The heavy drops drummed red and slow, The drops ran down as slow as fate-- Do ye hear them still?
He sucked in his cheeks and drummed on the edge of the shaft, where the water sounded all hollow.
Well, anyhow, they always drummed on their chests, like Sir Richard's did, before they went for people.
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