There must be something," returned Matt, "to stretch out fellows like Whistler and Jurgens as we see them.
She said she looked into the smoke and saw Whistler and those other fellows coming," muttered Dick.
We've got to scatter those fellows into the timber or they'll put a hole in the gas bag or do some damage to the motor.
Illustration] By this we may see how these fellows can jest upon things, the thoughts of which should make them tremble.
We are stronger than they, and dare bid open battle to Jove himself, though you and all your fellows of the earth join with him.
We are almost in the very heart of that "mob" on whose "fellow-feeling of vulgarity" the fellows who grind the organ rely to sustain them in their outrageous behavior.
As Dirck expressed it, "We two fellows had played our games out, and were waiting till we strike another that was high enough for our style.
He was always on the side of law and order, and being one of the most popular fellows in his class, threw the whole weight of his popularity in favor of the faculty, rather than against them.
On this subject he pushed enquiries among his little play-fellows and the elderly negroes, but could get no satisfactory solution, except that some remembered that their fathers and mothers were stolen from Africa.
And whether or no Jefferson Davis and his fellows in the rebel government were actually aiding and abetting in this particular crime, it has not been unjust nor unnatural to suspect them of it.
I know it is hard for you young fellows to speak out.
I'm going to give a few of you fellows a chance to herd sheep to-day," he announced, cooling his coffee so that it would not actually scald his palate.
They confiscated the rifles, and they told the fellowswhy they did so.
You fellows don't want to get excited and go to shooting," he warned, while they were still out of hearing of the herders.
Don't you fellows waste any time worrying over me!
When Slim stopped, his jaw quivered like a dish of disturbed jelly, and I wish I could give you his tone; choppy, every sentence an accusation that should have made those fellows wince.
Some of you fellows will have to take the trail up on the hill, and meet us outside the fence, so when we chase 'em through you can make a good job of it this time.
It's that bunch youfellows tackled last night," said Weary miserably.
For in the West we are divided from our fellows by our sense of smell.
Of course it was very sad, but the taipan could hardly help a smile when he thought how many of those young fellows he had drunk underground.
I suppose one gets selfish out here, I felt awfully sore, but I gave a big dinner party to all the fellows here the day she was married, and we all got blind.
You could hire an interpreter for twenty-five dollars a month and it was well known that all thosefellows who went in for Chinese grew queer in the head.
Well, you young fellows know me, know that I am not a mere sentimentalist or believer in every humbug that is the fashion of the moment.
It's no use for you fellows to grumble," Jim Freeman said with a laugh, he having come up just in time to hear the useless words.
As she came up I could see Darius at the tiller, with Jim beside him, and the other two fellows lounging forward.
The other fellows will stay here with you, sir, and the door must not be opened without good reason.
Those who had turned in, as sensible fellows should have done, were awake and on the alert in due season, while I who believed the safety of the schooner devolved upon myself, slept until the Britishers were ready to begin operations.
My friends are fellows from the market, and all my worthless family is dead.
ISHAK (Giving him money) You are valiant fellows and, I am convinced, considerably underpaid.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "fellows" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.