Vee insists on talkin' it over later, as we are camped in one of them swing seats out on the veranda.
"Torchy, Private Sec." by Sewell Ford
Seems easy to swing a driver and crack out the little white ball.
"Torchy and Vee" by Sewell Ford
He tiptoed up on the porch and stretched out on the swinging lounge.
"A Son of the City" by Herman Gastrell Seely
To her horror she found her body swinging out from the side of the house!
"The Corner House Girls at School" by Grace Brooks Hill
But don't you be afraid, he don't get none out of me, not if I swings for it.
"Reginald Cruden" by Talbot Baines Reed
Finally everything is ready, and the two boats slowly swing out into mid-stream.
"The Willoughby Captains" by Talbot Baines Reed
Well, perhaps we'll swing around next time far enough for us to stretch out and give Shack a helping hand.
"Afloat on the Flood" by Lawrence J. Leslie
They all kick a bit at the thought of an office desk, but nine out of ten enjoy the life when they get into the swing.
"Big Game" by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
With a sudden swinging movement he sends it sprawling out on the ice, where his comrade is waiting to dispatch it with his axe.
"Winter Adventures of Three Boys" by Egerton R. Young
The next I was out of my cot and close to the window, waiting for an opportunity to make a snatch at the object swinging to and fro.
"Sail Ho!" by George Manville Fenn
Nimble took the opportunity of swinging himself out of their reach.
"On the Banks of the Amazon" by W.H.G. Kingston
Swinging the latter over my shoulder I crept noiselessly out of the room and down stairs.
"Dick Cheveley" by W. H. G. Kingston
Thus marched he out, swaggering down the streets, and swinging his twig of almond-tree in his hand.
"The Pacha of Many Tales" by Frederick Marryat
But he still kept stretching out his arms and swinging his body to and fro.
"The Myth of Hiawatha, and Other Oral Legends, Mythologic and Allegoric, of the North American Indians" by Henry R. Schoolcraft
He pulled out the table from the wall to the centre of the apartment, with a swing that produced a prolonged crash.
"The Lighthouse" by R.M. Ballantyne
Myrtle went out to the swing.
"Mitch Miller" by Edgar Lee Masters
He wrenched it out of the sailor's hand and bounded away with a shout, swinging it over his head.
"Sunk at Sea" by R.M. Ballantyne
On getting out from among the trees we caught sight of an elephant going along at full swing across the plain.
"Adventures in Africa" by W.H.G. Kingston
Folks that don't swing in line with their ways they get froze out.
"The Man Next Door" by Emerson Hough
The rapid swing of it barely swerved the heavy boat out of the course of sure disaster.
"Swept Out to Sea" by W. Bertram Foster
Give me the tiller; up with the sail!
Now let her swing to the breeze.
Out to sea with a dripping rail,
To sea, with a heart at ease!
"To Sea!" by Cale Young Rice
It is better, O day, that you go to your rest,
For you go like a guest who was loth to remain!
Swing open, ye gates of the east and the west,
And let out the wild shadows — the night and the rain.
"Sunset" by Henry Kendall
The "Bride" o' Leith swings out to sea,
Breasting the snow-white foam,
And the pier is thronged with waving hands,
For she has far to roam;
Her sails are white in the morning light:
God send her safely home!
"The "Bride" Of Leith" by Cicely Fox Smith
Now a daring climber, she
Mounts the tallest forest tree—
Out along the giddy branches doth she go;
And her tassels, silver-white,
Down swinging through the night,
Mark the pillow of the Spirit of the Snow.
"The Spirit Of The Snow" by Denis Florence MacCarthy
And her sweet red lips on these lips of mine
Burned like the ruby fire set
In the swinging lamp of a crimson shrine,
Or the bleeding wounds of the pomegranate,
Or the heart of the lotus drenched and wet
With the spilt-out blood of the rose-red wine.
"In the Gold Room - a Harmony" by Oscar Wilde
When April comes with softly shining eyes,
And daffodils bound in her wind-blown hair,
Oh, she will coax all clouds from out the skies,
And every day will bring some sweet surprise,--
The swallows will come swinging through the air
When April comes!
"When April Comes!" by Virna Sheard
Both Steve Southerland and Al Lawson came out swinging in the 20 minute debate in Panama City.
Charleston Jazz Orchestra's SWING OUT debut.
Bob Mintzer Big Band Swing Out MCG Jazz.
Finding Out What Makes You Happy, Then Taking A Swing At It .
Autonomy founder Mike Lynch came out swinging in response to HP's fraud allegations.
Building Better Bats to Take the Sting Out of the Swing.
Kapolei came out swinging first with a 20-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter from junior quarterback Aizon Kahana to sophomore Alton Julius.
Al- One is coming out swinging with this track from his EP dropping June 7th for FREE.
Boston Red Sox's Adrian Gonzalez, right, reacts as he strikes out swinging more.
The campaign isn't ruling out additional swing-state appearances as well.
Charlie Sheen has come out swinging against Capri Anderson, who officially filed a criminal complaint against the actor Monday, reported TMZ.com.
Republican candidates come out swinging at one another, Obama during Iowa debate.
It turns out a shirtless old man swinging a giant flaming wooden hammer at a watermelon IS actually pretty cool.
In their latest slugfest, it was the Thunder who came out swinging but Zach Randolph and the Grizzlies got the win.
Times Public Editor Margaret 'The Slugger ' Sullivan Comes Out Swinging.