"I've been a fool," said Eileen, tugging at the pearls viciously.
"It wasn't anything," said Grant shortly, tugging at a boot.
Tugging at rope and at reef, while men weep and women swoon.
"I wish I could go with you," he cried, tugging at his white moustache.
"Then come back now and tell her," said Diana, tugging at him as if to make him turn.
This last was addressed ...