The two youths jumped with all their strength to reach the departing galley.
One of these youths, fancying himself a mimic, had imitated the Moslems.
The youths, gripping tightly their rifles and muskets, waited.
Homer pictures the youths and the maidens pressing the vines together.
Most of them were Shopton youths, but some, evidently, were strangers in town.
I turned ...