A still more aged "wheeze" bobs up in the pages of Mr. Hueffer.
He bobs up, ever and anon, in the history of hunting down to the present.
She bobs up so suddenly from nowhere and disappears as rapidly into the nowhere.
If one seems to get the best of him for a bit, he bobs up serenely directly, and comes out on top.
If the length of the wave is greater than the diameter of the cork, the cork just bobs up and down and stays where it is.
Then the autosuggestion "bobs up," common sense is side-tracked, we toss and worry—and of course stay awake.
Every few months she bobs up over a week-end, but that doesn't give her time even to visit some of the places she's after.
Here it bobs up and down as the mother handles the hoe, stamps or grinds the meal, or goes about her cooking.
He bobs up in offices, on the streets, in hotel lobbies, everywhere and at all times.
If the canoe capsizes, the Eskimo cannot fall out, but bobs up immediately.