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Order was quickly restored, the blazing sail was torn down and bucketed, and the terrified sailors came back to their posts.
We bucketed down that hillside like men possessed, even Blenkiron sticking on manfully among the twists and turns and slithers.
GREENMANTLEJOHN BUCHAN
We felt no kinship to those at home who clung to creature comforts while we bucketed among the stars risking our lives and more.
THE PEACEMAKERALFRED COPPEL
The tiny cart rocked as the pony bucketed down the dip of the road and whirled it through the gates and up the short drive.
REGIMENT OF WOMENCLEMENCE DANE
A soldier becomes a rider by being bucketed about on a bareback horse, or he dies.
PONY TRACKSFREDERIC REMINGTON
And outside the winch groaned and squeaked, down below the pump thumped and bucketed.
COMMANDWILLIAM MCFEE
The man who rode my pony would find him a slow traveller, and I pitied the poor beast bucketed along by an angry rider.
PRESTER JOHNJOHN BUCHAN
I've bucketed him up hill and down dale; obliged to, you know.
NELL, OF SHORNE MILLSCHARLES GARVICE
I knew it was hopeless; even as I did so he bucketed and failed to respond.
FANNY GOES TO WARPAT BEAUCHAMP
I took the first turning, and bucketed along a narrow woodland road.
GREENMANTLEJOHN BUCHAN

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