They talked of books, of music—Christine played well in a dashing way.
Nothing was before him, save the foaming, dashing, measureless ocean.
This dashing young Barnacle, in a word, was likely to become a statesman, and to make a figure.
"You'd frighten them away, if you did," said Mrs. Jenkins, dashing some water into the teapot.
Dashing his one-eyed glasses on the table, he attacked the man.
She had heard the cry of her cub and was dashing to save him.
Is it in the room as I have seen it in my dreams, dashing the ceiling and the walls with red?
"It is no use to wait any longer," he said, after this dashing of his cup to the earth.
I almost yelled, dashing wildly into my room to wash my hands and get my violin.
Presently they were dashing into the midst of it, and everything was drowned in the splash and roar.