Disco, speechless with amazement, rose up and sprang to the helm.
Harold lay down and gasped, Disco followed his example, and sighed.
Disco assumed a severely thoughtful expression of countenance.
When Disco first saw this ungainly monster he was bereft of speech for some minutes.
“Just what was running in my own mind, Disco,” said Harold, musing over his supper.
Disco, taken completely by surprise, omitted his wonted “Hallo!”
The natives yelled with delight, and Disco cheered in sympathy.
It fell, much to the satisfaction of Disco, of whom it happened to be in pursuit at the time.
Kambira and Disco, with Antonio and Jumbo, sat round the same fire.
We need not say that our friends Harold and Disco had no such propensities.