Protection grew fierce, and fanned the burning sense of wrong.
Tillie, at Mrs. McKee's, stood in the doorway and fanned herself with her apron.
Weary Willie stood up in his stirrups and fanned Glory with his hat.
An' then she set down in a chair, an' fanned herself with a newspaper.
It was all the nonsense contained in these stories that fanned Guillaume's irritation.
Sir John fanned himself gently with the newspaper, and nodded.
Coupeau had a cudgel, which he called his ass's fan, and he fanned his old woman.
It has the climate of Madeira, and is fanned by the sea-breezes that invigorate but do not chill.
Martha said nothing, fanned at a fly that crawled across his pillow.
The speed of the towing had fanned the smoldering destruction.