They jetted into the bottles, and again nothing was left outside.
He jetted off to the right, but the monster veered instantly.
She appeared clad in a thin slip of transparent and jetted gauze.
Her shoulders were thrown back, her head was very erect, the jetted ornament on her bonnet shone like a warrior's crest.
A deep coughing sound troubled the stillness, way toward a wooded cape that jetted into the stream a mile distant.
Margaret cast the gown on the bed, revealing all its beauty of jetted lace and soft yellow silk with a dextrous sweep of her arm.
Maria, with a jetted jacket, yellow petticoat and reboza, was waiting for her husband.
Chuckling, Bud darted in pursuit, whacked the porpoise that had nudged him, and jetted off again.
And now Graham beheld men running down among the wind-wheels, pointing weapons from which jetted out little smoky flashes.
When the night of the reception came, the "problem" came in a new dress having a jetted front.