He would rear, or lash out with his hind legs, but he would not 138 move on.
"The lazy brutes, I'll show them," he cried, preparing to lash out at them with the whip.
It does him good to lash out; but we must not agree with him when he's wrong.
You lash out with your hind legs at an inoffensive school-fellow, with all the viciousness of a kangaroo, eh?
The big whistle boomed again, dead ahead, and so much nearer that it provoked the skipper to lash out a round oath.
Just at that moment, he would have given a million dollars for the skill to lash out a long hit.
Yes, stoop that ferocious-looking head, and shake it; and lash out with your death-dealing hoofs.
And suppose he begins to twissen himself up in a knot and lash out with his tail?
Argument on the point was insufferable, and it only made him lash out worse, as he interrupted her.
Swiftly he was off the low cot and on his feet looking for the speaker, arms ready to lash out and hit.