"But why—why—" Mrs. Whitney squeaked and panted, and her breath failed.
"This way," she panted, catching him by the coat, and pulling him toward the window.
How we surged and panted, and fought one another for our sacred lives!
"My dear, I am not contradicting; I am not well enough to contradict," panted poor Jenkins.
"My dear, it is of no use your talking; I must go to the office," he panted.
"You Americans—very keen," panted Caradoc in the midst of his rackings.
He stopped with a jerk, his hand went to his heart, and he panted and scowled with pain.
He paced his chamber in an agitated spirit, and panted for the Senate.
Worst of all, his mouth was open, and his chest could be seen to vibrate as he panted.
He panted and ceased to struggle, meditating some act of treachery.