Mrs. Blair staggered to her feet, entangled by her skirt, and pitching like a ship at sea.
If mother Coupeau has left us nothing, it's no reason for pitching her into the ground like a dog.
We travelled from Merced to this place in our own wagons, pitching our tents every night.
Eliot doesn't like me, and he isn't going to let me do any pitching.
Of course, if he's pitching, ordinarily he'll do as well as he can on his own account.
There she lay, pitching and tossing very uneasily on the sea.
He fancied he had batted all kinds of pitching, but here was something new to him.
“All bunkum and wind,” said he, pitching them into a corner.
They were in a rage, pitching along in the dark under their heavy loads.
The ship was pitching and tossing worse than she had done yet.