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Still, they scamper after their generalissimo in the end, and meanwhile he is much too dignified to look back.
SPANISH LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYL. HIGGIN AND EUGNE E. STREET
A great scamper ensued, as you may imagine, and then from each German trench burst out a heavy rifle fire.
Herds of deer scamper across its grassy slopes, and afford excellent stalking to the hospitable owner and his guests.
But how those astounded artillery men—those of them who could run at all—did scamper out of there.
There was a quick scamper of feet as Will stepped out, then silence!
In Their village is no living thing save mice Which scamper'd as we oped each cabin door.
The affrightened horses break from the descending carriage and scamper like zebras into the open fields of Ingleside.
THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON
THE cracked bell tinkled sweetly through her heart as she stood listening for the scamper of Juliet's feet.
Suddenly turn up the gas, and see the hurried scamper of the alarmed crowd.
There had been a pan of water in the place, but in his first terrified scamper he had upset this, and it had not been refilled.
LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND

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