"You let me step in," answered Mattie, a determined foot on the sill.
Presently the rod must have tapped the sill, with such a start did she face about.
In a moment he had slipped over the sill and stood upon the porch.
She put her elbows on the sill of the window and rested her face in her hands.
I'll get on the sill and see what I can do through the top o' the window.
He mechanically stretched out a hand and felt along the sill.
He landed on his back upon the nets, sill and a foot of boarding in his hands.
Brandt and I stepped forward over the sill—and drew up short.
He would get up early in the morning, and reached the sill of the door with the sun.
"I have come to beg your pardon, May," said Charles, as he stood on the sill of her door.