Slipping her arm about Evelyn, Grace drew her toward the stairs.
The old night watchman had a way of slipping up on one nodding.
Stoliker produced a key and unlocked the manacles, slipping them into his pocket.
It was like slipping on a bit of orange peel in the dark and breaking your leg.
"I'll take it, then," said Bywater, slipping it into his pocket.
"I thought as much," said Pembroke, slipping them into his pocket.
Sure, such a horse for slipping from under one was never bestridden by man.'
Slipping quietly from my couch, so as not to wake the mate, I stole upon deck.
Her sleeves were rolled up and her camisole was slipping down her shoulders.
He felt it slipping down into his empty stomach, like a steam of molten lead.