I carried my sticks up them, and made up my pile of wood in the mouth of it.
Oh, that is a part of the limb,” said some of the people: “it sticks up in that way.
He was putting the sticks up till daylight, when he had to stop.
His hair, too, is ugly; he cuts it short and it sticks up like that on a cat's back.
When you drop a knife or fork, and it sticks up in the floor, you will have good luck.
I see, you got a job to carry up pails of water from that thing that sticks up in the road?
When the negro steersman sits on one end of it, that end tilts down near the ground, while the other sticks up high in air.
He's making himself miserable because the Peacock has a tail that sticks up higher than his.
I hope your sister is quite well, comforts you, and sticks up for me when you abuse me to her or doubt me.
They have wings, and have exceedingly long lips, one of which sticks up in the air, while the other hangs down.