Allen was mounted on the major's charger, and was ordered to swim the river.
He was not fair to Vavasor; he never asked if he could swim.
But indeed Vavasor could swim, well enough, only he did not see the necessity for it.
In his hurry, Campbell missed his footing, and fell overboard:—he could not swim.
I could not swim a stroke; and I sang out, lustily, for help.
In the end, it will be seen by what a terrific lesson I finally learned to swim.
Her boat would not swim, and she had not a spare spar on board her.
I could not swim a stroke, and it crossed my mind to get one of the sweeps to keep me afloat.
They are cousins to the mermaids, that swim in the salt water.
"You know—Sid—he could swim perfectly," she said persuasively.