But only as inseparable from the Symbolism, the under-tow, of his imagination.
It is simply to end by my telling you that I was drowned by the “under-tow”—actually drowned!
Each wave knocked him into a heap, and the under-tow pulled at him.
And sure enough it was under-tow, the mystery of which was simple.
The under-tow of embarrassment was worse than ever now, and threatened to drag him down.
The captain said the under-tow was so great that none could be saved in that way.
Therefore the less you say of the “under-tow,” the better for your own popularity among the wise men of the village.
Doubtless the under-tow carried her along, for she moved swiftly and yet the evening breezes were very faint.
There being little tide, a plunge into the sea may be enjoyed without danger from quicksands or under-tow.
The under-tow is not inconsiderable among the seething currents of life in a two-year-old mining-camp.