Her pity for Priscilla went through and through her in wave after wave.
It was a cold light, and the chill of it went through Andrew.
But he doesn't know what I went through for always taking his part.
So, she went through the inferno of days and nights in a dreariness of suffering that was deadly.
You see, the day we went through the hospital, it was hot, and we went to Henderson's for soda-water.
They shook hands again; and Rico went through the garden-gate, and away.
It was moonlight, and I went through the streets with boyish confidence.
As we went through the place, I got leave to go to a house and ask for a drink of milk.
Siegfried went through the brush in the direction from which the monster had come.
Still holding it; she rose, and went through the bars into the dewy lane.