Then calling for a taxi-cab, he whizzed away to the Grand Central station.
Lucky he was quick on the duck, for the glass just whizzed over the top of his head.
I began to fire with my comrades, reckless of 113the bullets that whizzed about me.
Suddenly they discharged several arrows upon Tonti and Membré, which whizzed by, fortunately, without hitting them.
I thought he recognised us as he whizzed along, and I guess he did, too.
We whizzed on, for it was an express train, and for a little while we didn't speak.
Off they went to the station and then into New York they whizzed by train.
He stared at the four Elizabethans and said nothing at all as he whizzed by.
As she spoke an arrow, entering between the palisades, whizzed past her.
The hours whizzed past, and my penholder was nibbled half away.