He dropped her arm and frowned.
He nodded and dropped his arms to his sides, moving lithely away from the tree.
He dropped a hand to her knee.
The dark shadow was Princess Mary, who had come up to the cot with noiseless steps, lifted the curtain, and dropped it again behind her.
His gaze dropped to her waist and an eyebrow shot up.
Pete threw his feet over the wagon seat and dropped to the ground.
Abruptly, he dropped her hand and turned away, marching off to his car.
It seemed that she had barely dropped off to sleep, before someone was pounding on her door.
With a final glance at the approaching figures, she dropped from the wagon seat and sauntered over to join the men at the cook fire.
He dropped the sticky pouch in her hand.
In despair she had dropped the subject for the time, only to renew it at the first opportunity.
A strange lady, the one who had been talking to the priests, rose and offered him her seat; an aide-de-camp picked up and returned a glove Pierre had dropped; the doctors became respectfully silent as he passed by, and moved to make way for him.
He dropped into the chair and glared at her.
The rays of the sun fell upon the trees, so that the twigs sparkled like diamonds and dropped in showers when we touched them.
When her attention was drawn to a marble slab inscribed with the name FLORENCE in relief, she dropped upon the ground as though looking for something, then turned to me with a face full of trouble, and asked, "Were is poor little Florence?"
Her sister dropped the portfolio.
She was putting plates on the table when the school bus dropped Jonathan off.
The phone rang several times and then dropped the call.
He dropped the saddle to the ground and slipped a halter over the horses' nose.
She took a quick step back and he dropped his hands.
A sharp pain shot through her ankle and a cry escaped her lips as she dropped back to the ground.
Instantly the hand dropped and he turned back down the trail, speaking over his shoulder.
Lisa dropped her pad and pencil on the couch and crossed the room, wondering who might be calling her on his telephone and why Yancey was screening her calls.
When he saw her, he dropped to her side, deep concern in his eyes.
She dropped the cloth and moved to the next object, which was obviously a painting.
She dropped the cloth as she heard tires crunching on gravel.
His gaze dropped to her neck and he reached out, lifting her chin to examine it.
He dropped her hands and grabbed her waist, pulling her close.
Something dropped on the ground beside her and she opened her eyes.
Grabbing an armful of the hay they had packed around the supplies in each wagon, she dropped it on the sand and the mules eagerly began devouring it.
What was going on behind those fantastic eyes, she couldn't say, but Pete's jaw must have dropped a mile.
Dessalles dropped his eyes.
Berthier, his chief of staff, dropped behind to question a Russian prisoner captured by the cavalry.
Several times his head dropped low as if it were falling and he dozed off.
"Look out!" came a frightened cry from a soldier and, like a bird whirring in rapid flight and alighting on the ground, a shell dropped with little noise within two steps of Prince Andrew and close to the battalion commander's horse.
The publican, taking advantage of the increased crowd, dropped behind and returned to his tavern.
She went up to him and with a swift, flexible, youthful movement dropped on her knees.
When Rostov entered the room, the princess dropped her eyes for an instant, as if to give the visitor time to greet her aunt, and then just as Nicholas turned to her she raised her head and met his look with shining eyes.
That fellow's dropped his sack and doesn't see it.
They gathered the fallen leaves that dropped of themselves from that withered tree--the French army--and sometimes shook that tree itself.
But Dolokhov restarted the conversation which had dropped and began putting direct questions as to how many men there were in the battalion, how many battalions, and how many prisoners.
Though Pierre, Natasha, Nicholas, Countess Mary, and Denisov had much to talk about that they could not discuss before the old countess--not that anything was hidden from her, but because she had dropped so far behindhand in many things that had they begun to converse in her presence they would have had to answer inopportune questions and to repeat what they had already told her many times: that so-and-so was dead and so-and-so was married, which she would again be unable to remember--yet they sat at tea round the samovar in the drawing room from habit, and Pierre answered the countess' questions as to whether Prince Vasili had aged and whether Countess Mary Alexeevna had sent greetings and still thought of them, and other matters that interested no one and to which she herself was indifferent.