He hastily reached for the light switch.
She scrambled from underneath the wagon and hastily threw her blankets under the seat.
Dean did not suggest that Officer Larkin who answered the 911 call in Jake Weller's absence had acted hastily, though in his mind he questioned the shooting.
He hastily dialed Cynthia's mother's number, as Fred stood guard at the slightly opened door.
He hastily reached into his cargo pocket and retrieved the keypad.
The entrance under the facility was hastily dug but the tunnel running beneath the facility had thick metal walls and concrete floors and was lit by battery-operated lanterns.
Dean only half remembered hastily packing his tent and gear, washing up and putting away a plate of waffles and fruit.
"I mean, if you're sleeping on the floor, you can sleep on my floor," Jonny added hastily, once again the teenager who'd been in love with her for months.
Carmen hastily began dressing.
She hastily withdrew her hand, her cheeks burning again.
Standing in the kitchen, she snatched a pen from her purse and hastily scribbled a note.
17), the attacks continued with increasing fury (nearly 1000 whites losing their lives) until the 23rd of September, when hastily-raised volunteer forces under Colonel H.
On his appearance the Scots hastily changed front and took post on Branxton Hill, facing north.
The Federal capital was at the moment almost denuded of troops, and forces hastily despatched from the James only arrived just in time to save it.
"Never mind," answered the Prince, hastily, "she will be all right for a few days longer, and it is best for me to rule until I can dispose of you strangers, who have come to our land uninvited and must be attended to at once."
For most men, it appears to me, are in a strange uncertainty about it, whether it is of the devil or of God, and have somewhat hastily concluded that it is the chief end of man here to "glorify God and enjoy him forever."
That morning's attack on the wagons had been made so hastily that the Frenchmen with the wagons had all been killed; only a little drummer boy had been taken alive, and as he was a straggler he could tell them nothing definite about the troops in that column.
Evidently it has to be so, said he to himself, and hastily undressing he got into bed, happy and agitated but free from hesitation or indecision.
"No, I am not going," Pierre replied hastily, in a surprised tone and as though offended.