Dulce turned, and for a moment Carmen thought she might strike her.
I must be sure before I strike and not leave the psychic one behind to torment me.
While I followed them shopping I never imagined I'd be allotted the opportunity accomplish a daring strike so successfully and leave without a trace!
His reminded her of a cobra about to strike, though he'd pulled the gun up to his shoulder.
He saw his sister drop after the strike of a sword.
His sword defended him as if possessed, yet when he went to strike, he found his blows ill timed and clumsy.
She snapped into motion, but he deflected her next strike as easily as he had those of the vamps he killed.
It was as Martha described—green, with the familiar Lucky Strike label in red at the center.
Look and see who's selling the other ones—the other Lucky Strike tins!
The idea of watching Darkyn strike her down made him eager to see blood spill.
He hacked down one, and the other managed to get in one strike before it, too, fell.
Gabriel froze mid-strike at his words and lowered the bo.
When set, the eldest demonstrated a simple strike and block, then corrected her form as she followed his example.
After several attempts, the two older boys were satisfied and moved onto another strike and then another block.
You don't strike me as the type to feed ducks.
She wanted to strike out at someone - anyone, but there was no one to blame for this situation.
The jets came from the west, beyond the river, a realization that didn't register until the ground shook under the impact of the first laser missile strike dropped.
I don't think you called in this strike, Brady answered, looking over the flattened city grimly.
Gabe, does it ever strike you as odd that Death hasn't found us?
Does swimming alone late at night strike you as in character for Byrne?
"I'm just calling to check if any of your body parts are still on strike," she said cheerily when he returned her call.
Anything that would indicate where his next strike would fall.
She rolled away from the second strike but the third tore through her, frying her from the inside out.
Alarmed, Taran turned in time to see the man with eyes the color of Vara's strike his father down.
When the time comes, strike him down, he instructed.
In a nanosecond she realized that the snake was going to strike Ed.
Aaron didn't strike her as being that shallow.
Didn't that strike you as dangerous?
Her first strike might as well have been in slow motion; no one moved like he did with brute strength that flattened her after a particularly harsh block.
Instinctively, he blocked another strike of lightening while absorbing a second.
With him the reciprocal action of mind and body is altogether denied; they resemble two clocks, so made by the artificer as to strike the same hour together.
A strike of the Newcastle miners, after lasting twenty-nine weeks, came to an end in January 1890, and throughout the rest of the year there was great unrest in Labour circles.
She nestled herself comfortably in Dorothy's lap until the kitten gave a snarl of jealous anger and leaped up with a sharp claw fiercely bared to strike Billina a blow.
The huge forms of these monarchs of the forest and jungle were enough to strike terror to the stoutest heart, and it is no wonder Jim was afraid to face them.
He heard the clock strike ten.
It lacked only one minute till the bell would strike the time for dismissal.
There are fine things in Balzac and passages in Merimee which strike one like a keen blast of sea air.
There is no reason why she should strike from her vocabulary all words of sound and vision.
There is a certain class of unbelievers who sometimes ask me such questions as, if I think that I can live on vegetable food alone; and to strike at the root of the matter at once--for the root is faith--I am accustomed to answer such, that I can live on board nails.
It seemed to me that I never had heard the town-clock strike before, nor the evening sounds of the village; for we slept with the windows open, which were inside the grating.
Yes, it was like a dream in which a man fancies that a ruffian is coming to attack him, and raises his arm to strike that ruffian a terrible blow which he knows should annihilate him, but then feels that his arm drops powerless and limp like a rag, and the horror of unavoidable destruction seizes him in his helplessness.
"Isn't it fine, eh, Uncle Ignat?" said the boy, suddenly beginning to strike the keyboard with both hands.