1 From the grass rose a fresh earthy smell.
2 And the butterfly rose and the bluebottle.
3 Her head, pearl-hung, rose from a vast ruff.
4 He knocked the ash off his cheroot and rose.
5 The words rose and pointed a finger of scorn at him.
6 Candish paused in the dining-room to move a yellow rose.
7 They rose, became menacing and shook their fists at you.
8 Suddenly, up they rose in a flutter, circled, and flew away.
9 Now may I pluck," Isa murmured, picking a rose, "my single flower.
10 He rose with a jerk, like a toy suddenly pulled straight by a string.
11 Some rose briskly; others stooped, retrieving walking-sticks, hats, bags.
12 But Isa, though she should have risen at the same moment that Mrs. Haines rose, sat on.
13 Allowing ten seconds to intervene, she rose; paused; and then, as if she had heard the last strain die out, offered Mrs. Giles Oliver her hand.
14 The ghost of convention rose to the surface, as a blush or a tear rises to the surface at the pressure of emotion; so the car touched his training.
15 Then the wind rose, and in the rustle of the leaves even the great words became inaudible; and the audience sat staring at the villagers, whose mouths opened, but no sound came.
16 And before Mrs. Sands had time to peel the paper off, he was gone, giving a slap to the very fine yellow cat who rose majestically from the basket chair and advanced superbly to the table, winding the fish.
17 In her yellow robe, leaning, with a pillar to support her, a silver arrow in her hand, and a feather in her hair, she led the eye up, down, from the curve to the straight, through glades of greenery and shades of silver, dun and rose into silence.
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