1 Victor drew up his chair beside her.
2 She drew on her gloves, and Robert picked up his hat.
3 Mademoiselle opened the drawer and drew forth the letter, the topmost one.
4 Arobin caught the contagion of excitement which drew him to Edna like a magnet.
5 Then he drew her down upon the sofa beside him and held her hand in both of his.
6 He drew up the rocker, hoisted his slippered feet on the rail, and proceeded to smoke a cigar.
7 And being devoid of ambition, and striving not toward accomplishment, she drew satisfaction from the work in itself.
8 After surveying the sketch critically she drew a broad smudge of paint across its surface, and crumpled the paper between her hands.
9 Edna drew her down upon the sofa, and taking a pin from her own hair, secured the shabby artificial flowers in their accustomed place.
10 He stood close to her, and the effrontery in his eyes repelled the old, vanishing self in her, yet drew all her awakening sensuousness.
11 When they drew near he motioned them away with an expressive action of the foot, loath to disturb the fixed lines of his countenance, his arms, or his rigid shoulders.
12 As their stay at Grand Isle drew near its close, she felt that she could not give too much time to a diversion which afforded her the only real pleasurable moments that she knew.
13 He had certain recollections of racing in what he called "the good old times" when the Lecompte stables flourished, and he drew upon this fund of memories so that he might not be left out and seem wholly devoid of the modern spirit.
14 With ingenuous frankness he spoke of what a wicked, ill-disciplined boy he had been, and impulsively drew up his cuff to exhibit upon his wrist the scar from a saber cut which he had received in a duel outside of Paris when he was nineteen.