1 One of the women jumped forward and opened it.
2 The other fellow jumped down and struck him over the head with the butt-end of his heavy whip.
3 The men all jumped to their feet; Lord Godalming flew over to the window and threw up the sash.
4 Those who were unmounted jumped upon the leiter-wagon and shouted to the horsemen not to desert them.
5 Suddenly he jumped to his feet, with his eyes blazing and all the signs of intense cerebral excitement.
6 In such case he can, if it be in the night, change his form and can jump or fly on shore, as he did at Whitby.
7 The driver saw it at the same moment; he at once checked the horses, and, jumping to the ground, disappeared into the darkness.
8 In an instant he had jumped upon the cart, and, with a strength which seemed incredible, raised the great box, and flung it over the wheel to the ground.
9 As I stood, the driver jumped again into his seat and shook the reins; the horses started forward, and trap and all disappeared down one of the dark openings.
10 I feel like a novice lumbering through a bog in a mist, jumping from one tussock to another in the mere blind effort to move on without knowing where I am going.
11 When Dr. Seward saw me he jumped up with a horrified exclamation, and hurriedly taking a case-bottle from a cupboard, gave me some brandy, which in a few minutes somewhat restored me.
12 Finally the man, too, got angry, and jumped down and kicked the dog, and then took it by the scruff of the neck and half dragged and half threw it on the tombstone on which the seat is fixed.
13 But, strangest of all, the very instant the shore was touched, an immense dog sprang up on deck from below, as if shot up by the concussion, and running forward, jumped from the bow on the sand.
14 The horses jumped about and reared, and looked helplessly round with eyes that rolled in a way painful to see; but the living ring of terror encompassed them on every side; and they had perforce to remain within it.
15 He had parried with his great bowie knife, and at first I thought that he too had come through in safety; but as he sprang beside Jonathan, who had by now jumped from the cart, I could see that with his left hand he was clutching at his side, and that the blood was spurting through his fingers.