1 With a terrifying bump they were off the road, slanting with two wheels in the ditch, but instantly they were jerked back as the horses fled on.
2 The shavings flew right and left; till at last the plane-iron came bump against an indestructible knot.
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3 The Judge, the Superintendent of Charities, the School Inspector, and Postmaster go out and bump up against the Sergeant in the doorway as the latter returns.
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4 They bend over her hand at the same time and bump foreheads.
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5 As they dashed down the street and bumped over the railroad tracks, Rhett applied the whip automatically.
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6 Melanie sat shivering in the morning sunlight and covered her ears against the sickening series of thuds as the dead man's head bumped down the porch steps.
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7 She was jarred out of her ecstasy as the bob-sled bumped up the steep road to the bluff where stood the cottages.
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8 It bumped through the factory belt, gained speed.
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9 Mr. Shimerda and Peter were on the front seat; Antonia and I sat in the straw behind and ate our lunch as we bumped along.
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10 And, sure enough, after his head had been bumped a few more times against the boot of the conveyance, Chichikov found himself bowling over softer ground.
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11 Denisov's horse swerved aside to avoid a pool in the track and bumped his rider's knee against a tree.
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12 Dr. Craven started in actual alarm and Mrs. Medlock almost fell back because he had accidentally bumped against her.
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13 Of course they bumped their heads smartly together, saw stars, and both came up flushed and laughing, without the ball, to resume their seats, wishing they had not left them.
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14 He bumped his elbow against the door at the end and, hurrying down the staircase, walked quickly through the two corridors and out into the air.
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15 If her heart would only stop bumping and drumming and cavorting.
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