1 To be sure, she still jumped at the sound of explosions but she did not run screaming to burrow her head under Melanie's pillow.
2 She was as hunted as a fox, running with a bursting heart, trying to reach a burrow before the hounds caught up.
3 Pitty scrambled into her bedroom like a rabbit panting for its burrow.
4 Somewhere there, on that desolate plain, was lurking this fiendish man, hiding in a burrow like a wild beast, his heart full of malignancy against the whole race which had cast him out.
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5 This must be the burrow where the stranger lurked.
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6 A door suddenly flew open out of what appeared to be solid wall at the end of the corridor, and a little, wizened man darted out of it, like a rabbit out of its burrow.
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7 A mole throwing up its mound at the end of its burrow and making its way out at last with the long-nailed paws which looked so like elfish hands, had absorbed him one whole morning.
8 This diabolical agent had the Divine permission, for a season, to burrow into the clergyman's intimacy, and plot against his soul.
9 Foul with mire, with a bristling beard, and hung with matted hair, it might well have belonged to one of those old savages who dwelt in the burrows on the hillsides.
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10 In my excitement I fancied that they would receive my invasion of their burrows as a declaration of war.
11 Thousands of lovely things grow on it and there are thousands of little creatures all busy building nests and making holes and burrows and chippering or singing or squeaking to each other.
12 He made sure of his back burrows, as huntsmen say; he hastily despatched one of his agents, by a roundabout way, to guard that issue.
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13 She burrowed her head in the pillow and cried and kicked her feet at the tufted counterpane.
14 Scarlett burrowed her head in the dusty upholstery and screamed again.
15 She burrowed her head back into Melanie's thin shoulder and some of the real anguish went from her as a flicker of hope woke in her.