1 Then she ran lightly across the grass, pushed open the slow old door and slipped through it under the ivy.
2 He has such round blue eyes and they are so wide open with looking about.
3 She hoped he was not going to stay inside and she pushed the door open wondering if he would.
4 She slapped it open with her hand and ran across the room to the four-posted bed.
5 She started a little at the sight of the open window.
6 She had sat stifling in the room many a warm day because her patient was sure that open windows gave people cold.
7 Ben Weatherstaff's mouth fell open again when he heard him, but he ended by chuckling.
8 The door in the ivied wall had been pushed gently open and a woman had entered.
9 They cast down their load and began to open the grave.
10 After which he put the fatal knife in Potter's open right hand, and sat down on the dismantled coffin.
11 So Tom pried his mouth open and poured down the Pain-killer.
12 Why, that door's open, I believe.
13 No one went to meet or speak to them and they seemed to open doors and look into rooms.
14 Strange niggers would stand with their mouths open and look him all over, same as if he was a wonder.
15 Mary stood up and tried to keep her eyes open while Mrs. Medlock collected her parcels.