Captain Eben held an open hymn book back in one hand and beat time with the other.
When they got near shore, they all began to dance, clapping their hands to beat time.
She seemed sitting there ready to beat time to his applause, nod her head to it as to a childish strain of jigging music.
She was dancing rather than walking, and with her left hand she beat time to the music.
See him beat time with unvarying count and catch up the next note true and steady, as if no breaking place had come in between.
The eight strained forward, and the coxswain began to beat time.
He (my informant) then played some marching airs, and instantly the other raised his head and began to beat time with both feet.
Rose beat time for her sister mockingly, and they answered in singsong.
The old men sitting by the fire watched the younger ones with enjoyment, and beat time with their heads, repeating the refrains.
The hoof-strokes of the mare seemed to beat time to the verse.