With a great tumult the throng rose, a billow of life, the white handkerchiefs flying foam-like on its crest.
There was a gentle flash of quick light that was smothered by a billow of smoke.
Now and then, when standing on the brink of some table-rock, the plunge of a billow underneath caused a sensible tremor.
She herself—I could see that—was being undermined, as with a billow.
Brigade after brigade swung by to the weird music of their bands—billow after billow of brown, red, and blue uniforms.
When she said that, the two aunts swept on her like a billow and bore her, dog and all, up-stairs to her room.
Losing his footing and deprived of grip at the same instant, Tom Halstead rose on the billow as it swept along.
The sea-gulls have risen from the billow, and are turning and wheeling in the air.
We fed our engines, and under a billow of black smoke ran down to the Minnesota.
Oh, she shall be the very bird of the sea—the girl of the billow, Rob!