Marbek took a half step forward and the muzzle swung to cover him.
If at half step or mark time while obliquing, Oblique, March.
The stranger turned redder and redder, made a half step toward Mrs. Croydon, and then stopped.
The ringmaster will half step forward to catch you before you faint.
This gave him two major steps, and a half step somewhat too small, being equal to the ratio of 256:243.
He staggered, made a half step backwards, and fell, while a cry went up from the crowd.
To resume the full step from half step or mark time: Forward March.
She made a half step toward the handsomer and weaker man, and a half turn toward the homelier and stronger.
Then the woman took a half step forward, an the Chink jerked her back, twistin her wrist and makin her give a smothered scream.
They took only a half step, for in their exultation they forgot the preceding advances in composition.