Turning, his eyes widened in horror as he saw an uprush of bubbles.
It is caused by an uprush of fairy force from the ground—and spreading fish-tail fashion higher into the air—it is many-hued.
It was the first uprush of the strong rising tide, and they might yet be carried to a deep-water landing.
So, hard upon the uprush of the first German air-fleet, these Asiatic swarms took to the atmosphere.
To Maurice, rushing on alone, the relief of hating Eleanor was lost in the uprush of that ghastly possibility: "If it is mine?"
I trod quite uneasily on this uprush of the earth; the Spring is always only a fruitful earthquake.
But even as he said the word, he had an uprush of courage; he would get a lawyer, and shut her up!
In this uprush of spirit, her red hair seemed even to bristle and to glisten.
I must bear witness to my conviction that we are beholding a tremendous inrush or uprush of good into man and his world.
They came down towards him, fitfully, eddyingly, and passed aside out of the uprush from the fan.