But, then, it was so early that not many even of the early-rising farmers were astir.
The child was astir before we got back to the genial warmth of the stove.
Now, in Fountain Court, almost before daylight, there was some one astir.
“Only enough to set them astir for revenge,” said the lieutenant.
We had best make the venture after midnight, rather than now while the enemy is astir.
In a Malay village all are astir very shortly after daybreak.
Everyone in Jamestown was astir early one April morning in 1614.
She obeyed, but the alarm had been given, and the house was astir.
Jerrie was astir the next morning almost as soon as the first robin begin to sing under her window.
No one was astir but Mrs. Watts, and she was sweeping vigorously.