One guy raised a flag above his head, both arms in the air, and made a beeline.
After a few uncomfortable minutes, he made a beeline in my direction, all six women in tow.
The man sees Chappelle looking at him and crosses the street, making a beeline for him.
He made a beeline for Abramovich, who took cover inside a Hermès store and had his bodyguards block the door.
He walked in, made a beeline for me, and said he had moved to the city for a job.
"That they're there, and coming toward us on a beeline," Dave replied with a nod toward the approaching flying boats.
Its almost a beeline, Andy, and the Racing Star is built for speed.
He waggled his wings, then turned and made a beeline for the city.
"We'd better head for the hotel on a beeline," Scotty suggested.
I rushed through the camp, shooting to the left and right, but keeping a beeline after Powder Face and his rider.
A direct and speedy route
[1830; fr the notion that bees take the most direct route in returning to their hives]