He opened the door, and Mr. hippus slipped in like a frightened bat.
When Veitel had placed his meal before him, hippus briefly inquired, "How much?"
"You are drunk again, hippus," answered Veitel, thoroughly roused.
Here hippus tried to whistle a tune, and to execute a few steps.
He did many small kindnesses on his side, and made hippus the confidant of all his own transactions.
A week after the death of hippus, Anton was sitting in his own room, writing to Fink.
The door opened, and hippus appeared, red-faced and much ruffled.
hippus, the Tyrian, is said to have first devised caracks, and onerary vessels of prodigious bulk for traffic or offence.
No one had seen him go in with hippus, no one had recognized him as he went out.
Mr. hippus took the heavy deed under his arm and steered toward the door.
hippus hip·pus (hĭp'əs)
Spasmodic, rhythmical dilation and constriction of the pupil, independent of illumination, convergence, or psychic stimuli.