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"Methinks a proper wish might serve us well," observed Sir hokus.
Then, seeing Sir hokus about to fall, he jumped on the Knight with all his strength.
Sir hokus wakened the Doubtful Dromedary and pulled and tugged it across the hall, where it immediately fell down asleep again.
"In sooth 'tis that," mumbled Sir hokus, his mouth full of baked apple.
"And seek him near and fa—hah—har," mumbled Sir hokus with a very troubled light in his kindly blue eyes.
"Let's do a little reconnoitering, hokus," he said carelessly.
In an instant, the whole street was filled with beds, "rolling up just as if they were taxis," laughed Dorothy to Sir hokus.
Sir hokus swept the camel a bow and fairly beamed with pleasure.
"He isn't," said Dorothy indignantly, for Sir hokus was too shaken about to answer.
Even Sir hokus, brave as he was, felt that nothing could be done.