He was drowning—swiftly and surely—while the current bore him steadily toward the millrace.
It was the boy who had been saved from the millrace that August afternoon.
Then the hills closed in on the river and the current ran like a millrace.
How will Barney Doran's millrace agree with your motor-boats?
Mechanically the lad walked along the millrace, which was made of hewn boards and hollow logs.
Today he is covered with whitecaps and the current runs like a millrace.
Just above the millrace was a quiet pool under the bank where great, fragrant water-lilies floated upon the surface.
I know they are going to make the city build the millrace and then steal it.
At an expense of twenty-five thousand dollars he had cut a millrace three miles long, and nearly finished a new flouring mill.
The high wooded bank seemed miles away, and the river ran like a millrace.