But for a while we were like Sisyphus pushing that rock up the mountain.
The nail, N, runs through both uprights, and acts as the bearing for F to rock up and down upon.
If it had rolled down from the rock up yonder, it would have been a piece of that rock!
"When I saw you standing on that rock up yonder, I put it down to delirium," said the Colonel.
By this time I, Olaf, was springing from rock to rock up the gorge, following the bear's track.
A common game, children sitting on either end of a plank supported on its centre, and made to rock up and down.
“I suppose you know every rock up here,” said Johnny, as they went scrambling up and up, over an all but perpendicular trail.
Cousin D. laughed, and began to rock up and down till he almost bent double; though what it was about I couldn't begin to tell.
Roos had the cheek to pick the rock up out of his lap and heave it back at me—but with an aim less certain than my own.
Everything is quite still, and her crib does not rock up and down. '