This semaphore arm remained rigid for a second, threatening; then it vibrated with inconceivable rapidity, feinting.
"I jess was looking at that thing," she said bashfully, pointing to the semaphore.
I listened to the wretched creature Rolland while he told what had happened at the semaphore.
This invention of Chappe was called the "semaphore Telegraph."
A semaphore message was sent to the destroyer next astern to keep a look-out for the drowning man, but he was not seen again.
I knew his praise of my semaphore must be flattery, and yet—I liked it.
The semaphore was nearly a quarter of a mile from the station, and the arm was down.
Roy did not know whether it had been done by Morse whistling or by semaphore.
A second method of signaling was by the use of the semaphore.
There he set the semaphore to flag the east-bound train from Duluth.