Six hundred feet below is water—right—and Jews on both sides.
In surprise she turned her head aside, which so angered him, that he dashed the whole of the water right on to her.
If there was a man overboard, he must be in the water right alongside.
"There is a pan and water right here on the bench," she said.
A fine spray skims from the water right across the esplanade.
There is a great sheet of water right up to the public fish-pond.
It is bad to go into the water right after eatin, said Perk.
And the bullets were hitting the water right around us—until we were away out into the sea.
Silence—on both sides—and a hundred thousand for your water right.
Had Martin Leland come to me and asked for a water right, I should have given it to him freely as you know.