Swiftly the little ponies scudded along the winding roads.
"Sketches The Carrier Pigeon, The Consul's Daughter, Walstein--Or A Cure For Melancholy, The Court Of Egypt, The Valley Of Thebes, Egyptian Thebes, Shoubra Eden And Lebanon, A Syrian Sketch, The Bosphorus, An Interview With A Great Turk, Munich, The Spirit Of Whiggism" by Benjamin Disraeli
The barque swiftly scudded over the dark waters.
"The Infernal Marriage" by Benjamin Disraeli
After a paragraph or so our blood Is up, and even our jaded hackneys scud along, and warm up into friskiness.
"The Young Duke" by Benjamin Disraeli
Something black scudded across the red-tiled floor, and she made a dash at it with her poker.
"Scottish Ghost Stories" by Elliott O'Donnell
The light clung to the glittering object, and then scudded away.
"Four Days" by Hetty Hemenway
Little McPhail had scudded for home; Mira's white face had disappeared from her window.
"Under Fire" by Charles King
He gave a great yelp, and came scudding along, followed by his band.
"Chatterbox, 1905." by Various
A bleak, howling wind, with great piles of storm-scud overhead, raved all the day before Christmas.
"Lords of the North" by A. C. Laut
I can see the clouds scudding before a west wind.
"The Triflers" by Frederick Orin Bartlett
Father Time has an unfortunate habit of scudding along at a tremendously rapid pace over the delightful roads of life.
"Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer" by Jessie Graham Flower
Swift from the dim horizon
The dark sails scud for the land.
Look, how the rain-cloud drops its fringe
About us on either hand!
"Thora" by Celia Laighton Thaxter
The clouds are scudding across the moon;
A misty light is on the sea;
The wind in the shrouds has a wintry tune,
And the foam is flying free.
"Storm Song" by James Bayard Taylor
A grievous day of wrathful winds,
Of low-hung clouds, which scud and fly,
And drop cold rains, then lift and show
A sullen realm of upper sky.
"Outward Bound" by Susan Coolidge
All alone from the great blue sky
Where the swift clouds went scudding by,
All the way from the bright abode
Down somewhere near the city road.
"Miss Snow Flake and the Lovers" by Frank Barbour Coffin
Rain, wind, and rain. The writhing lake
Scuds to and fro to scape their stroke:
The mountains veil their heads, and make
Of cloud and mist a wintry cloak.
"The Door Of Humility" by Alfred Austin
O FAIR to see, scudding with gull-like motion,
Or hovering poised on shadowing wings of snow;
The ships that won the empire of the ocean
A hundred years ago!
"Then And Now" by Cicely Fox Smith
Syria denies using Scuds against rebels.
BEIRUT – Syria's Foreign Ministry has denied claims that the government is using Scud missiles against rebels.
Syria fired Scud missiles at rebels, US officials say.
Too quiet on Syrian Scuds.
Some reports indicate Syria's military had fired Scud missiles at rebels.
As we reported yesterday, Syria now using SCUD missiles against rebels.
Syria Firing Scud Missiles at Rebels, US Says.
Syrian ally Russia said Thursday that President Bashar al-Assad's regime was losing control to rebel forces and could face defeat, while NATO accused Damascus of using Scud short-range missiles in the conflict.
Damascus Fires Scud Missiles, US Officials Say.
The US says Scud missiles have been launched against the rebels, and it's an ominous sign because it's a much larger weapon with a lot of explosive power.
Obama is not happy about Syria using SCUD missiles against the rebels.
A senior US defense official says Assad's regime has fired roughly six Scud missiles from Damascus, but there are no immediate reports of casualties.
Syrian regime fires Scud missiles.
Syrian regime forces have fired several Scud missiles at rebels for the first time, the New York Times reports, citing unnamed US officials.
Newport 'tornado' spotted by Downe Township fire chief deemed likely scud cloud by National Weather Service .