astir

All Noun Adjective Adverb Verb
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  • How was he to pass the time till the house was astir the next morning? Cited from The Queen of Hearts, by Wilkie Collins
  • There was no one astir, no one on the road before or behind him. Cited from The Velvet Glove, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • About them the life of the camp had been astir for some time, in fact. Cited from The Border Boys Across the Frontier, by Fremont B. Deering
  • But if the boys were up early they were not the only ones astir. Cited from The Boy Aviators' Treasure Quest,Cpt Wilbur Lawton
  • Not a soul was astir in the village as the two young officers passed along. Cited from One of the 28th, by G. A. Henty [AKA: George Alfred Henty]
  • The clock struck; it was half-past four and no one yet astir. Cited from The Path of Life, by Stijn Streuvels
  • However late it may have been when we finally sought rest, we were early astir the next morning. Cited from When Wilderness Was King, by Randall Parrish
  • As the sun rose above the eastern mountains the French camp was all astir. Cited from Montcalm and Wolfe, by Francis Parkman
  • I will set them to work at dawn before the world is astir. Cited from Roden's Corner, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • The band was soon astir, but for some hours nothing was done. Cited from Jack Archer, by G. A. Henty
  • They were both astir at five o'clock, and joined one another at the club. Cited from The Revolution in Tanner's Lane, by Rutherford
  • Very soon the camp was all astir, and there was a general call for a fire. Cited from Buffalo Roost, by F. H. Cheley
  • The men were astir early, and at a quarter to six we were off. Cited from Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador, Mrs. Hubbard
  • Tom dropped off, and did not awake until he heard his friend astir. Cited from Brave Tom, by Edward S. Ellis
  • At an early hour, our friends were astir, and at once launched forth upon the river. Cited from The Lost Trail, by Edward S. Ellis
  • He had not walked long before he found the city gently astir with life. Cited from The Seventh Noon, by Frederick Orin Bartlett
  • When they rode down into the valley, the whole village was astir. Cited from Ramona, by Helen Hunt Jackson
  • Early as it is we are not astir much before the village. Cited from Morocco, by S.L. Bensusan
  • The country was astir early on the morning of the appointed day. Cited from Sketches of the Covenanters, by J. C. McFeeters
  • Before long the whole island seemed to be astir about our reception. Cited from The Woman Thou Gavest Me, by Hall Caine
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