Usage examples for bus

  1. The white man protested to the bus driver. – The Black Experience in America The Immigrant Heritage of America by Norman Coombs
  2. " Susie," I stammered, " I did- did- didn't dream your bus- bus- bustle had come off. – The Blunders of a Bashful Man by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor
  3. I walked to Bontoc and took the bus south. – The Golden Skull by John Blaine
  4. I also fell off a bus, being unused to getting out on the right- hand side. – Terribly Intimate Portraits by Noël Coward
  5. " Oh, this is the uniform of a bus- conductor," replied Jay. – This Is the End by Stella Benson
  6. It will be like leaping on to a moving bus. – Right Ho, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
  7. If only it were possible to alight from the bus without exciting attention, maybe he and McPhearson could get an officer. – Christopher and the Clockmakers by Sara Ware Bassett
  8. The broad- brimmed Stetson disappeared within the cab, and the cab darted off in the wake of the westward bound bus. – The Sins of Séverac Bablon by Sax Rohmer
  9. Besides, we're only going in the bus." – Christopher and the Clockmakers by Sara Ware Bassett
  10. After a day of walking around the Village in New York, they took a bus to Woodstock. – Joe Burke's Last Stand by John Moncure Wetterau
  11. They saw very few people in the village; only one old woman accompanied them in the bus; he heard his father ask for a ticket to the junction, and they arrived without incident of any kind. – Jan and Her Job by L. Allen Harker
  12. They passed a bus. – Space Platform by Murray Leinster
  13. Some one had said it quite casually in the motor bus - one man to another, as an item of news of the day. – Winding Paths by Gertrude Page
  14. " By motor bus- first one then another, inquiring at every turning. – Max Carrados by Ernest Bramah
  15. One day, I said to myself, we shall think nothing of a bus like this. – Leaves in the Wind by A. G. Gardiner
  16. It was ten o'clock Saturday morning when North and the sheriff left the east- bound express at Mount Hope and climbed into the bus that was waiting for them. – The Just and the Unjust by Vaughan Kester
  17. But she could be there as soon as the bus if she walked quickly. – A Crooked Mile by Oliver Onions
  18. But the crowd ceased to regard him, for now a slight boyish figure- none other than that of Wilbur Cowan- leaped to the seat, performed swift motions, grasped the fateful wheel, and made the bus roar. – The Wrong Twin by Harry Leon Wilson
  19. Well, said Frank, let's push the bus inside. – The Radio Boys with the Revenue Guards by Gerald Breckenridge
  20. I was on top of a bus-" " Wake up!" – The Clue of the Twisted Candle by Edgar Wallace