1.Then Hwin, though shaking all over, gave a strange little neigh, and trotted across to the Lion.
2.I'd rather have ham on rye. Meow. And she had a frog on the sly. Neigh. And she did it on one try.
3.An- other day a woman asked me to direct her on her way and while I was hesitating, being so suddenly called out of my thought, a woman from some neigh- bouring house came by.
4.Horses on the bus sing. Neigh! Neigh! Neigh!
5.The morning breaks ; the steeds in their stalls stamp and neigh , as the hostler calls .
6.It was on its hind legs again in a moment, and its neigh was like a scream; it was all hoofs and teeth and eyes and tossing mane.