I held open the door and she brushed past me without a word.
So the girl brushed past the table and went on into the open.
Without another word he brushed past them and went outside.
It was as though someone brushed past me just then.
She brushed past them and went on to the kitchen.
He brushed past the bank manager and out the door.
The king brushed past them with a smile and was gone.
He brushed past me and turned on the hot plate.
Climbing to his feet, he brushed past her and made for the door.
He brushed past her and went out into the passage.
She used to brush her long hair by the hour.
She brushed by me without a word and started through the sitting room.
The next moment two men brushed by him, and one seemed to have something under his arm.
In a week, he was able to brush his teeth by himself.
He put his arm out but she brushed by it.
Rather as if he now moved on the edge of some action; brushed by it, but not the true focus point.
The student brushed by his friends and ran into the classroom.
He made to brush by me but I barred his way.
"I just got close enough to brush by her," she said.
I brushed by soldiers, but none of them stopped me.