A family out fishing had the catch of the day, in the same general area where Billie had bobbed to light.
While the two crews were yet circling in the waters, reaching out after the revolving line-tubs, oars, and other floating furniture, while aslope little Flask bobbed up and down like an empty vial, twitching his legs upwards to escape the dreaded jaws of sharks; and Stubb was lustily singing out for some one to ladle him up; and while the old man's line--now parting--admitted of his pulling into the creamy pool to rescue whom he could;--in that wild simultaneousness of a thousand concreted perils,--Ahab's yet unstricken boat seemed drawn up towards Heaven by invisible wires,--as, arrow-like, shooting perpendicularly from the sea, the White Whale dashed his broad forehead against its bottom, and sent it, turning over and over, into the air; till it fell again--gunwale downwards--and Ahab and his men struggled out from under it, like seals from a sea-side cave.
A few seconds later, Deidre's blond head bobbed to the surface.
The fluffy white tail of a rabbit bobbed through the brush as the terrified animal bounded away.
She bobbed her head and darted off at the murmured instructions of the first woman.
Gerald's head bobbed above, watching him descend.
He bobbed his head and awaited more information.
The scout bobbed his head.