Usage examples of "lomb".
When Dylan Ebdus first spotted Arthur Lomb the other boy was feigning pain in the far corner of the schoolyard.
Catching sight of Arthur Lomb was like noticing the flight and fall of a bird across a distance of leaf-blurred sky, that flicker at the corner of vision, the abrupt plummeting.
Arthur Lomb dressed in conspicuous striped polo shirts and wore soft brown shoes.
Arthur Lomb carried an enormous and bright blue backpack, an additional blight.
As it was the bag glowed as a target, begged to be jerked downward to crumple Arthur Lomb to the corridor floor to enact his shortness-of-breath routine.
Dylan had seen it done five times already before he and Arthur Lomb ever spoke.
Arthur Lomb as they slapped at his reddened neck or the top of his head while he squirmed on the floor.
As for Arthur Lomb, Dylan supposed he and the other boy had been kept apart intentionally by some unseen pitying intelligence, to avoid making both more conspicuous in their resemblance.
As the period ticked away glacially, Arthur Lomb buzzed him twice, squinting to see the title of the comic, then pursing lips in false concentration as he mimed browsing the half-empty shelves nearby, before stepping close enough for Dylan to hear him speak in an angry, clenched whisper.
Dylan could only glare, his curiosity mingled with the certainty that he and Arthur Lomb were more objectionable, more unpardonable, together than apart.
Up close Arthur Lomb had a blinky agitated quality to his features which made Dylan himself want to knock him down.
Dylan wanted to shriek at Arthur Lomb, before it was too late, before Dylan succumbed to his loneliness and allowed himself to meet Arthur, the other white boy.
Arthur Lomb spoke in a hurried whisper, showing some awareness of his surroundings, but compelled to spill what he had, to force Dylan know to him.
The day after Dylan Ebdus and Arthur Lomb spoke of the Blue Beetle in the library, Mingus Rude resurfaced.
Arthur Lomb and his mother lived on Pacific Street between Hoyt and Bond, the far side of the hospital.