We must both have cried out aloud when our eyes met, but while mine was the shrill cry of terror, his was a roar of fury like a charging bully's.
Scott cried suddenly.
You mustn't think I care little for Catherine, because I behaved so foolishly on entering: I've cried, too, bitterly--yes, more than any one else has reason to cry.
I cried angrily; 'if he is not killed, he'll be an idiot!
cried the elder lady indignantly, "Books, when the whole house wants bread!
He preferred his nurse's caresses to his mamma's, and when finally he quitted that jolly nurse and almost parent, he cried loudly for hours.
she cried eagerly, 'that's my room with the candle in it, and the trees swaying before it; and the other candle is in Joseph's garret.
She began to laugh and cry hysterically, and calling out "Ma, Pa!"
he cried, fiercely. “
Haigha cried impatiently.
She did cry loud.
I cried out passionately.
he cried, excitedly, drawing the window curtain to one side. "
“Do you know, though,” cried the prince warmly, “you made that remark now, and everyone says the same thing, and the machine is designed with the purpose of avoiding pain, this guillotine I mean; but a thought came into my head then: what if it be a bad plan after all?
cried Poirot irritably. “
she cried, gaily, jumping up and running to my side.
I’ll take it off…”“No, don’t take it off,” cried Mitya furiously, suddenly wakingup, and angry with himself. “
These rags in bales, of all hues and qualities, the lowest condition to which cotton and linen descend, the final result of dress,—of patterns which are now no longer cried up, unless it be in Milwaukie, as those splendid articles, English, French, or American prints, ginghams, muslins, &c., gathered from all quarters both of fashion and poverty, going to become paper of one color or a few shades only, on which forsooth will be written tales of real life, high and low, and founded on fact!
Scott cried desperately at the crowd.
he cried piteously, "a last laceration of my sympathies still remains.
cried Tuppence enthusiastically.
He listened silently, and cried softly to himself the while.
Yes, certainly,” the woman cried, and pulled K. along behind her as she rushed to them.
he cried, contemptuously. “
Winnie began to cry silently.
cried McGinty hotly.
cried the boy, faintly, and Jos came up almost frightened at the appeal.
the White Queen cried out as she rushed past the King, so violently that she knocked him over among the cinders. ‘
“To't again,” he cried despairingly.
cried Miss Howard wildly, flinging up her hands. “
she cried out vehemently. “
Therefore we ought not to despair when we are tempted, but the more fervently should cry unto God, that He will vouchsafe to help us in all our tribulation; and that He will, as St. Paul saith, with the temptation make a way to escape that we may be able to bear it.(2) Let us therefore humble ourselves under the mighty hand of God in all temptation and trouble, for He will save and exalt such as are of an humble spirit.
I did not take my hand away because it made her happy to have it, and so she would sit and cry quietly.
he cried, hastily. “
The contents of the pan began to boil, and he turned to plunge his hand into the bowl; I conjectured that this preparation was probably for our supper, and, being hungry, I resolved it should be eatable; so, crying out sharply, 'I'll make the porridge!'
“Presently, presently,” cried the latter, “when you haven’t your cloak on.”
I cried triumphantly.
"Chocolat a la Vanille," cried the impenetrable man, cheerfully rattling the sweetmeats in the box, and bowing all round.
So fast had she been running that she rolled along, now on her back, now on her side, as she struggled to stop, clawing gravel with her feet and crying shrilly her hurt pride and indignation.
I don't like to think so; but she's a naughty thing for crying continually; and she looks so pale and wild, I'm afraid of her.'
cried Alyosha joyfully. “
cried Alyosha, mournfully.
he cried hoarsely. “
Mitya cried again, nervously.
"You won't see me, you'll be crying so hard that the thick fog round you will obscure the prospect."
she cried gleefully.
he cried, savagely.
cried the Reverend Mr. Wilson, more harshly than before.