He, however, darted not the less quickly toward Milady, yielding to that magnetic attraction which the loadstone exercises over iron.
Emma bit her wan lips, and rolling between her fingers a piece of coral that she had broken, fixed on Charles the burning glance of her eyes like two arrows of fire about to dart forth.
She was babbling, and her eyes darted around wildly. “
At once the eyes darted sideways, and something white ran past me.
It seemed to try to dart out of her jaws twice, but Norma caught at it and half swallowed it as it was escaping.
The prince certainly had darted a rather piercing look at her, and now observed that she had begun to blush violently.
They darted almost noiselessly through the underbrush, and the astonished watcher seemed to think they were entirely unclothed.
The retreating shape paused, only to dart deeper into the gloom.
At once starting in pursuit, he saw the figure dart hurriedly toward the main entrance, gaining the street and losing himself among the shadows before approach or capture was possible.
Waiters were continually darting to and fro in it.
The prince mounted without the Hindoo's assisting him; and no sooner had he got his feet in both stirrups, but without staying for the artist's advice, he turned the peg he had seen him use, when instantly the horse darted into the air, quick as an arrow shot out of a bow by the most adroit archer; and in a few moments the emperor his father and the numerous assembly lost sight of him.
They came up with their game nearly at the same time, and darted their javelins with so much skill and address, that they pierced, the one the lion, and the other the bear, so effectually, that the emperor saw them fall one after the other.
Then he turned and darted outside.
LIZA gives a suffocated scream of fury, and instinctively darts her nails at his face!!
‘Madwoman,’ he screamed back, as he climbed over the next pew, eyes darting down briefly to check for his sword.
Her eyes darted actively as she gazed at Helga through broad-lensed eyeglasses with wire frames.
The corn stood on stone staddles, and between these, tongues of yellow hue from the burning straw licked and darted playfully.
Troy had taken his part very quietly this time, venturing to introduce a few speeches on occasion; and was just concluding it when, whilst standing at the edge of the circle contiguous to the first row of spectators, he observed within a yard of him the eye of a man darted keenly into his side features.
Hold on till I run up to my room," he continued, and darted lightly up the stairs.
Over to the southwest, dimly visible, three or four shadowy objects are darting rapidly over the distant ridge that spans the horizon in that direction.
Oh, thou hast fired me; my soul’s up in arms, And mans each part about me: Once again, That noble eagerness of fight has seized me; That eagerness with which I darted upward To Cassius’ camp: In vain the steepy hill Opposed my way; in vain a war of spears Sung round my head, and planted on my shield; I won the trenches, while my foremost men Lagged on the plain below.
I had hardly rung the bell before the house door was opened violently; my worthy Italian friend, Professor Pesca, appeared in the servant's place; and darted out joyously to receive me, with a shrill foreign parody on an English cheer.
Callous, concentrated on evil, with stained mind, and soul hungry for rebellion, Dorian Gray hastened on, quickening his step as he went, but as he darted aside into a dim archway, that had served him often as a short cut to the ill-famed place where he was going, he felt himself suddenly seized from behind, and before he had time to defend himself he was thrust back against the wall, with a brutal hand round his throat.
Sergeant Cuff darted softly out of my room, and asked what was the matter.
The Sergeant wrung my hand, and darted out into the court-yard, hotter still on his side. “
So saying he darted swiftly with his javelin and smote a foremost warrior, even great-hearted Aineias' comrade Deikoon son of Pergasos, whom the Trojans held in like honour with Priam's sons, because he was swift to do battle amid the foremost.