"But it is all gone now," he said, shaking his head sadly. "
"Hold you," cried the stranger, and laid hands on my arm; but I shook him off violently, and continued the race.
Nicholas pondered the strange saying, and slowly shook his head.
Tu est chic, tu--tu est bien chic" shouted the pioupious with one accord, and shook him cordially by the hand as they led him away.
Then turning to the old man with the gold spectacles, whom I have described, he shook him warmly by both hands and said: "Baron, how can I thank you?
He came forward to meet me, as I gave his man my hat and stick, and we shook hands heartily.
Doctor Russe shook his head gravely. "
Her husband put his hand on her shoulder and shook her gently.
Karl Steinmetz shrugged his heavy shoulders, and shook his head doubtfully.
He shook his head solemnly.
Billie shook him impatiently.
My companion shook me a little roughly, and I turned surprised.
She shook her head vigorously. "
They leaped at him--Handy Solomon and Pulz--and fairly shook out of him what he thought he knew.
"Id vould be suiciding," Dan'l said, mournfully shaking his head. "
"Yes, that's so; but it will soon shake the life out of you," said he.
"Deep feeling isn't so easily shaken; true love should brave all things--even sneers and blows."
By this time the Bishop had bustled to the front, and addressed a torrent of questions to Prometheus, who merely shook his head, and turned to inspect the eagle.
Suddenly, a distinct tremor shook the house, and there came a faint and distant, whirring buzz, that grew rapidly into a far, muffled screaming.
You know my allowance is away more than I need--" But Billie stopped him, shaking her head decidedly.
I could only conclude that her nerves were badly shaken, and that she was temporarily unhinged.
That gentleman examined the patient, shook his head dubiously and declared high fever at work, and ordered absolute quiet for at least twenty-four hours, when, if he could, he would return. "
My friend gave a little sigh and shook her head ever so slightly as she concluded.
But, after reading the reports of the various cases which are detailed in this publication, his faith in the advisability of confiding in one's doctor was somewhat shaken.
Long since we have shaken off the foreign product, in favour of our own "Sing a Song of Sixpence," "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep" and their refreshingly cheerful compeers.
This said, the gloomy region trembling shook So terribly, that yet with clammy dews Fear chills my brow.
Two of the officials held up the passports to us, pointed to the blank page, shook their heads ominously; the third took the passports, put them into his vest pocket, buttoned up his coat, and motioned to us to follow him.
Yet, spite of my crying, she stayed out there upon the sea, and only shook her head, sorrowfully; but, in her eyes was the old earth-light of tenderness, that I had come to know, before all things, ere we were parted.
He shook him hard.
Without repose forever was the dance Of miserable hands, now there, now here, Shaking away from off them the fresh gleeds.
He wrote not for the fastidious, the over-refined, the morbidly delicate; for these find in his genius something too robust for their liking--something by which their sensibilities are too rudely shaken; but he wrote for mankind at large--for men and women in the ordinary healthful state of feeling--and in their admiration he found his reward.
Angrily, he shook the German from him and rose to his feet.
But Godfrey shook his head quickly.
As I returned with my kettle filled, I went up to them and, after a friendly nod, to which they replied in like manner, I asked them casually about the fishing; but, instead of answering, they just shook their heads silently, and stared at me.
The mournful Jehu shook his head gloomily.
Mr. Weiss shook his head thoughtfully.
He was shaking quite visibly.
"Whom should I mean but Mortain Helen--Helen the Beautiful--" Now cried Sir Fidelis as one that feels a blow, and, in the dark, he seized Beltane in sudden griping fingers, and shook him fiercely.
She's playin' fast and loose----" He never got any further, for at this point Rudolph Musgrave took him by the coat-collar and half-dragged, half-pushed him through the garden, shaking him occasionally with a quiet emphasis.
Then she led her boy away, never speaking to Valerie, but simply shaking hands with her in a familiar, protecting fashion, which the other considered to be extremely distinguished.
She shook her finger at me playfully, and turned to her husband.
In those days, hardly any one shook hands unless they were fairly intimate--the men never.
And since the interview on the day of Ralph's return from Wilkesbarre, his faith in the pureness of the lawyer's motives had been greatly shaken.
Mr. Sharp shook it convulsively.
“It went to its home,” answered the man, whose long face was pallid, and who actually shook with terror as he glanced around him fearfully.
Shake thoroughly, add a Spoonful of frozen chocolate and serve immediately.
Ab Canty was carried to another room, and Tom Foss, who nearly shook to pieces when lifted from the water, was helped after his friend.
We shook hands all round and began to talk.
Handy Solomon finally shook himself and arose.
He wished to leave the foe far behind, to shake off his pursuit entirely.