Loud were the exclamations of satisfaction that arose, for their ride had made them thirsty, and the water was as cold as ice.
I. THERE ARE SPIRITUAL HEAT AND SPIRITUAL COLD; AND SPIRITUAL HEAT IS LOVE, AND SPIRITUAL COLD IS THE PRIVATION THEREOF.
~A Wife Consoled by Her Husband's Arrival~ Cold is the wind, fast falls the rain, The cock aye shrilly crows.
Spiritual cold in marriages is a disunion of souls and a disjunction of minds, whence come indifference, discord, contempt, disdain, and aversion; from which, in several cases, at length comes separation as to bed, chamber, and house.
At any rate, he caught the glint of teeth, and her eyes were as cold as steel points.
While writing this book I have constantly had in mind Ski-ing centres above 5,000 feet, whence tours are made among the glaciers and at high levels where the cold may be a danger during the months of January and February.
Meantime, if there be any spiteful ghost, That smiles to see poor scholars' miseries, Cold is his charity, his wit too dull: We scorn his censure, he's a jeering gull.
She is this day as cold as clay; My mistress she is dead!
But she is as cold as marble; she is the very reverse of Corinne.
Now we saw that, during the Permian, Gondwana Land was heavily coated with ice, and it seems natural to suppose that the severe cold which the glacial fields would give to the whole southern continent was the great agency in the evolution of the highest type of the animal world.
Cold as this mourning marble is that heart, Which Virtue warm'd with pure and gen'rous heat, Which to each checquer'd scene could joy impart, Nor ceas'd to love until it ceas'd to beat.
I. 3 'Cold is Cadwallo's tongue, That hushed the stormy main; Brave Urien sleeps upon his craggy bed; Mountains, ye mourn in vain Modred, whose magic song Made huge Plinlimmon bow his cloud-topped head: On dreary Arvon's shore they lie, Smeared with gore and ghastly pale; Far, far aloof th' affrighted ravens sail; The famished eagle screams, and passes by.
But for that matter the wind blew in through door and window so dreadfully--and it's but a clay floor, and firing is dear--that I caught a cold, and a cold is the worst thing for me--that is for this poor rickety body of mine.
When his hands were as cold as icicles, his cheeks would be red as apples.
Cold are thy children.--Now God be thy comforter!"
Sorely thy little one drags by thee barefooted; Cold is the baby that hangs at thy bending back, Meagre, and livid, and screaming for misery.
At Astracan, Feb. 19, the cold was 28 deg.
Let me then Invention strain On your excelling charms to feign-- Cold is Fiction?
O Helgi, thy hair Is thick with death's rime, With the dew of the dead Is my love all dripping; Dead-cold are the hands Of the son of Hogni; How for thee, O my king, May I win healing?
Cold is the true saint's element--he thrives Like Alpine gentians, where the frost is keenest-- For there Heaven's nearest--and the ether purest-- Aside And he most bitter.
You are aware that when a boiler is fired up or in other words has a steam pressure on, the air is excluded, so when the boiler cools down, the steam condenses and becomes water again, hence the space which was occupied by steam now when cold becomes a vacuum.
They are more like the scrubby fir and black spruce on which you stand, and sometimes walk, on the tops of mountains, where cold is the demon they contend with, than anything else.
the cold was becoming every moment more biting, and the poor finger fixed in the hole began to feel benumbed, and the numbness soon extended to the hand, and thence throughout the whole arm.
will await me no more; Few are the comrades remaining to meet me, Cold are the arms that embraced me before!
Wild are the winds above thy grave; Cold is the form I loved so well; But what to thee are storms that rave, Or the snow that last night fell?
As a matter of fact there was no such thing as a cold pure and simple; colds were invariably manifestations of other and deeper trouble.
Sir Bluffon Gay, the famous physician, stated that in his experience colds were necessary evils which often served useful ends in clearing the system.
The Chairman in his opening remarks said that colds were at once the commonest complaints to which human beings were subject and the least understood by the faculty.
THE CHILD JESUS IN THE GARDEN AUTHOR UNKNOWN Cold was the day, when in a garden bare, Walked the Child Jesus, wrapt in holy thought; His brow seemed clouded with a weight of care; Calmness and rest from worldly things he sought.
Cold, he said, is only the absence of the power of heat, and the active power of expansion in freezing water is an incidental and not an essential part of the nature of cold.
Cold are those lips, where smiles seductive hung, And the weak accents linger on their tongue; Each roseat feature fades to livid green,-- 210 --Disgust with face averted shuts the scene.
You are as cold as granite.
To an actor a cold, an indigestion, or a headache is doubtless an annoyance; but to a leading singer such an accident almost always means the impossibility of appearing at all, with serious loss of money to the artist, and grave disappointment to the public.
On the other hand, the night was as cold as charity; and an envelope recently steamed open might be expected to hold the heat for a few minutes.
O, God speed, &c. Cold and bleak are our mountains and chilling our winds, But warm as the soft southern gales Be the hands and the hearts which the hunted one finds, 'Mong our hills and our own winter vales.
Cold is that band which Music form'd her own, When ev'ry chord resign'd its sweetest tone.
Far below plunged the wildest torrent she had ever seen; it hurled itself in mad haste between boulders; it shot down over dizzy falls; it made for itself a white mantle of frothing waters; it looked as black as ebony in sections of smoother channel and as cold as death; it spun in whirlpools, it filled the air with its din.
Cold, indeed, was the welcome which they received from their adopted country; and cheerless was the view that met their gaze, as they landed on a massy rock of granite, at the foot of a precipitous cliff, and looked along the barren, inhospitable shore, and over the dark waters which they had so lately crossed.
Absence My cup is empty to-night, Cold and dry are its sides, Chilled by the wind from the open window.
A very heavy cold indeed, an irritated condition of the uvula, and a restlessly low state of the nervous system, were your friends maladies.
For the beaver, with his thick coat of fur, can stand less cold than man.
A spoonful cold is an addition to sauce for either fish or flesh.