And unless I was very greatly mistaken, the face of the Chinaman was the face of our brother Wang-li.
Billy Edwards's face as he came on deck was a study.
Now, though we two were parted By such a distance wide, By such a strange and viewless realm, By such a boundless tide, Her gentle face was radiant With a surpassing bliss; She was happier in that distant land, Than she ever was in this.
His face was a puckered mask of amaze and incredulity.
Her face was deathly white. "
until his face was the colour of a poppy.
His face, hands, and arms were the color of oak, and he moved with a stiffness that suggested wooden joints.
I could not remember the time when her fat, benignant face was not a familiar picture in my memory.
The Creole's face became a perfect blank.
Their faces were only pale ovals in the blackness.
His handsome face, with its high, white forehead, its aggressive nose, and its somewhat loose and sensuous mouth, was a fair index of the compromise between strength and weakness in his nature.
His face became a blotched red and white.
When he turned again his face was not a pleasant sight to see.
Sir Henry Studley also bore traces of a sleepless night--his face was bloodless; he averted his eyes from mine; he ate next to nothing.
The Great Stone Face, then, was a work of Nature in her mood of majestic playfulness, formed on the perpendicular side, of the mountain by some immense rocks, which had been thrown together in such a position as, when viewed at a proper distance, precisely to resemble the features of the human countenance.
She blushed magnificently as she concluded, and the face of a pretty women, so suffused, is a pleasing thing to see.
His manly face was a perfect mirror of uprightness, simplicity, and kindness of heart; he had, moreover, a keen perception of character and a tact that would preserve him from flagrant error in any society.
Still, his tiny face was all smiles.
In the faces of the Chiefs and of some of the elder Initiates, who were probably aware of the nature of the scene to follow, was an expression of calm but deep pain and regret; crossed now and then by a shade of anxiety, such as rarely appeared in that abode of assured peace and profound security.
It seemed to me her face was all aflame; And eyes she had so full of ecstasy That I must needs pass on without describing.
But as they stood thus, Beltane with arms yet crossed, his lips up-curving at the other's fierce amaze, the stranger grim-faced and frowning, came a shadow athwart the level glory of the sun, and, turning, Beltane beheld the hermit Ambrose, tall and spare beneath his tattered gown, bareheaded and bare of foot, whose eyes were bright and quick, despite the snow of hair and beard, and in whose gentle face and humble mien was yet a high and noble look at odds with his lowly guise and tattered vesture; at sight of whom the grim-faced stranger, of a sudden, bowed his grizzled head and sank upon his knee.
"'As to that,' she began; but she was interrupted, almost as she opened her lips, by a gentleman, dressed in black, who looked particularly elegant and distinguished, with this drawback, that his face was the most deadly pale I ever saw, except in death.
Many of the farmers' daughters owned and rode them, but he knew these same farmers' daughters; this face was a stranger's.
His face was coarse and clean shaven.
As I went down the street to-day, I saw a little lad Whose face was just the kind of face To make a person glad.
He shivered, he shook, he felt like clay; And the fear went through his blood; His face was an awful ashy grey, And his veins were channels of mud.
His face is our fortune!"
The car was slowing down, and the street lamp on the corner revealed plainly a masculine arm resting on its window-sill; but the spying face above the arm was only a blur.
As Dave Darrin was gently turned over on his back it was seen that Damn's face was a mass of blood.
But, leaning on his sword, Beltane watched her with eyes of love yet spake no word, hearkening to the growing stir amid the leaves, until, of a sudden, upon the bank above, the underbrush was parted and a man stood looking down at them; a tall man, whose linked mail glinted evilly and whose face was hid 'neath a vizored casque.
I didn't want my good name taken away, and I had to be careful, and many's the good arf-pint I 'ad to refuse because that little imitation monkey was sitting in the office drawing faces on 'is blotting-paper.
His face was much disfigured, an IRON COLLAR, TWO INCHES WIDE AND HALF AN INCH THICK, WAS CLASPED ABOUT HIS NECK, while one of his feet and part of the leg were in a state of putrefaction.
On the right and left of Mrs. B., and at the opposite corners from us, sit two other guests, one a colored merchant, and the other a young son-in-law of Mr. B., whose face is the very double extract of blackness; for which his intelligence, the splendor of his dress, and the elegance of his manners, can make to be sure but slight atonement!
The face is everywhere the first letter of introduction," said Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, and I assure that with Madame de Montluisant, you will not require another.
Her wrinkled face was all aglow with delight.
His very face is his gentleman-usher, that walks before him in state, and cries "Give way!"
In Zulu-land the earth is a huge beast called Usilosimapundu, whose face is a rock, and whose mouth is very large and broad and red: "in some countries which were on his body it was winter, and in others it was early harvest."
Your face is always near, Your tender eyes of brown.
It seemed to astonish the group around me: white faces turned my way.
Your face is a perfect tell-tale of your thoughts, always."
Her face was deathly; her little frail hand grasped the table.
In the jumping light of the flames the face was that of a demon, a countenance twisted and tortured by the impotent lust to destroy.
They had no qualms; upon their faces was the hue of health, and they were eating as heartily as the creatures of the field or forest do, and with as little prejudice against surroundings.
He showed no more than the merest of languid interests in Spargo when Breton introduced him, and his face was quite expressionless when Spargo brought to an end his brief explanation --purposely shortened--of his object in calling upon him.
"The kindest, plainest face in the world," was her fashion of putting it.
His face was a running advertisement of good feeling, of good fellowship.
How stoutly he would have resisted if some one had told him that years hence Marjorie's face would be a sealed volume to him.
Will the pale-face be the friend of him who has now no friend; for four moons are guile and Uncas does not answer to my call?'
His head was all face, flattening off an inch above the hairless brows; his face was all enormous, double-toothed mouth.
"Fair is the form unbeholden, And golden the glory of thee Whose voice is the voice of a vision Whose face is the foam of the sea, And the fall of whose feet is the flutter Of breezes in birches and pine, When thou drawest near me, to hear me, And cheer me, (the moment is thine!)