My helmet filled with sudden static, and with what sounded—faintly—like a voice:“—ucking move, Kee—not—”“Bates?
But when I awoke at intervals, the ground outside the window was not the playground of Salem House, and the sound in my ears was not the sound of Mr. Creakle giving it to Traddles, but the sound of the coachman touching up the horses.
"Jonathan," she said, and the word sounded like music on her lips it was so full of love and tenderness, "Jonathan dear, and you all my true, true friends, I want you to bear something in mind through all this dreadful time.
"Better where you are," said Hackler, with what sounded very much like a sigh.
I thought of my breakfast then, and what had sounded like ‘My Charley!’
She made it sound like a curse.
Sounds like work.”
From several directions in the distance, however, I could hear the sound of hoarse voices, of footsteps, and of a curious kind of pattering which did not sound quite like footsteps.
To fancy Charles in a savage state that night was quite ridiculous, for as long as she had remained awake she had heard faint sounds from the laboratory above; sounds as if of sobbing and pacing, and of a sighing which told only of despair’s profoundest depths.
It doesn't sound exactly like Blackwood, does it?"
As I tell it, it may sound like one story, but it is really many stories that cross each other.
Sounds like a lot of fun!
Everything went well with his preparation; the horse was as sound as a bell, and under Brant's tuition became quiet and docile.
It had always sounded strangely in my ears, like the word gnomon in the Euclid and the word simony in the Catechism.
Coming from me it must have sounded very much like impertinence.
I wish Mrs. Lippett hadn't given me such a silly name--it sounds like an author-ess, doesn't it?
The words are not good for the secret meaning, everything always becomes a bit different, as soon as it is put into words, gets distorted a bit, a bit silly—yes, and this is also very good, and I like it a lot, I also very much agree with this, that this what is one man’s treasure and wisdom always sounds like foolishness to another person.”
Sounds more like aphasia.
It sounds like flattery, but it ain't no flattery.
I and the other colts were feeding at the lower part of the field when we heard, quite in the distance, what sounded like the cry of dogs.