For a moment a great doubt clouded her bright eyes.
The wealthy couple refused, however, and after what amounted to a trivial argument—greed once again clouding better reason—the party set out for Mis’tashe with the wealthy couple at the rear, riding astride their monitor!
If you are at a church raffle, you will soon find that disappointment is clouding your future.
My heart longs to respond, but sin has clouded my vision till I see Thee but dimly.
Shaw-zummaun heard him with attention; and being now relieved from the melancholy which had before depressed his spirits, and clouded his talents, took up the conversation in his turn, and spoke a thousand agreeable and pleasant things to the sultan.
There's a little flower up yonder, the last bud from the multitude of bluebells that clouded those turf steps in July with a lilac mist.
Bobby's assurance of Paredes's innocence clouded his own situation; made it, in a sense, more dangerous than it had ever been.
If that creature knew how bitter, he'd be ashamed to cloud its removal with idle petulance.
She had no anxieties for anybody to cloud her pleasure: her own time had been irreproachably spent during his absence: she had done a great deal of carpet-work, and made many yards of fringe; and she would have answered as freely for the good conduct and useful pursuits of all the young people as for her own.
thy name Is safe, since none is look’d for after thee To cloud its lustre, warping from thy stock.
And now I come rapidly to the conclusion of this singular narrative, in which I have tried to make the reader share those dark fears and vague surmises which clouded our lives so long and ended in so tragic a manner.
But sin has so clouded the lenses of our hearts that we cannot see that other reality, the City of God, shining around us.
All these things cloud the analyst's judgment and, instead of applying the principles rigidly, he falls back upon the old, unreliable method of analyzing by means of his "intuitions."
To dream that you are looking through glass, denotes that bitter disappointments will cloud your brightest hopes.
The wistful look clouded his face again: and, after apparently designing to accompany me to the street door, he suddenly changed his mind, rang the bell for the servant, and remained in the drawing-room.
That was the black drop clouding the sparkling cup--that was the trail of the serpent across that sunny Eden.
This decision seemed to cloud my every ambition.
Already, Kelsier could see the mists beginning to form, clouding the air and giving the mound-like buildings a surreal, intangible look.