Her lips were half asunder, as if she meant to speak, and she drew a breath; but it escaped in a sigh instead of a sentence.
Vasher didn't draw the sword.
Heathcliff, who had raised his eyes at the former speech, gave a sneering laugh at the latter; on purpose, it seemed, to draw Mr. Linton's attention to him.
I would ask you to kindly refrain from drawing conclusions that I don't explicitly tell you to make.
He extinguished the candle by a sharp expiration of breath upon its flame, drew two spoonseat deal chairs to the hearthstone, one for Stephen with its back to the area window, the other for himself when necessary, knelt on one knee, composed in the grate a pyre of crosslaid resintipped sticks and various coloured papers and irregular polygons of best Abram coal at twentyone shillings a ton from the yard of Messrs Flower and M’Donald of 14 D’Olier street, kindled it at three projecting points of paper with one ignited lucifer match, thereby releasing the potential energy contained in the fuel by allowing its carbon and hydrogen elements to enter into free union with the oxygen of the air.
said Aunt Chloe, starting up and hastily drawing the curtain. “
It's all right about the dogs, but we must draw the line somewhere."
She drew away her hand, and let it fall.
I said we should draw water.
I heard him draw a pleasant picture to Zillah of what he would do if he were as strong as I: the inclination is there, and his very weakness will sharpen his wits to find a substitute for strength.'
Drawing back his head and gazing far from beneath his vailed eyelids he saw the bright fawn skin shine in the glare, the braided drums.
My heart sank within me as I drew the inevitable inference.
Even if it wasn't, a high priest in danger would draw a lot of attention.
His fingers drew forth the letter the letter and crumpled the envelope in his pocket.
On the other hand he might be only bluffing, a pardonable weakness because meeting unmistakable mugs, Dublin residents, like those jarvies waiting news from abroad would tempt any ancient mariner who sailed the ocean seas to draw the long bow about the schooner Hesperus and etcetera.
"Draw down the blind, Jim," whispered my mother; "they might come and watch outside.
After he had said that, he commonly drew up his feet on the sofa, like a man that has disposed of a business, and betook himself to a nap, or the newspaper, as the case might be.
The intense horror of nightmare came over me: I tried to draw back my arm, but the hand clung to it, and a most melancholy voice sobbed, 'Let me in--let me in!'
I said you must let Isabella alone!--I beg you will, unless you are tired of being received here, and wish Linton to draw the bolts against you!'
And at the sound of the sacring bell, headed by a crucifer with acolytes, thurifers, boatbearers, readers, ostiarii, deacons and subdeacons, the blessed company drew nigh of mitred abbots and priors and guardians and monks and friars: the monks of Benedict of Spoleto, Carthusians and Camaldolesi, Cistercians and Olivetans, Oratorians and Vallombrosans, and the friars of Augustine, Brigittines, Premonstratensians, Servi, Trinitarians, and the children of Peter Nolasco: and therewith from Carmel mount the children of Elijah prophet led by Albert bishop and by Teresa of Avila, calced and other: and friars, brown and grey, sons of poor Francis, capuchins, cordeliers, minimes and observants and the daughters of Clara: and the sons of Dominic, the friars preachers, and the sons of Vincent: and the monks of S. Wolstan: and Ignatius his children: and the confraternity of the christian brothers led by the reverend brother Edmund Ignatius Rice.
One white man, having seen his dog, a setter, torn to pieces before his eyes, drew a revolver.
And so, Hester, I drew thee into my heart, into its innermost chamber, and sought to warm thee by the warmth which thy presence made there!"
or did he get a sizar's place at college, or escape to America, and earn honours by drawing blood from his foster-country?
Now when they were all seated at table, and had well eaten, the mother said, "Else, go into the cellar and draw some beer."
As a speaker at charitable meetings the like of him for drawing your tears and your money was not easy to find.
The patterns certainly draw the eye.
So spake he, and drew the mighty spear of wise-hearted Sokos forth from his flesh, and from his bossy shield, and his blood flowed forth when the spear was drawn away, and afflicted his spirit.
Harris drew out his map again, after a while, but the sight of it only infuriated the mob, and they told him to go and curl his hair with it.
"People," he said, tapping an empty cup, drawing the serving man back over. "
—He’s a perverted jew, says Martin, from a place in Hungary and it was he drew up all the plans according to the Hungarian system.
And then rose up that solemn veiled figure, and drew aside the veil.
Martin Cunningham drew out his watch briskly, coughed and put it back.
The fire died down, and the gleaming eyes drew closer the circle they had flung about the camp.
He drew up his pistol, examined it, pointed it towards that point in the defile where the first man would appear.
So when they were now come to the wide camp of the Achaians, they drew up their black ship to land high upon the sands, and set in line the long props beneath her; and themselves were scattered amid their huts and ships.
As for Jos, who was by this time promoted to a seat at the Revenue Board at Calcutta, he was wild with rage when the post brought him out a bundle of these Bacchanalian prospectuses, with a private note from his father, telling Jos that his senior counted upon him in this enterprise, and had consigned a quantity of select wines to him, as per invoice, drawing bills upon him for the amount of the same.
“If you’d been a cadet in the army, or a young hussar, youwouldn’t have talked like that, but would have drawn your sabre todefend all Russia.”
As we drew up at the different stations, the people, seeing my empty carriage, would rush for it. “
At last the speakers seemed to have paused and perhaps to have sat down, for not only did they cease to draw any nearer, but the birds themselves began to grow more quiet and to settle again to their places in the swamp.
It is almost identical with that, for in the growing days of June, when the rills are dry, the grass blades are their channels, and from year to year the herds drink at this perennial green stream, and the mower draws from it betimes their winter supply.
said the man, drawing out a paper; “this yer’s the bill of sale, and there’s your master’s name to it; and I paid down good solid cash for it, too, I can tell you,—so, now!”
Her request was so unexpected, Marian, and she made it with such extraordinary eagerness, that I drew back a step or two, not well knowing what to do.
Thereat, Catherine silently turned her face from us, and, very stealthily, drew out her pocket-handkerchief and applied it to her eyes; and her cousin, after struggling awhile to keep down his softer feelings, pulled out the letter and flung it on the floor beside her, as ungraciously as he could.
I put my hand in the pocket and drew out a number of papers.
There’s my son now, Danny, run off to sea and his mother got him took in a draper’s in Cork where he could be drawing easy money.
'Should you wish it, I'll settle with you now,' and I drew my note-book from my pocket.
Then Priam mounted and drew back the reins, and by his side Antenor mounted the splendid chariot.
But he made straight for the door, crossing the roadway to save time; and as he came, he drew a key from his pocket like one approaching home.
And he sprang up, drawing his knife as if he had been twenty.
Vasher reached over, resting his hand on Vahr's forehead-careful not to let any part of his clothing touch the man's skin, lest Vahr draw forth color for Awakening.