They drew back before me, and laughed their low horrid laugh.
"But we sometimes part even with certain of our kindred when the right man comes along whom we can trust to love, honor and cherish them," laughed the younger man. "
She laughed a great deal, was cheerful and good-tempered, and enjoyed the pleasant things of life frankly.
laughed her friend.
laughed the same woman when old Joe producing a flannel bag with money in it, told out their several gains upon the ground. '
23:037:021 Then Isaiah the son of Amoz sent unto Hezekiah, saying, Thus saith the LORD God of Israel, Whereas thou hast prayed to me against Sennacherib king of Assyria: 23:037:022 This is the word which the LORD hath spoken concerning him; The virgin, the daughter of Zion, hath despised thee, and laughed thee to scorn; the daughter of Jerusalem hath shaken her head at thee.
laughed Svidrigaïlov. “
laughed Steerforth, shaking my hand heartily, and throwing it gaily away. ‘
laughed Rogojin, in reply to the prince’s heated words.
laughed the prince.
laughed Pola. "
And those who laughed the loudest were not the most at ease.
And unto Nicholas she said *full still*: in a low voice“Now peace, and thou shalt laugh anon thy fill.
But his wrath burnt hot against the insolent daring of his assailants, who had presumed to attack him, who had, moreover, done so treacherously, had robbed him of his gun, as well as of a number of sheep, and had added insult to injury by laughing in his face when he asked for redress.
laughed Dorothy. "
I'll jest wind a rag eround hit, an' ..." "Not so fast," laughed Donald. "
"I hope there will be no collision between Rita and Mrs. Yeoman," laughed Dick.
"Or throw him down to Umlilwane," laughed her companion.
laughed the Canon. “
Boys started in and out of their places, playing at puss in the corner with other boys; there were laughing boys, singing boys, talking boys, dancing boys, howling boys; boys shuffled with their feet, boys whirled about him, grinning, making faces, mimicking him behind his back and before his eyes; mimicking his poverty, his boots, his coat, his mother, everything belonging to him that they should have had consideration for.
laughed Alyosha. “
laughed Wroxham, lightly.
laughed both the sooty wretches; and the diabolical sounds seemed, in truth, a not unapt expression of the fiendish character which Legree gave them.
They had laughed over that last word as if the idea it suggested was a most preposterous one, but they had held to their resolve, and whenever they could get on without help they did so, and no one interfered, for Mrs. March had advised the plan.
Laughing witches in red cutty sarks ride through the air on broomsticks.
She thought this was very kind and thoughtful of the Scarecrow, but she laughed heartily at the awkward way in which the poor creature picked up the nuts.
Screened under ferns she laughed warmfolded.
From the south wind that breathed a century and a half over the green wheat; from the perfume of the growing grasses waving over heavy-laden clover and laughing veronica, hiding the green finches, baffling the bee; from rose-lined hedge, woodbine, and cornflower, azure blue, where yellowing wheat stalks crowd up under the shadow of green firs.
The newspapers laughed the wretched upstart and swindler to scorn.
laughed Traddles. ‘
And they laughed all the time, and that made the duke mad; and everybody left, anyway, before the show was over, but one boy which was asleep.
laughed Suzanne. "
I for one should have laughed the suggestion to scorn."
For a moment the little man blinked at me in amazement; then he threw back his head and laughed, a shrill, giggling squeak.
She laughed, a liberated sound.
Perhaps...." "Don't be silly," laughed Smiles.
Our castle's strength Will laugh a siege to scorn.
"That's McDonald's `Cape Smoke,'" An inferior quality of Cape brandy is thus popularly termed laughed the police sergeant.
And with her laugh all her sense of dismay and humiliation vanished.
Instead of laughing lightly over this impractical scheme of a small boy, Ananta made it a definite point to ridicule me.
"Ain't a bit scairt of you," Henry laughed.
She looked up at his dark, fierce face, and laughed saucily. “
I guess that I must have been talking in my sleep," laughed Rose, as she now sat up energetically, fully awake.
The Comte de Chagny, who was one of those standing outside, laughed: "Oh, the rogue, the rogue!"
Some women were laughing in the pit.
Everything went against the lad: he came home perfumed from the stables, whither he had been to pay his dog Towzer a visit--and whence he was going to take his friend out for an airing, when he met Miss Crawley and her wheezy Blenheim spaniel, which Towzer would have eaten up had not the Blenheim fled squealing to the protection of Miss Briggs, while the atrocious master of the bull-dog stood laughing at the horrible persecution.
Then I saw that one came to Passion, and brought him a bag of treasure, and poured it down at his feet, the which he took up and rejoiced therein, and withal laughed Patience to scorn.