She was not, however,--and the disappointment considerably overclouded the commercial victory of the morning.
Shades of sadness, which gradually assumed a darker character, began to overcloud the young man's temper.
The atmosphere has changed from dark and sullen to hopeful, and I am sure your Lordships will allow me to be equally confident that nothing will be done at Westminster to overcloud that promising sky.
Her passion for the stage, and overclouded prospects for the future, led her in early youth to write a play.
It is a comparatively thoughtful and anxious class of men who systematically overcloud the present by anticipations of the future.
As long as her little mistress smiled, Tilly's face too was wreathed in smiles; but when a hidden shadow darkened the Perrybingle sky, overclouding the happiness of the little home, and Dot cried all night, Tilly's eyes were red and swollen too, the next morning.
George, give me those letters; do not overcloud my future with the shadows of the past."
Cease, Eleonora, cease these needles plaints, Less usefull than thy helpe of hands was at The deed of darkness,--oh, the blackest deed That ever overclouded my felicity!
They also remarked to each other, that though Fidele smiled so sweetly, yet so sad a melancholy did overcloud his lovely face, as if grief and patience had together taken possession of him.