Rose remained silent, although obviously disturbed by Donald's words; but, before she could voice her thoughts, another figure quietly joined the group--a tall, stooping man, clean shaven, and with an æsthetic countenance seemingly out of its natural environment.
Cora voiced no objections, seemingly anxious to stay near Uncle Peter.
And his cadences were their cadences, the cadences which voiced their woe and what to them was the meaning of the stiffness, and the cold, and dark.
I then related the evening’s incidents to the Canadian, secretly hoping he would come around to the idea of not deserting the captain; but my narrative had no result other than Ned’s voicing deep regret that he hadn’t strolled across the Vigo battlefield on his own behalf.
She made no effort to struggle free, or voice her heart's protest against this outrage, but stood with her body rigid and unyielding within the circle of his arm until he slowly released her, mumbling, "I reckon I air plumb ershamed of myself, Smiles.
"But he is an old man," returned Gerhardt, voicing the words of Weaver. "
Royalty alone are so highly privileged as to have simply to voice their wishes to have them complied with, and royalty has gone out of fashion.
Later, confused questioners began voicing "Wall?"
For seven years Grundtvig buried himself in "the giant's mount," emerging only occasionally for the pursuit of various studies in connection with his work or to voice his views on certain issues that particularly interested him.
I would his vileness on the nonce have voiced, But now 'twere best to cloud this matter well.
I, in triumphant tone, did voice the truth That in our homeland stinking graft prevails, But, ah!
COUNT LUIE: Alas, I fear their memories will point To former words, which voiced another song, When he did nurse at theologic teat And softly chant imperialistic creed.
Charlie Jones, always an influence among the men, voiced the situation as we all stood together in the chill morning air: "What we want to do, boys," he said, "is to make for the nearest port.
Thou in happy tone Hast voiced a noble sentiment in rhyme.
He rang his bell a dozen times, and summoned Williams, only, in reply to the butler's palpitating knock, to stand beyond the door and refuse to open it or to voice any request.
It was Annie who voiced the question out loud.
She didn't like trusting the priests, but this did seem like the best way to voice the problem to the people.
The following hymn likewise voices the need for personal perseverance.
Therefore we hymn His praises here And though we are but lowly, Our loud hosannas everywhere Shall voice His mercy holy.
The immediate effect of this bold challenge was a stern reprimand from Bishop Frederik Munter, accompanied by a solemn warning that if he ever again ventured to voice a similar judgment upon his fellow pastors, sterner measures would at once be taken against him.
Disciples who’d voiced radical ideas like my own ended up failing the final exam or kicked out of the Sect.
Tremendous applause greeted this lecture, which did but voice a feeling already latent in the minds of men—a feeling that terrestrial facts must be ignored, and that the abolition of respirators was a positive gain.
I voiced the fear aloud. “
Once she had voiced a doubt as to the wisdom of leaving his urgent practice and taking such a trip on so slender grounds.
Needless to say poor Tommy was not slow to voice his dismay but luckily the gentleman in black who was sitting there by himself came gallantly to the rescue and intercepted the ball.
Hold frequent conferences with your instructor; voice your difficulties freely, and the very effort to state them will help to clarify them.
Colia was indelicate enough to voice the delight he felt at his success in managing to annoy Lizabetha Prokofievna, with whom, in spite of their really amicable relations, he was constantly sparring.
Charlie Jones, reading his Bible on the edge of his bunk, voiced the general belief.
His estimate of his own work did not rise very rapidly, for M. Charles was persistently distant, but the latter could not help voicing approval of "After The Theatre," a painting full of the wonder and bustle of a night crowd under sputtering electric lamps.
The Thoracic will arrive anywhere from five after four to six o'clock, drown you in a thrilling narrative of just how it all happened, and never give you a chance to voice your anger till he has smoothed it all out of you.