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68 examples of  ally's  in sentences

68 examples of ally's in sentences

Old Ally's bowled off his pads!"

"Let's wait till Ally's gone, and then make a raid on the old stew-pot.

They say all our army in India had it at one time; but that was in Hyder-Ally's time.

" A strange look came into Ally's eyes, and all the pretty color faded from her cheeks, as she cried out in a hoarse, passionate voice, "You're a cruel, bad girl, Florence Fleming, and I hope some day you'll have something cruel and bad come to you to punish you!"

" The facts of the case were these: Ally's father and mother had both died when she was seven years old, leaving her to the care of her two nearest relatives,her father's two brothers,Mr. Tom and Mr. John Fleming.

Remember that, Ally;" and with these words, Mrs. Fleming bent still lower to touch Ally's lips with a final farewell kiss.

It never entered Ally's head to ask the strange servant if Mr. Fleming lived there.

The sun was shining brightly into the pretty new dining-room on Marlborough Street where Uncle John lived, and swinging in its beams a great gray parrot named Peter kept calling out, "Ally's come, Ally's come!

The sun was shining brightly into the pretty new dining-room on Marlborough Street where Uncle John lived, and swinging in its beams a great gray parrot named Peter kept calling out, "Ally's come, Ally's come!

At sight of them the parrot screamed, "Hello! hello!" and then repeated louder than ever, "Ally's come!

"I meant to be good to Ally, and that's why I taught Peter to say, 'Ally's come, Ally's come! give her a kiss! give her a kiss!'

"I meant to be good to Ally, and that's why I taught Peter to say, 'Ally's come, Ally's come! give her a kiss! give her a kiss!'

It was an added pang, but there was no resentment in it, when she saw Ally's sudden shrinking from her as she entered the Doctor's parlor with him a little later.

It was just after you were so ill with that bad throat, and I was speaking to your aunt Ann about it, and I said to her, 'I dread the winter on Ally's account.'

exclaimed three girlish voices; and there, standing in the doorway, were Laura and Maud and Mary; and at sight of their faces, at sound of their voices, Ally's dread began to vanish.

And then, just then, it was that Peter, who had been banished to the hall, called out uproariously, "Ally's come!

When they were all at the dinner-table that night,mother and father and girls and the three boys who had just come up from their boarding-school that very morning,this telegram was brought in from Uncle Tom, "Thanks for word of Ally's safety.

" Ally's eyes opened wide with astonishment at this conclusion.

They say all our army in India had it at one timebut that was in Hyder-Ally's time.

However, the orders were sealed, and they directed that first the guns should be fired without shot; next, that they should be shotted, but not fired so as to injure the crews of our ally's ships; and, finally, that they should be used as hostilely and destructively as was necessary to accomplish the purpose of forcing Naples to let the Sicilian rebels alone.

The insurgent chiefs fled, and got on board the Vectis, one of the two vessels of war which you suffered the Sicilian rebels to fit out in your ports, when you refused all help to your ancient friend's ambassador in checking this outrage on the law of nations, and when by a celebrated 'inadvertence' you suffered those rebels to obtain from the Tower a supply of arms, wherewith to fight your ally's armies.

Ally's got nothingHe's got everything.

Ally's bed faced the door, and the look in Ally's eyes made her aware of the change in him.

Ally's bed faced the door, and the look in Ally's eyes made her aware of the change in him.

* Rowcliffe had done with Ally's little wrist.

But of Ally's happiness there could be no doubt.

" Ally's prettiness (when she gazed at it in the glass) was delicious, intoxicating joy to Ally.

And on the Vicar's dressing-table there lay a large and perfect hand-glass that had belonged to Ally's mother.

Even to Ally's innocence it was evil.

If it had been any other man Ally's instinct would have said that he looked horrid without Ally knowing or caring to know what her instinct meant.

Are you a foolor what?" The sting of it lashed Ally's brain to a retort.

But there was nothing in his reticence to disturb Ally's ecstasy.

It was all beautiful what Ally's brain did, all noble, all marvelously pure.

There was no sullen and selfish Ally in Ally's dreams.

It was only at night, when Ally's brain slept among its dreams, that Rowcliffe's face leaned near to hers without ever touching it, and his arms made as if they clasped her and never met.

The choir looked upon Ally's innocent art with pride and admiration and amusement.

Ally's body had become a more and more tremulous, a more sensitive and perfect medium for vibrations.

All these objects impressed themselves on Ally's brain, adhering to its obsession and receiving from it an immense significance and importance.

Gwenda had known nothing approaching to Mary's serene and brooding satisfaction or Ally's ecstasy.

" The color died in Ally's scared face.

Ally's pale eyes lightened and grew large.

And in her look, a look that for the moment was divinely lucid, Gwenda saw Ally's secret and hidden kinship with herself.

She had not forgotten that she had to ask him, that she was pledged to ask him on Ally's account if, as Gwenda had put it, she was to play the game.

(She said to herself it would look better on Ally's account.)

(She said to herself it was not well on Ally's account.)

(This on Ally's account, too.)

For of course it was only on Ally's account that she was asking Rowcliffe, really.

And of course it was just as well (on Ally's account) that Rowcliffe should not have seen her until she was absolutely well.

On Ally's account, of course.

He considered Ally's disastrous infatuation for himself.

He had even found a certain austere satisfaction in the thought that he, the doctor, who had tried to terrify him about Ally's insanity, having thrown that bomb into the peaceful Vicarage, should be blown up, as it were, with his own explosion.

Mary had gone straight from the study to Ally's room.

Ally's social self had grown rigid in the traditions of her class, and she was still aware of the unsuitability of her intimacy with Jim Greatorex; but disaster had numbed her once poignant sense of it.

On Sunday the Vicar was still too deeply afflicted by the same circumstance to notice Ally's movements, and Ally took advantage of his apathy to excuse herself from Sunday school that afternoon.

The lamps were lit and in their yellow light Ally's face showed a pale and quivering exaltation.

" "Was itwas it" Ally's instinct heard the name that her sister spared her.

" "My dear Gwenda" The Vicar was deferent to the power that had dragged Ally's confession from her.

Instead of it they heard two doors open and Ally's voice calling to Greatorex in the hall.

So, without Ally being in the least aware of it, Ally's mind, struggling toward sanity, fabricated one enormous fear, the fear of her father's death, a fear that she could own and face, and set it up in place of that secret and dangerous thing which was the fear of life itself.

And all the time, through the perilous months, Nature, mindful of her own, tightened her hold on Ally through Ally's fear.

Ally's clinging, so far from irritating or obstructing him, drew out the infinite pity and tenderness he had for all sick and helpless things.

Nothing was left of Ally's tyrant and Robina's victim, the middle-aged celibate, filled with the fury of frustration and profoundly sorry for himself.

He said to himself that he didn't like the turn Ally's obsession had taken.

You haven't seen one of Ally's babies.

It was the sort of thing that wasn't easy or agreeable to think about and Ally's instinct of self-preservation urged her to turn from it.

Gwenda was used to this apathy of Ally's and it had never hurt her till to-day.

When the King of Prussia heard of his ally's success, he exclaimed with a grin, "This is about as useful to us as a battle gained on the banks of the Scamander."

On reading this letter, Osmond at once understood his ally's plan, together with its danger, and felt that, as he had not returned, he had, in all probability, fallen a victim to his rashness.