Mr. Blake listened to their story in silence, then all at once he burst out laughing, and without a word turned on his heel and went quickly upstairs.
" He burst out into that suppressed roar which serves a man instead of tears, and jumped up from his seat, clenching his fist.
He kept looking up after it intently as it rose, when suddenly a new morning star burst out in golden glitter.
" "I shall not forget it," I burst out.
" "He is saying his prayers to mamma," says the little girl, and my lord burst out into another great laugh at this, and kinsman Harry looked very silly.
and straightway burst out laughing.
While he was speaking in this strain Fabricius burst out: "Hercules!" cried he, "may Pyrrhus and the Samnites continue to waste their time on these speculations as long as they remain at war with us!"
burst out Kathleen, hotly, as she got up to go.
he burst out, with a dark and terrible flash.
" "Lenore," he burst out, hoarsely, "you talk in riddles!
Sanborn growled under his breath, and when some one else in the dugout quizzed him curiously he burst out: "I'll bet you galoots the state of California against a dill pickle that when your turn comes you'll be sick in your gizzards!" "We'll take our medicine," came in the soft, quiet voice of Purcell.
" "And living with Miss Prudence and becoming like her!" "Don't you want me to be like her?" "No," he burst out.
But wot'll we do wid de old boat?" burst out Dick, on coming to the surface.
" Jerôme Bonaparte burst out laughing.
" Charras burst out laughing, and asked them, "Where then are you going to leave me?"
At this the other burst out a-laughing.
" "Do you mean this is a forgery?" burst out Blake, hoarsely, snatching up the note and staring at it.
I burst out, partly because I really meant it, and partly because I hoped it might lead him on to say what I wanted so much to hear.
Ina burst out.
But Polly only burst out afresh in loud sobs and cries.
It was not until the closing hourfive o'clockthat Lizzie thought of her again, and then she burst out to Matty and Josie Kelly, as they were leaving the store together, "Where do you suppose Becky Hawkins is?
"So, who then, perhaps Kaetheli?" "I will not go to be auctioned," Erick burst out and his anger flashed as never before.
Once he burst out with "God possesses the heavensGod possesses the heavensbut He covets the world"; and once he lamented that his old neighbours were gone, and that all had forgotten him: they used to draw a chair to the fire for him in every cabin, and now they said, "Who is that old fellow there?"
"Did you wish to see me?" The woman hesitated a moment, as if trying to phrase her sentence, and then burst out impetuously, with a flood of tears, "Won't you come and help me make my husband come home.
As the fallen and wretched minister of the emperor lay crouching in an agony of shame and fear beneath the table of the altar, the preacher burst out: "Oh, vanity of vanities, where is now the glory of this man?
A vast crowd filled the outer courts, who caught the contagion, and shouted out a demand for a sight of the whole royal family; and presently, when the queen brought out on the balcony her only remaining boy, whom the death of his brother had raised to the rank of dauphin, and saluted them, with a graceful bow, the whole mass burst out in one vociferous acclamation.
The wood-work inside near the place from which they burst out, was completely destroyed by them, and reduced to a pulp.
They knew that his government was not permanent, and that the principles of the Revolution had not been disseminated and planted in vain, but would burst out in some place or other like a volcano, and blaze to heaven.
Alicia burst out again.
she burst out vehemently, her fine eyes flashing.
The others saw the joke, however, and, led by Larry, burst out into a laugh that made Puss and his loyal backers scowl.
You may find what place he affecteth, for he creeps as near it as may be, and as passionately courts it; if at any time his hopes be affected, he swelleth with them, and they burst out too good for the vessel.
I burst out against your science, I was indignant because of the ruins with which it strews the earth, I turned my eyes away from the dreadful wounds which it exposes.
Consequently, I felt a certain malicious enjoyment the next morning upon finding that the goats had burst out one side of his famous shed, and got loose into the garden, which enabled me to wonder that two such feeble creatures could undo such a good thirty shillings' worth of work, etc.
"if one should but repeat the fopperies of mortal men, in their sacrifices, feasts, worshipping their gods, their rites and ceremonies, what they think of them, of their diet, houses, orders, &c., what prayers and vows they make; if one should but observe their absurdity and madness, he would burst out a laughing, and pity their folly."
reino, m., kingdom, dominion. reir (or rierse), to laugh; to smile; de, to laugh at; dar que (con), to ridicule, make sport (of), make a laughingstock (of); y se le rieron en sus barbas, and they laughed in his face; reirse en la nariz, to laugh in one's face; romper á , to burst out laughing. reiterar, to repeat, reiterate.
Upon some occasion of wages or want among the working-people of Sheffield, a great popular commotion had burst out, attended by a huge mob and riot, which the magistracy strove in vain to appease or quell.
he burst out as they entered.
How can I better describe it than by relating the anecdote of Michel Angelo its constructor, who when some one made a remark on the impossibility of making a finer Cupola than that of the Pantheon, burst out into the following exclamation: "Do you think so?
He felt a serene satisfaction in assuring himself that, although he had been very angry, indeed, with Mrs Keswick, on account of her most unheard of and outrageous conduct, yet he had not allowed his indignation to burst out against her in any way of which he would afterward be ashamed.
" Faith looked at him as he stood there, pale, hollow-eyed and dejected, then with almost a cry she burst out impulsively: "Oh, how could you do such a thing, Mr. Denton?
my mother would but burst out greetin', an' I think I could no stand that.
At last he burst out with, "Have you any scissors?"Aside to me, "What a pretty little hand!"Then came a demand for bodkins, then for needles, then for knives, lastly for thimbles, which my friend observed were too large, and begged might be tried on her taper fingers.
I burst out.
'Magda,' he burst out passionately, seeming at this point fully to arouse himself, to resume acutely his consciousness, 'why were you late?
"Now see here, Joe," Marty burst out, "you and I grew up in the business together, and we know each other well enough to speak out, even if you are my boss, don't we?"
she burst out.
The woman sat silent, wringing her hands in distress, then she burst out: "It will disgrace me, it will ruin me.
"I insist on saying" he burst out finally, but the judge cut him short.
And then, without so much as the warning rustle of a leaf or a sound more alarming than the sigh of the wind, two blurred black shapes burst out of the forest upon him.
To exhilarate themselves after this vexatious defeat, they posted to a tavern, where they recovered their alacrity, and, after two hours of obstreperous jollity, burst out big with enterprize, and panting for some occasion to signalize their prowess.
Then came a wild cheer from the defenders, and a furious answering whoop from the Indians, while the fire from the woods burst out with greater fury than ever.
Doubtless the artistic temperament burst out now and again in woman, and would take no denial.
He burst out again with his volcanic fury at the green and purple horde.
The moment I took her I was struck by her unearthly, absolutely angelic expression; and, not having strength enough to help it, burst out crying bitterly, and cried all the afternoon while I was struggling to give her up.
Bill was fully dressed, and Bubbles burst out laughing, feebly.
"A deathlike paleness was diffused over his countenance; a chilling terror convulsed his frame; his voice burst out at intervals into broken accents.
"It is amazing," burst out Monsignor suddenly.
Then Monsignor burst out again.
"It is the Holy Father," burst out the other impulsively.
She must have been oh!bitterly ashamed, or why should she have burst out crying?
We burst out into full flowering early in our spring, but long before the summer is over, we are no more than huddled leaves and thick stalks.' 'Are you a thick stalk, Mrs. Smith?' 'Unfortunately, not.
When the Frenchmen had all arranged themselves just out of cannon-shot we saw a small group of horsemen, all in a blaze with silver and scarlet and gold, ride swiftly between the divisions, and as they went a roar of cheering burst out from either side of them, and we could see arms outstretched to them and hands waving.
" The "wee spark" turned into a tiny point of flame and the tinder burst out into a merry blaze.
I burst out into a sudden rage; I was tired, my nerves over-wrought by sleeplessness and irritated beyond measure.
We have only been a few months together, and for a newly married couple that is not much, is it?" and he burst out into one of his wooden laughs.
Suddenly she burst out passionately.
As I read it perspiration burst out on my forehead.
" "I must protest" The Vicar would have burst out again but that his son-in-law restrained him.
"Why, curse your little rat-face!" burst out Robert Macklin, and, stepping in, he leaned forward with a perfect straight left.
he burst out with a roar to cover the emotion working at his mouth and eyes.
The Duke of Nemours burst out a-laughing at this speech, and went on as far as the bridge to finish the passing-in-review of his army, which was showing marvellous diligence."
A year afterwards, in August, 1539, a violent insurrection burst out at Ghent.
Nearly half a century before the Reformation made any noise in France it had burst out with great force and had established its footing in Germany, Switzerland, and England.
The king burst out laughing.
Before the two allies could carry out their designs against Turkey, that ancient power, enfeebled as it was, had taken the offensive at the instigation of England; the King of Sweden, on his side, invaded Russia; war burst out in all directions.
"Well, those which are to burst out from the mint and factory buildings," said De Lacy, with a smile of indifference.
As he was one Morning shut up in his Confessional, Constantia kneeling by him opened the State of her Soul to him; and after having given him the History of a Life full of Innocence, she burst out in Tears, and entred upon that Part of her Story in which he himself had so great a Share.
She looked frequently at her Husband, as often at me; and she did not tremble as she filled Tea, till she came to the Circumstance of Armstrong's writing out a Piece of Tully for an Opera Tune: Then she burst out, She was exposed, she was deceiv's, she was wronged and abused.
After he had confirmed by his silence the belief that he had used a dishonest evasion indicative of consciousness that he was no real Messiah, he suddenly burst out with a full reply to the High Priest's question; and avowed that he was the Messiah, the Son of God; and that they should hereafter see him sitting on the right-hand of power, and coming in the clouds of heaven,of course to enter into judgment on them all.
At this, that wight of wicked soul burst out into a loud laughter.
And when he sought to put the coat of mail on his body by raising it upwards, the large-eyed maidens, beholding it, burst out into a loud laughter.
the other burst out.
She burst out with: "He's an undutiful son, sir.
The carpenter here burst out with an extraordinary peal of laughter.
There is a portion of enthusiasm assigned to every nation, which, if it hath not proper objects to work on, will burst out, and set all into a flame.
The two Italians, one with an ugly wound on the jaw, burst out laughing, waving their arms extravagantly.
He burst out into a hollow laugh.
Morris has always been very tolerant with his employees, but that day he burst out in a fury and threatened to discharge them all.
When the Apache tornado burst out of the cañon upon the train, Thurstane's first thought was, "Clara!" "Get off!"
What for?" "I may as well tell it," burst out Coronado angrily.
Aunt Mercy took the tucks out of my skirts, and I burst out where there were no tucks.
On the way home, however, I found a place to begin my proposed talk, and burst out with, "I think Hepsey should leave us.
She burst out laughing: "Boris and Nicholas and Uncle Alexei and all the others!"
" "Poor child!" burst out Marie, as the tears gathered in her eyes, "I wonder if she is living.
Lady Tancred had rigidly refrained from questioning her daughters, on their return from the dinnerparty; she had not even seen them until the morning, and when they had both burst out with descriptions of their future sister-in-law's beauty and strangeness their mother had stopped them.
" He burst out laughing at this, and tried to inveigle her into good-humor.
He burst out, "Well, I shall not go to him; I have had enough of thisbadgered and bullied, and my sweetheart affrontedand now I suppose I am to be lectured again; you say I am not well, and bring my dinner up here.
he burst out fiercely.
" Frank and Charlie burst out laughing.