31 examples of continuing to speak in sentences
When his voice ceased, his countenance, every line moving, continued to speak.
The few mutterings which left his lips continued to speak of discontent.
But far beyond any local gathering, her example will continue to speak, through all the ages, and in many a land.
"She can only have gone down the valley," he said, continuing to speak in French, which was a second mother tongue to him.
As Captain Wilbourn continued to speak of the incident, Lee added with greater emotion than at first: "Ah! don't talk about it; thank God it is no worse!"
He hurried through the door, continuing to speak over his shoulder as he went, "Now for those after-supper cigars and our investigation.
Jesus continued to speak: 'The Son of Man indeed goeth,' he said, 'as it is written of him: but woe to that man by whom the Son of Man shall be betrayed: It were better for him if that man had not been born.
Then she continued to speak with the warmth of a person who is being questioned during a quarrel'Yes, it is that accursed spiritthe liar from the beginningSatan, who is reproaching him about the Magdalum contract, and other things of the same nature, and says that he spent all that money upon himself.'
In the same way, despite our natural and reasonable desires for a death like Mr. Tomkinson's, we still continue to speak, not only of sleeping in our beds, but of dying in them, as one of the chief objects of a virtuous and happy existence.
One day he read to Purcell the speeches of Mr. King on the subject of slavery and told Purcell how this friend of the Negro race declared he would continue to speak, write, and publish pamphlets against slavery "the longest day he lived," until the Southern States consented to emancipate their slaves.
It has spoken and will continue to speak, not only by its words, but by its acts, the language of sympathy, encouragement, and hope to those who earnestly listen to tones which pronounce for the largest rational liberty.
Mr. C. continued to speak of slavery.
Mr. C. continued to speak of slavery.
[I shall continue to speak in my narrative of the silent, as well as the articulate part of the intercourse between us.
Halliday continued to speak in low tones that were not likely to pass beyond his listener's ear.
After which the Cacique Hatuey resuming his Discourse, continued to speak to them in these terms: If we keep this God (says he) till he's taken away from us, he'll certainly cause our lives to be taken away from us; and therefore I am of opinion it will be the best way to cast him into the river.
A good deal of attention was paid to his instruction, and fortunately for himself, his servitude under the eastern pedagogue was of very short duration, and Mark continued to speak the English language as his fathers had spoken it before him.
Yes, this very misfortune which you have suffered has befallen you for no other reason than that you continued to speak and act in everything for the laws and for the government.
"The people continued to speak of her here for a long time; it was said that she was wandering about in the country in disguise, but for the last few years nothing has been heard of her, and I do not know what has become of her.
But the man sat down in the chimney corner and continued to speak.
The matron continued to speak in this congratulatory vein while the old man ate and drank; but though he occasionally muttered a word or two which would seem to endorse her statements, his countenance was far from wearing the joyful self-satisfied expression which she had anticipated.
I looked at my husband and saw that care was on his brow, although he still continued to speak cheerfully.
" Mrs. Hamilton smiled, and as she gazed on the glowing features of the young man, she thought he who could so well appreciate such virtues could not benay, she knew he was notdeficient in them himself, and stronger than ever became her secret wish; but she hastily banished it, and gave her sole attention to the interesting subjects on which St. Eval continued to speak.
Incoherent fancies occupied his mind, but from all which presented themselves as solutions to the mystery his pure mind revolted; and, compelled by an impulse he could not resist, he continued to speak of Alphingham every time he visited the cottage.
While he continued to speak, the sports were wholly stopped.