" "Las' night's milkin's half cream by this time," she rejoined, as she briskly reentered the house.
Presently she reentered and laid the red leather case on the table before Bob West.
Then she turned and reentered the sick man's room.
At last he reentered his own territories, and, having stationed his troops in places of security, returned, for a time, to Berlin, where he forbade all to speak either ill or well of the campaign.
Here, too, a mana tall, thick-set manwas loitering; and, as he looked inquisitively into my face, I turned and reentered the court, slowly retracing my steps.
"Here it is, uncle," cried the nearly breathless girl, reentering the 'keeping-room,' and unconsciously holding the letter still pressed to her heart,"A lettera letter from Roswell, in his own precious hand.
The other events of the funeral flowed by in a sort of dream: he moved about; the negroes were speaking to him in the queer overtones one uses to the bereaved; he was being driven back to Niggertown; he reentered the Siner cabin.
corner, nook, recess, niche, oriel [Arch.], coign^. right angle &c (perpendicular) 216.1, 212; obliquity &c 217; angle of 45 degrees, miter; acute angle, obtuse angle, salient angle, reentering angle, spherical angle.
" They were in each other's arms when Pascal reentered the room.
" [Sidenote:16] When Nero after his mother's murder reentered Rome, people paid him reverence in public, but in private so long as any one could speak frankly with safety they tore his character to very tatters.
I felt my way about for hours, almost hopelessly, by an exhaustive process at last discovering a bridge, and about midnight, covered with dirt and scratches, reentered the inn which I had quitted in the morning.... I descended the valley, diverging from the path at Randa to mount the slopes of the Dom (the highest of the Mischabelhörner), in order to see the Weisshorn face to face.
They had reentered the forest, which was here made darker and wilder by many fallen trees, blown down and tossed together by the fierce tempests which often rent the swamp.
He thought sadly of lost love, but at the same time he thought with dolorous suspense of what might greet him when reentering his home.
They were just reentering, from a shop, their open carriage.
The crowd, roused to the highest degree of fury, escorted the magician with yells; but he left the enclosure, crossed Kazounde, and reentered the forest, walking nearly three miles, without resting for a moment.
Raskolnikoff, who until then had been riveted to the landing with fright, was at length able to shake off his torpor, and hastily reentered the apartment, closing the door behind him.
His punishment of dismissal for one night had been executed; and on the succeeding night he reentered into the possession of all his rights.
Ferdinand VII reentered Madrid as king on March 24, 1814, accompanied by a coterie of retrograde, revengeful priests, of whom his confessor, Victor Saez, was the leader.
After an hour's wait he reentered the cabin and made his way to the little room, where the candle was still burning dimly.
There was a moment, just as they reentered the Park, when, as she stood looking at a moon-touched vista before them, the floating scarf suddenly recalled to him the outline of that lovely hood in which Romney framed the radiant head of Lady Hamilton as 'The Sempstress.'
She slept even when the bark hangings of the chamber were put aside, and the young man reentered.
And the servants reentered the room at the moment, so he could not ask her why: it broke the current.
" The orderly withdrew and reentered with Captain Weems, followed by Philip Searle and Rawbon.
This was before he was removed from the study in which he was stricken, dear friends, as you may all remember, on Christmas-morning, and which he never again reentered.
He pursued his enemies to Whitaby and to Lym-Fiord, winning a signal victory over them in both places, and then reentered his capital of Hledra in triumph, amid the acclamations of his joyful people.