"Oh, blessed colors," Blushweaver said with a sigh. "
I s’pose I can bar it as well as any on ’em,” he added, while something like a sob and a sigh shook his broad, rough chest convulsively. “
Saint Ambrose heard it, sigh of leaves and waves, waiting, awaiting the fullness of their times, diebus ac noctibus iniurias patiens ingemiscit.
—The lad stood to attention anyhow, he said with a sigh.
The little voice sighed deeply: it was very unhappy, evidently, and Alice would have said something pitying to comfort it, ‘If it would only sigh like other people!’
The Tin Woodman gave a sigh of satisfaction and lowered his axe, which he leaned against the tree.
“Alas, my dear Aramis,” said d’Artagnan, in his turn heaving a profound sigh, “that is my story you are relating!”
In a few days you will be away from this place; your life, madame, will then no longer be under my care, and,” added he, with a sigh, “then you can do what you will with it.”
That sigh was the soul, so chaste and so loving, which reascended to heaven.
One brief sigh sufficed to carry off the entire burden of these dismal reminiscences.
And she gave a sigh to which it seemed to her that another sigh, behind her, replied.
When the clock stopped, they gave a sigh and rose from their chairs.
Next came a tremendous sigh, followed by a cry of horror from Christine, and we heard Erik's voice: "I beg your pardon for letting you see a face like this!
The onagers were unharnessed, placed in the stable, and Pencroff, before sleeping, gave a sigh of satisfaction that resounded throughout Granite House.
And now," he said with a sigh, "these books."
After five minutes, during which his mind had travelled into a remote speculation of social conditions of the future, and lost itself at last over the time dimension, Dr. Kemp roused himself with a sigh, pulled down the window again, and returned to his writing desk.
“If they had not, you would have been convicted just the same,”said Alyosha, with a sigh.
He put two rings on his little finger, and with a sigh of complete satisfaction, looked at himself in the glass.
25:001:004 The ways of Zion do mourn, because none come to the solemn feasts: all her gates are desolate: her priests sigh, her virgins are afflicted, and she is in bitterness.
He awoke with a profound sigh, which alarmed the princess, who asked him the cause.
He handed it to Archer, who read on it, in Gothic characters: +---------------------------+ Agathon Carver The Valley of Love Kittasquattamy, N. Y. +---------------------------+ Dr. Carver bowed himself out, and Mrs. Manson, with a sigh that might have been either of regret or relief, again waved Archer to a seat.
"You are not getting much chance--to rest," she said, with a sigh, and got up.
I pulled my phone out again, and then I put it back in my pocket with a sigh. “
At length Lucy exclaimed with a deep sigh, "I believe it would be the wisest way to put an end to the business at once by dissolving the engagement.
Margaret had reason to sigh a little more before the conversation ended.
Th’ measter’s a deal to potter him,’ said Higgins, one day, as he heard Mr. Thornton’s short, sharp inquiry, why such a command had not been obeyed; and caught the sound of the suppressed sigh which he heaved in going past the room where some of the men were working.
Gerald let out a sigh both relieved and satisfied and repeated the name.
A little sigh escaped her. ‘
Then Emma, relieved, uttered a deep sigh.
"Yes, I've learned to check the hasty words that rise to my lips, and when I feel that they mean to break out against my will, I just go away for a minute, and give myself a little shake for being so weak and wicked," answered Mrs. March with a sigh and a smile, as she smoothed and fastened up Jo's disheveled hair.
That evening Jo forgot to barricade her corner, and had not been in her seat five minutes, before a massive form appeared beside her, and with both arms spread over the sofa back, both long legs stretched out before him, Laurie exclaimed, with a sigh of satisfaction... "Now, this is filling at the price."
I would have treasured every sigh, every word, every sign, every glance.'
"I heard a light sigh, and then my heart stood still, stopped dead short by an exulting and terrible cry, by the cry of inconceivable triumph and of unspeakable pain. '
“I have no more to say,” said I, with a sigh, after standing silent for a little while. “
She gave a sigh of relief, as she handed him half a sovereign.
She gave a sigh of resignation. "
He uttered a long guttural sigh -- there was a contraction -- an exten- sion -- then his muscles relaxed, and he lay still.
Told in simple language which she could understand, his story of the work in which his very life was bound up seemed to her like an epic, and, when he paused, she drew her breath with a sigh of keen delight, and cried, "Oh, granddaddy.
"We shall miss our excellent friend," I remarked, with a deep sigh.
She slid her hands around the back of his neck and felt a sigh travel from his chest to his throat and then warm in her ear as she pressed against him.
Nella was finally quiet, drawing in a slow breath as if she were reversing a sigh.
She heard Sevita blow out a shaky sigh.
Anne sat down on the rocker with a long sigh, kissed one of Bonny’s leaves, and waved her hand to a blossoming fuchsia.
“I am weary,” he said, with a sigh. “
"Why that sigh, Christabel?"
And straightway, with a sigh, she also “pass’d her breath.”
Her pale, yellow, wasted face dropped back, her mouth fell open, her leg moved convulsively, she gave a deep, deep sigh and died.
Mr. Creakle, at whom of course I looked, shook his head without looking at me, and stopped up a sigh with a very large piece of buttered toast.
The song ended with a deep sigh, and again the listeners remained waiting attentively for the singer to resume; but perceiving that the music had now turned to sobs and heart-rending moans they determined to find out who the unhappy being could be whose voice was as rare as his sighs were piteous, and they had not proceeded far when on turning the corner of a rock they discovered a man of the same aspect and appearance as Sancho had described to them when he told them the story of Cardenio.
OF WHAT HAPPENED DON QUIXOTE IN THE CASTLE OR HOUSE OF THE KNIGHT OF THE GREEN GABAN, TOGETHER WITH OTHER MATTERS OUT OF THE COMMON Don Quixote found Don Diego de Miranda's house built in village style, with his arms in rough stone over the street door; in the patio was the store-room, and at the entrance the cellar, with plenty of wine-jars standing round, which, coming from El Toboso, brought back to his memory his enchanted and transformed Dulcinea; and with a sigh, and not thinking of what he was saying, or in whose presence he was, he exclaimed-- "O ye sweet treasures, to my sorrow found!