Mr. Earnshaw snatched up the culprit directly and conveyed him to his chamber; where, doubtless, he administered a rough remedy to cool the fit of passion, for he appeared red and breathless.
Training or no training, Vivenna would have never been able to fit in, but I've always been far too interested in color.
he cried; 'when she hates me, and does not think me fit to wipe her shoon!
Miss Cathy's riven th' back off 'Th' Helmet o' Salvation,' un' Heathcliff's pawsed his fit into t' first part o' 'T' Brooad Way to Destruction!'
It was as much injured by its charges in fitting out an armament against the Spaniards, during the time of the Armada, as by the fines and confiscations levied on it by Elizabeth for harbouring of priests, obstinate recusancy, and popish misdoings.
To obviate the fatigue of mounting and descending the stairs, we fitted up this, where you lie at present--on the same floor with the parlour; and she was soon strong enough to move from one to the other, leaning on Edgar's arm.
In the highlands, flowers flower patches were rare and unconnected, as if they understood how poorly they fit with Idris philosophy.
In choicer circles, too, the Curwen home was by no means undiscussed; for as the newcomer had gradually worked into the church and trading life of the town, he had naturally made acquaintances of the better sort, whose company and conversation he was well fitted by education to enjoy.
As to the bottles, they each took a pair of plates, which they hastily fitted on as wings, and so, with forks for legs, went fluttering about in all directions: ‘and very like birds they look,’ Alice thought to herself, as well as she could in the dreadful confusion that was beginning.
But if they'd increased spacing in only one section it would have been a wart --- they would've had to make nonstandard-length ceiling panels to fit over the displaced seats."
The crescent-shaped salad plate, made to fit at the side of the place plate, is seen rarely in fashionable houses.
Of late he had been liable to fainting fits from exhaustion.
or that he may, in a short time, have another of his fits before us, and may lose the use of his limbs?
Yet for all that, in thy coyness, And thy fickle fits between, Hope is there--at least the border Of her garment may be seen.
Then noble Achilles proved him in his armour to know whether it fitted unto him, and whether his glorious limbs ran free; and it became to him as it were wings, and buoyed up the shepherd of hosts.
Many people have borne witness to this impression; and many cannot behold an epileptic fit without a feeling of mysterious terror and dread.
Bram was horrified at the sight—a burlap bag tied over his head...Chains circling his entire body...A noose being fitted around his neck.
She fit against his side perfectly, her slight frame hiding a strength he couldn’t help but admire.
These feathers are gathered by the fowl forgers and skillfully fitted onto some poor previously mutilated parakeet.
These progeny were far too massive to fit through the canal at the end of the spine.