She had tried to make him ridiculous before people, heckling him and staring at him with her rabbit’s eyes.
She lay like a sleeping child for a few moments, and then, with a long sigh, awoke and stared in wonder to see us all around her. "
Lying on a bench seat staring up at bridges, he’s got it togetherenough to file for a couple of new patents, write a diary rant, anddigestify chunks of the permanent floating slashdot party for hispublic site.
The latter forced himself to laugh, too, but when Porfiry, seeing that he was laughing, broke into such a guffaw that he turned almost crimson, Raskolnikov’s repulsion overcame all precaution; he left off laughing, scowled and stared with hatred at Porfiry, keeping his eyes fixed on him while his intentionally prolonged laughter lasted.
Raskolnikov walked straight to X—— Bridge, stood in the middle, and leaning both elbows on the rail stared into the distance.
It was all quite clear to me, as I stared out into the garden, seeing nothing that was actually there; nothing but the troubled forms which my thoughts assumed.
He threw himself into a chair and stared down at the carpet, his face wrinkled in lines of thought, perplexity, and fear.
Mrs Kearney rewarded his very flat final syllable with a quick stare of contempt, and then said to her daughter encouragingly:“Are you ready, dear?”
In the pause I glanced through into the room and saw Karl staring after the other two.
He began by stopping short in the doorway, staring about him with offensive and undisguised astonishment, as though asking himself what sort of place he had come to.
Mute, gloomy, implacable, he was staring through the port panel.
The youth rubbed his sleepy eyes and stared for a while at him who held him, but presently recognised him as one of his father's servants, at which he was so taken aback that for some time he could not find or utter a word; while the servant went on to say, "There is nothing for it now, Senor Don Luis, but to submit quietly and return home, unless it is your wish that my lord, your father, should take his departure for the other world, for nothing else can be the consequence of the grief he is in at your absence."
He stared before him and Mrs. Dale ruminated as to what she was to do.
His dead eyes stared from a skull split like a spiked melon.
I looked in all directions, as far as I could stare over the wilderness, and away at the sea, and away at the river, but no house could I make out.
But she only looked up, and stared off into some enclosed distance.
The girl stared towards the kitchen, shuddered, and retreated into the dining-room.
Her eyes stared past me, and widened.
He stared around at each of them in turn, then he went out, slamming the door behind him.
He was in his shirt and trousers only, and her first flush of joy died when she perceived that his eyes were fixed in an unnatural stare on vacancy.