Though seen but once, it helps to wash out State-street and the engine’s soot.
In process of time, the rains wash off all the turf and grass aforesaid, move the logs hither and thither, in picturesque positions, up, down and crosswise, with divers chasms and ruts of black mud intervening.
They were silent--their faces hid against each other, and washed by each other's tears.
But Bill was stubborn, and he ate a dry breakfast washed down with mumbled curses at One Ear for the trick he had played.
A round, black, shining face is hers, so glossy as to suggest the idea that she might have been washed over with white of eggs, like one of her own tea rusks.
I could not think him dead: but his face and throat were washed with rain; the bed-clothes dripped, and he was perfectly still.
But there was no unusual sound--nothing but the low wash of the ripple and the croaking of the inmates of the wood.
Thus spake noble Achilles, and bade his comrades set a great tripod on the fire, that with all speed they might wash from Patroklos the bloody gore.
I went a-chestnutting there in the fall, on windy days, when the nuts were dropping into the water and were washed to my feet; and one day, as I crept along its sedgy shore, the fresh spray blowing in my face, I came upon the mouldering wreck of a boat, the sides gone, and hardly more than the impression of its flat bottom left amid the rushes; yet its model was sharply defined, as if it were a large decayed pad, with its veins.
He had not shaved or washed for three days!
“But,” asked the sailor, “cannot you remember anything that happened after you were washed away by that heavy sea?”
"The river washes along the front of the old fort, and so protects it, but on the sides and behind there are many doors, and these had to be guarded, of course, in the old quarter as well as in that which was actually held by our troops.
Suddenly, Lemks shuddered, and a wave of color washed across the bed, over Vivenna, and pulsed along the floor before fading.
It is well known what a difference there is in the buoyancy of green and seasoned timber; and it occurred to me that floods might wash down plants or branches, and that these might be dried on the banks, and then by a fresh rise in the stream be washed into the sea.
42:011:038 And when the Pharisee saw it, he marvelled that he had not first washed before dinner.
"Were they washed on shipboard?"
Was washing at her ear with her back to the fire too.
But in justice tothis prince’s great clemency, and the care he has of his subjects’lives (wherein it were much to be wished that the Monarchs ofEurope would imitate him), it must be mentioned for his honour,that strict orders are given to have the infected parts of thefloor well washed after every such execution, which, if hisdomestics neglect, they are in danger of incurring his royaldispleasure.