I saw his face quite well; it was neither false nor weak--ordinary.
The laughing lips quivered and the child turned away from him to John and hid her face against his knee.
"Well, Mr. BEN BUTLER," said Mr. P., "all that is easily understood, now that I know who you are; but tell me this, why are you so careful to cover your face when in the company of civilians or ladies, and yet go about so freely among these ex-Confederate officers?"
Being assured of welcome on all occasions, he of the long countenance went clanging down the iron shutter again; and the lonely law-student, burying his face in his hands, prayed Providence to forgive him for having esteemed his own lot so hopelessly gloomy when there were Comic Paper men on the very next floor.
Leaning back and watching his companion's face in profile as she sat forward, he could see that his suggestion was by no means convincing.
30:40 And Jacob did separate the lambs, and set the faces of the flocks toward the ringstraked, and all the brown in the flock of Laban; and he put his own flocks by themselves, and put them not unto Laban’s cattle.
Her father put his hand under her chin, and, lifting her face towards his, looked long and earnestly at the pure brow, about which the brown hair clustered in natural curls, the clear-cut nose, the laughing lips parted over a row of pearls, and the wonderful deep gray eyes.
"He who would these Boots displace Must meet BOMBASTES face to face."
Go, then, and see thou gird this one about With a smooth rush, and that thou wash his face, So that thou cleanse away all stain therefrom, For 'twere not fitting that the eye o'ercast By any mist should go before the first Angel, who is of those of Paradise.
New owners have brought new faces into the game, and when the National League starts on this year's campaign there will be some younger but equally as ambitious men at the heads of some of the clubs.
The man leaned forward showing in the doorway a handsome face, dark almost to swarthiness. "
Hands on knees, he bent to study the face of the new-born, that countenance so ambiguous to our eyes, scarce stamped yet with the common seal of humanity.
when shall I behold Thy face, Thou Majesty divine?"
A long-drawn, irrepressible aspiration of expectancy rose from the warship's decks as the stranger raised his haggard face, turned eyes unseeingly upon them, and fell back.
He thought the blood left her face for an instant, but otherwise she showed no sign of discomposure.
Then he stopped a moment, and wiped his face.
In your very city of Hoboken, I have stood face to face with a German creditor!
I was a little consoled by the nursery maid's assuring me that it was she who had come and looked at me, and lain down beside me in the bed, and that I must have been half-dreaming not to have known her face.
Yes--no--that is--or rather it isn't--" (Exit, while Trumpeter makes faces at the gallery.)
A spasm of pain crossed his face as Evadne's voice woke the echoes with a merry song. "
The man wondered a little if it were only the glow of the sunset that lit her face with such shining beauty; he noted how the fires of it flowed over her bright, blown hair and kindled its colour, how it lingered in the clear eyes, and flamed upon the white neck and throat till they had almost the translucence of pearl.
Heavily his eyes searched Judge Hildreth's face for some sign of pity or relenting, but in vain.
I had arranged men and women before me according to all the devices of art, to serve as my models, that nature might be in my picture, and life; but when I looked I saw them not, for between them and me had come a Face.'
Never since the strong-limbed Goths changed the face of Europe has there been a period of such tense anticipation, nor so great a possibility of volcanic change.
The light touched his own face, and showed a very perplexed countenance.
He wore a melancholy face always, and even his smile--for I do not ever remember to have seen him laugh--seemed to be forced.
When the glass was half full he hesitated and sought the face of the bartender again, for permission to go on.
The tried dangers beneath seemed even greater than that of the cliff in front; therefore, after scanning its face again and again, I began to scale it, picking my holds with intense caution.
'Often had I painted that Face in the other life, sometimes with awe and love, sometimes with scorn,--for hire and for bread, and for pride and for fame.
She looked at the tender sky, as on the far horizon it bent low to kiss the face of the mysterious mighty ocean which stretched "a sea without a shore."
I kept my face in shadow.
The next I knew I was sitting propped against the tent-pole with a cold bandage round my forehead, and Ringan with a napkin bathing my face.
How well I remember his long saturnine face, slightly pitted with smallpox, and his chestnut wig.
And one of them, who seemed to me fatigued, Was sitting down, and both his knees embraced, Holding his face low down between them bowed.
Don't let people of the world think they must draw down their faces and colaps, because a man joaks about a lot of wacks figgers dressed up in 6 penny caliker.
Hence the rise of Polytheism and local deities, which have overspread the face of the earth, under the different titles of guardian gods or tutelary saints.
Then the Pilgrim lifted her head from her mother's bosom, and looked in her face with eyes full of longing. "
The priest read the homesick face like a book.
She looked up at him--looked with a wild, despairing, unbelieving gaze, pressing the handsome dead face to her bosom, and then, with a wild, wailing sob, bent her head until the shining dark mass of hair fell like a funeral veil over her own and the dead face.
They seemed very glad to see him, and began pressing round to lick his face; but he pushed them off, and ran away over the plain as fast as he could.
The Boy went and bent his face down close over the rigid mouth to feel for the breath.
I threw them over, one at a time, the old fellow last, and as he slipped from my hand into the river, he thrust his ugly face out of the water, and said, coolly, 'Good morning!
"Good old Kazan," she cried softly, putting her face down close to him.
The stranger laughed, pulled a face which, as far as ugliness went, was hardly an improvement on the one Nature had already bestowed upon him, and then pointed mockingly at the remains of the masterpiece.
Close at hand was a bottle lying face downward, and corked.
She threw her arms around his neck and laid her face against his breast. "
Other forms of coal took the human face.
There could be no doubt, however I may have saved my face, that command had been taken from me by that rascal, Handy Solomon.
He thereupon averted his face, and sat as before with folded arms.