But, Saheb, the shadow of evil was even then drawing nigh unto us.
THEY BRAKE OPE THE DUNGEON OF BELSAYE XIV HOW BELTANE CAME NIGH TO DEATH XV HOW BELTANE HAD WORD WITH PERTOLEPE THE RED, AND HOW THEY LEFT HIM IN THE FOREST XVI OF THE RUEFUL KNIGHT OF THE BURNING HEART XVII OF THE AMBUSHMENT
" The second verse she specially valued: "By nature and by practice far, How very far from God; Yet now by grace brought nigh to Him, Through faith in Jesus' blood.
I feel the Goddess nigh, The face of Nature cheers as well as I; O'er the flat green refreshing breezes run, The smiling daisies blow beneath the sun,
Kill not the moth nor butterfly, For the Last Judgment draweth nigh.
As Mr. Bradlaugh was sitting well-nigh exhausted in the hotel, the landlord rushed in, crying to him to go out and try to stop the people, or there would be murder done at the "Palmerston", Mr. Fowler's head-quarters; the crowd was charging the door, and the windows were being broken, with showers of stones.
We corned to a part o' the plains where we wos well-nigh starved for want o' game, an' the natter-list got so thin that ye could a'most see through him, so I offered to kill my horse, an' cut it up for meat; but you niver saw sich a face he made.
The Dog, which still was hovering nigh, Repeating the same timid cry, 55 This Dog, had been through three months' space A dweller in that savage place.
They see not, know not Thou art nigh: One day thy word will come; Will lift the forward-beaming eye, And strike the sorrow dumb.
Courage, Lord Anthony: if fortune please, She will and can these troubles soon appease; But if her backward frowns approach us nigh, Resolve with us with honour for to die.
To see that virtue should despised be, Of such as first were raised for virtue's parts, And now broad-spreading like an aged tree, Let none shoot up that nigh them planted be; O let not these, of whom the muse is scorned, Alive or dead be by the muse adorned.
When he who had been striving to kill me rolled from my back, I lay motionless, unable to raise a hand and gasping for breath, until Sergeant Corney lifted me up as he whispered in my ear: "Are you hurt, lad?" "Only choked well-nigh to death," I contrived to say, and then tried to struggle to my feet, but found myself yet pinned to the earth by the lifeless body which lay across my legs.
he cried, "'tis nigh the midnight hour and she a noted witchheed her not lest she blight thy fair body, lest she" "Peace, Roger!
Atter dat, Tenie sot a hawnet fer ter watch de tree; en w'en de nigger come back ag'in fer ter cut ernudder box on de yuther side'n de tree, de hawnet stung 'im so hard dat de ax slip en cut his foot nigh 'bout off.
What sawest thou there this day, Daughter, my daughter?' 'Oh, I saw a boat come drifting nigh, Where the quivering rushes hiss and sigh,
This broad exception, therefore, which embraces well-nigh half the infinitives in the language, though it contains some obvious truth, is both carelessly stated, and badly resolved.
How shall I now proceed?when I have already been speaking for so many hours on one subjecthis atrocious cruelty; when I have exhausted upon other points well-nigh all the powers of language such as alone is suited to that man's crimes;when
Now night's dim shades again involve the sky; Again the wanderers want a place to lie, 130 Again they search, and find a lodging nigh.
Mac Strann followed Fitz nigh onto two months, but Fitz knew what was up and he never would make a move.
You've been and frought her nigh to death with your terrifying ways.
Now the creeping nets of sleep Stretch about and gather nigh, And the midnight dim and deep Like a spirit passes by, Trailing from her crystal dress Dreams and silent frostiness.
And I will ask Alston what he means by even seeming to give countenance to those scoundrels by going nigh them.
The Queen goads the high-minded Bourbon nigh unto madness, and at length breaks out into open insult.
There was a town down the road which I had first heard discussed nigh twenty years ago by a broken-down prospector in a box-car.
His calling had taught him many of the hidden secrets of human nature and of Life: he guessed that the timeif not already herewas nigh at hand, when this unfortunate woman would realize the emptiness of her life, and would begin to reap the bitter harvest of the barren seeds which she had sown.