A quick vision of death smote her soul, and for a second of time appalled
and enfeebled her senses.
The cries came from no particular direction, though it was evident they filled the woods, and, as the appalled
listeners easily imagined, the caverns of the falls, the rocks, the bed of the river, and the upper air.
The next moment, without any visible cause for the change, her unwonted joy shrank back, appalled
, as it were, and clothed itself in mourning; or it ran and hid itself, so to speak, in the dungeon of her heart, where it had long lain chained, while a cold, spectral sorrow took the place of the imprisoned joy, that was afraid to be enfranchised, --a sorrow as black as that was bright.
How often was he appalled
by some shrub covered with snow, which, like a sheeted spectre, beset his very path
How being an anointed pilot-prophet, or speaker of true things, and bidden by the Lord to sound those unwelcome truths in the ears of a wicked nineveh, jonah, appalled
at the hostility he should raise, fled from his mission, and sought to escape his duty and his God by taking ship at Joppa.
Jurgis shrank back appalled
, for he thought it was an accident; there fell a pillar of white flame, dazzling as the sun, swishing like a huge tree falling in the forest.
Marco was appalled
, and held his breath; and when the grandee accepted, he was so grateful that he almost forgot to be astonished at the condescension.
She sank to the ground and burst into such a frenzy of crying that Tom was appalled
with the idea that she might die, or lose her reason.
I say, this picture sometimes appalled
us, and made us "rather bear those ills we had,Than fly to others, that we knew not of.
Her brother, who loved her tenderly, was appalled
at this fantastic preference.
Although he did not look very healthy - having pimples on his face, and a breaking out at his mouth - these dreadful preparations quite appalled
The whole appearance of the dungeon might have appalled
a stouter heart than that of Isaac, who, nevertheless, was more composed under the imminent pressure of danger, than he had seemed to be while affected by terrors, of which the cause was as yet remote and contingent.