Ah, we safely may trust to its gleaming, And be sure it will lead us aright
-- We safely may trust to a gleaming That cannot but guide us aright
, Since it flickers up to Heaven through the night.
But suppose some of them happen to guess aright
," persisted the Steward; "then you would lose your old ornaments and these new ones, too.
Because no man can ever feel his own identity aright
except his eyes be closed; as if darkness were indeed the proper element of our essences, though light be more congenial to our clayey part.
But to comprehend it aright
, you must know something of the curious internal structure of the thing operated upon.
The great Admiral and good seaman could read aright
the signs of sea and sky, as his order to prepare to anchor at the end of the day sufficiently proves; but, all the same, the mere idea of these baffling easterly airs, coming on at any time within half an hour or so, after the firing of the first shot, is enough to take one's breath away, with the image of the rearmost ships of both divisions falling off, unmanageable, broadside on to the westerly swell, and of two British Admirals in desperate jeopardy.
With aim aright
, With quivering flight, On LAMBKINS pouncing, Headlong down, sore-hungry, For lambkins longing, Fierce 'gainst all lamb-spirits, Furious-fierce all that look Sheeplike, or lambeyed, or crisp-woolly, --Grey, with lambsheep kindliness!
Would, indeed, that I were a nightingale to sing aright
the beauty of that rose with which, think of it, I was to spend a whole fortnight,--yes, no less than fourteen wonderful days.
He seemed to doubt whether he had heard her aright
Howbeit we have not yet been able to overtake young madam, we may account it some good fortune that we have hitherto traced her course aright
It must, in short, possess all the means, and have aright
to resort to all the methods, of executing the powers with which it is intrusted, that are possessed and exercised by the government of the particular States.
Read their faces, I pray you, and say whether the inward movement of the spirit hath guided my choice aright
In truth, the man who would behold aright
the glory of God upon earth must in solitude behold that glory.