Among other good-for-nothing properties and privileges, one was especially assigned
them,--that of exercising an influence over people's dreams.
Luther, according to the scandal of his monkish enemies, was a brat of that hellish breed; nor was Pearl the only child to whom this inauspicious origin was assigned
among the New England Puritans.
Well; when all the wedding guests were assembled at the bride's bamboo cottage, this Captain marches in, and being assigned
the post of honor, placed himself over against the punchbowl, and between the High Priest and his majesty the King, Queequeg's father.
One would think, that a deliberate and practical denial of its authority was the only offense never contemplated by its government; else, why has it not assigned
its definite, its suitable and proportionate, penalty?
But I presently found an antique which was older than either the battered Cathedral or the date assigned
to the piece of history; it was a spiral-shaped fossil as large as the crown of a hat; it was embedded in the marble bench, and had been sat upon by tourists until it was worn smooth.
Jennings had assigned
him for her own satisfaction, were now actually excited by her sister; and that however a general resemblance of disposition between the parties might forward the affection of Mr.
The garden was a wide inclosure, surrounded with walls so high as to exclude every glimpse of prospect; a covered verandah ran down one side, and broad walks bordered a middle space divided into scores of little beds: these beds were assigned
as gardens for the pupils to cultivate, and each bed had an owner.
If no reason can be assigned
-- and I know of none myself -- I think we have a point here which deserves our careful consideration; for it may be a point which is open to attack.
The Concord bed-chamber being always assigned
to a passenger by the mail, and passengers by the mail being always heavily wrapped up from bead to foot, the room had the odd interest for the establishment of the Royal George, that although but one kind of man was seen to go into it, all kinds and varieties of men came out of it.
It was evident to me that this was the duty assigned
In its small proportions, it was not unlike the kind of place usually assigned
to a gate-porter in Paris.
It was chiefly at night, when he was not occupied in his loom, that he fell into this repetition of an act for which he could have assigned
no definite purpose, and which can hardly be understood except by those who have undergone a bewildering separation from a supremely loved object.