As when the stricken whale, that from the tub has reeled out hundreds of fathoms of rope; as, after deep sounding, he floats up again, and shows the slackened curling line buoyantly
rising and spiralling towards the air; so now, Starbuck saw long coils of the umbilical cord of Madame Leviathan, by which the young cub seemed still tethered to its dam.
So now again, as buoyantly
as ever, he went forth to behold the likeness of the Great Stone Face.
From the verdant surfaces of the large stones that lay scattered about, the natives were now sliding off into the water, diving and ducking beneath the surface in all directions--the young girls springing buoyantly
into the air, and revealing their naked forms to the waist, with their long tresses dancing about their shoulders, their eyes sparkling like drops of dew in the sun, and their gay laughter pealing forth at every frolicsome incident.
The whole thing is different,' he went on, buoyantly
As these commenced to revolve the ship took up its journey once more, riding the new element as buoyantly
and as safely as she had the air.
Be that as it may, the fact is that I marched buoyantly
behind my guide straight into the jaws of death.
He seemed, if possible, to have grown younger, to walk more buoyantly
The air is so unusually clear, the clouds sail on so buoyantly
, and from the green herbage a fragrance is exhaled that fills me with delight, For many a year have I not felt as at this moment.
They walked together along the passage to the entrance hall, where they saw the fresh, freckled face of the Duke of Chester, who was bounding buoyantly
along towards them.
In the confusion and commotion, the construction sector too has experienced mixed circumstances, from projects being shelved and then resurrected, to launching bigger and better developments and even a Guinness Book of Records entry being set - all the while before a backdrop of a yo-yoing economy, swinging from between flailing and dwindling fiscal reserves, to buoyantly
riding the non-hydrocarbon wave.
Although Gearoid affirms that he was a happy child growing up, buoyantly
cheerful rather than lonely, readers all over the globe took pity on this isolated boy touted as having "only the seagulls as playmates" (17).
And, above all, a bustling account of the remarkable First Piano Concerto from Cedric Tiberghien, his busy pianism encompassing both stormy rumblings and sweet domesticism, the CBSO collaborating buoyantly
and cushioning with such warmth (they have previous in this concerto, having won Gramophone's "Recording of the Year" award for their pairing of both Mendelssohn piano concertos from Stephen Hough, Lawrence Foster conducting).