With the good sense and sturdy independence that characterized
him, he refused Mr.
Cora was seated nigh them, a calm and amused looker-on; regarding the wayward movements of her more youthful sister with that species of maternal fondness which characterized
her love for Alice.
Colonel Pyncheon, the claimant, as we gather from whatever traits of him are preserved, was characterized
by an iron energy of purpose.
His spirit could never, I conceive, have been characterized
by an uneasy activity; it must, at any period of his life, have required an impulse to set him in motion; but once stirred up, with obstacles to overcome, and an adequate object to be attained, it was not in the man to give out or fail.
When I stand among these mighty Leviathan skeletons, skulls, tusks, jaws, ribs, and vertebrae, all characterized
by partial resemblances to the existing breeds of sea-monsters; but at the same time bearing on the other hand similar affinities to the annihilated antichronical Leviathans, their incalculable seniors; I am, by a flood, borne back to that wondrous period, ere time itself can be said to have begun; for time began with man.
The campaign had so far been characterized
by what the newspapers termed "apathy.
He was a large, broad-chested, powerfully-made man, of a full glossy black, and a face whose truly African features were characterized
by an expression of grave and steady good sense, united with much kindliness and benevolence.
His course was characterized
by no extraordinary demon- strations of cruelty.
Her complexion partook of the pure monotony of tint which characterized
her hair -- it was of the same soft, warm, creamy fairness all over, without a tinge of color in the cheeks, except on occasions of unusual bodily exertion or sudden mental disturbance.
The revolutions of time furnish no previous example of a nation shooting up to maturity and expanding into greatness with the rapidity which has characterized
the growth of the American people.
Were there not even these inducements to moderation, nothing could be more ill-judged than that intolerant spirit which has, at all times, characterized
The once occasional huskiness of his tone was heard no more; and a tremulous quaver, as if of extreme terror, habitually characterized