So, as he stood carefully stroking his umbrella, and folding and patting down all the creases
in it, he proceeded on with his exhortations in a general way.
The traces of the bog were removed from it; the creases
left by the wet smoothed out: it was quite decent.
As I was getting on the stool opposite, to talk to him more conveniently, I observed that he had not such a thing as a smile about him, and that he could only widen his mouth and make two hard creases
down his cheeks, one on each side, to stand for one.
As for his coat, though remarkable for its cleanliness, it was always half worn-out, but without spots or creases
The sun fell on the piteous things, disclosing their spots and the creases
formed by the motions of the body.
His salt and pepper suit was of a stiff, unyielding material, and the first time he had worn it the creases
had vanished never to return.
The newcomers were Colonel Lysander Stark and a short thick man with a chinchilla beard growing out of the creases
of his double chin, who was introduced to me as Mr.
In an instant I had caught him round the waist, and held him up while Holmes and Pycroft untied the elastic bands which had disappeared between the livid creases
She sat opposite the window, and the pale light reflected from the banks of snow made her face look more than usually drawn and bloodless, sharpened the three parallel creases
between ear and cheek, and drew querulous lines from her thin nose to the corners of her mouth.
As he bowed to me in that tight state, I almost believe I saw creases
come into the whites of his eyes.
An instant Santos stood, his back to me, his fingers working, his neck brown with blood; then his coat went into creases
across the shoulders, and he was shrugging still as he turned away.
He had on a brand-new uniform showing the creases
where it had been folded and thick gold epaulettes which seemed to stand rather than lie down on his massive shoulders.