was summoned from Buxton, and abruptly carried off her darling boy; but the idea, even, of such an eagle in the Chiswick dovecot caused a great flutter in the breast of Miss Pinkerton, who would have sent away Miss Sharp but that she was bound to her under a forfeit, and who never could thoroughly believe the young lady's protestations that she had never exchanged a single word with Mr.
At length he reached the fir-tree beneath which she was sitting, and with a crisp
crackling sound he alighted beside her, and looked at her lovely face.
March came in that winter like the meekest and mildest of lambs, bringing days that were crisp
and golden and tingling, each followed by a frosty pink twilight which gradually lost itself in an elfland of moonshine.
Anne thought those Friday evening gypsyings over the autumnal hills in the crisp
golden air, with the homelights of Avonlea twinkling beyond, were the best and dearest hours in the whole week.
He'd have liked to have slipped away secret, but we was keeping him under espionage too crisp
for that, so he has to tell us.
The dust in the curtains, if you will pardon me for hinting such a thing, has parched my throat to a crisp
Among the Dutch whalemen these scraps are called fritters; which, indeed, they greatly resemble, being brown and crisp
, and smelling something like old Amsterdam housewives' dough-nuts or oly-cooks, when fresh.
All was fresh and beautiful after the sultriness of the desert, and the sunshine and sweet, crisp
air were delightful to the wanderers.
The sky over them was like a jewelled cup from which the dusk was pouring; the air was crisp
with the compelling tang of the sea, and the whole landscape was infused with the subtleties of a sea evening.
It was a crisp
, clear day, the first of its order for some time; the night had brought a touch of frost, and the autumn air, bright and sharp, made the church bells almost gay.
Out from the centre of the sea, poor Pip turned his crisp
, curling, black head to the sun, another lonely castaway, though the loftiest and the brightest.
This is the correct Andalusian dawn now - crisp
, fresh, dewy, fragrant, pungent - "