The morning sun looked softly down upon the broad green earth, which like a mighty altar was sending up clouds of perfume from its breast, while flowers danced gayly
in the summer wind, and birds sang their morning hymn among the cool green leaves.
It was drawn by one hundred pairs of white mice, and the Poodle sat on the coachman's seat and snapped his whip gayly
in the air, as if he were a real coachman in a hurry to get to his destination.
I lunged gayly
with my stick at a lamp-post and missed it, whereat a street-urchin grinned, and I winked at him and slipped twopence down his back.
The trap-door on which the doctor had been standing, and on which he had descended, closed up with a bang at the same moment; and a friendly voice from the lower regions called out gayly
When they first descried Mercy running to the door, they brightened gayly
with the merriment of a child.
Well," said he, "I hardly know; we always liked to hear the trumpet sound, and to be called out, and were impatient to start off, though sometimes we had to stand for hours, waiting for the word of command; and when the word was given we used to spring forward as gayly
and eagerly as if there were no cannon balls, bayonets, or bullets.
Children munching oranges, six thousand fans fluttering and glimmering, everybody happy, everybody chatting gayly
with their intimates, lovely girl-faces smiling recognition and salutation to other lovely girl-faces, gray old ladies and gentlemen dealing in the like exchanges with each other - ah, such a picture of cheery contentment and glad anticipation
And yet, Monsieur le Frondeur," said Mazarin gayly
, "the affair which you have taken in charge must, from the king "
I asked her if she thought she could brave the ascent, and she laughed gayly
in my face.
They stood in long black lines, waiting before the pit entrances of the theatres-- short-coated boys, and girls in sailor hats, all shivering and chatting gayly
In the trees, the birds sang gayly
among the rustling leaves.
In those days such a coat would often be worn by workmen for ease in working, but it has come down to us only as the gayly
colored coat worn by heralds.