Our gloves are glued
with the frozen blood, Our eyes with the drifting snow; But we come back to our wives again, Back from the edge of the floe!
HUNCA MUNCA tried every tin spoon in turn; the fish was glued
to the dish.
Such is the riddle:--'A man I saw who on another man had glued
the bronze by aid of fire,' and others of the same kind.
Instead of a neatly glued
floor, swept by the bees with the fanning of their wings, there is a floor littered with bits of wax, excrement, dying bees scarcely moving their legs, and dead ones that have not been cleared away.
Out of colours ye seem to be baked, and out of glued
where, when seamen fall overboard, they are sometimes found, months afterwards, perpendicularly frozen into the hearts of fields of ice, as a fly is found glued
The poor boy still clung on as if glued
to the glass by his blood-stained hands.
Across the threshold lay stretched the sleepless guardian brute, just as I had last seen him on the preceding day; apparently he had not moved a muscle; his eyes were fairly glued
upon me, and I fell to wondering just what might befall me should I endeavor to escape.
The other four men glued
their eyes on their plates and chewed steadily and with thoughtful precision, their ears moving and wobbling, in time with their jaws, like the ears of so many animals.
But to speak the truth, imprisoned in these heavy garments, and glued
to the deck by my leaden soles, it was impossible for me to take a step.