In the moment's pause I speak of, I saw Uriah's countenance form itself into a most ill-favoured
You'd be everybody's master, if you durst," retorted Orlick, with an ill-favoured
His own ill-favoured
person, which was quite unmarketable, escaped without injury; but poor Wildfire, unconscious of his price, turned on his flank and painfully panted his last.
I will tell you," answered Sancho; "it was because I have been looking at you for some time by the light of the torch held by that unfortunate, and verily your worship has got of late the most ill-favoured
countenance I ever saw: it must be either owing to the fatigue of this combat, or else to the want of teeth and grinders.
Macfarlane made some ill-favoured
jest about the farmer's wife, but it came hollowly from his lips, and was allowed to drop in silence.
He was ill-favoured
, but a good runner, and was an only son among five sisters.
Those who pleased to do so were allowed to repose implicit faith in an ill-favoured
god with a large bottle-nose and fat shapeless arms crossed upon his breast; whilst others worshipped an image which, having no likeness either in heaven or on earth, could hardly be called an idol.
In a rather ill-favoured
and ill-savoured neighbourhood, though one of its rising grounds bears the name of Mount Pleasant, the Elfin Smallweed, christened Bartholomew and known on the domestic hearth as Bart, passes that limited portion of his time on which the office and its contingencies have no claim.
Scragga stepped forward with an ill-favoured
grin, and lifted his spear.
Oh,' growled Ralph, with an ill-favoured
frown, 'you are Nicholas, I suppose?
He was an ill-favoured
, undersized, gruff sailor of fifty, coarsely hairy, short-legged, long-armed, resembling an elderly ape.
Who is this ill-favoured
man, and what has he to do with you?