Her son turned to look at her as she reeled and swayed in the middle of the room, her fierce face convulsed with passion, her blotched arms raised high in imprecation
It was at that moment that the recluse caught sight, from the window of her bole, of the gypsy on the pillory, and hurled at her her sinister imprecation
The fact that it is difficult to aim anything but imprecations
accurately by moonlight, that they were upset by the sudden and unexpected manner of my advent, and that I was a rather rapidly moving target saved me from the various deadly projectiles of the enemy and permitted me to reach the shadows of the surrounding peaks before an orderly pursuit could be organized.
And amidst the noise of the third brigade, which continued to advance, the imprecations
of the guards still left alive, the muffled groans of the dying, Aramis and Porthos glided unseen along the granite walls of the cavern.
The jailer opened the door, with terrible imprecations
against the prisoner who disturbed him at an hour which Master Gryphus was not accustomed to be aroused.
The man followed to the chariot door, uttering the wildest imprecations
and curses all the way; but as Mr.
The Westerly Wind asserting his sway from the south-west quarter is often like a monarch gone mad, driving forth with wild imprecations
the most faithful of his courtiers to shipwreck, disaster, and death.
We had battled out many a long watch together, beguiling the weary hours with chat, song, and story, mingled with a good many imprecations
upon the hard destiny it seemed our common fortune to encounter.
The first use he made of the power of speech, after his recovery from the sudden effects of his astonishment, was to discharge a round volley of oaths and imprecations
He shouted choking and gurgling curses at the starry heavens; he cut viciously with his whip at passing vehicles; he scattered fierce and ever-changing oaths and imprecations
along the streets, so that a late truck driver, crawling homeward, heard and was abashed.
So am I,' said his friend, 'and so are many of us; and they shook hands upon it with a great oath, and with many terrible imprecations
on the Papists.
The last I saw of him, his head was bent over his knee and he was working hard at his fetter, muttering impatient imprecations
at it and at his leg.