The mighty cork trees, unenforced save of their own courtesy, shed the broad light bark that served at first to roof the houses supported by rude stakes, a protection against the inclemency
of heaven alone.
Perhaps she was afraid that the venerable chair, by being exposed to the inclemency
of a September gale, might get the rheumatism in its aged joints.
When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a party of pleasure to the baths near Thonon; the inclemency
of the weather obliged us to remain a day confined to the inn.
The robust Scotchman, accustomed to the snows of his native hills, had stretched himself against a post, and like a fallen statue, insensible to the inclemency
of the weather, had allowed the snow to cover him.
This family were situated in the Notch of the White Hills, where the wind was sharp throughout the year, and pitilessly cold in the winter,--giving their cottage all its fresh inclemency
before it descended on the valley of the Saco.
This family were situated in the Notch of the White Hills, where the wind was sharp throughout the year, and pitilessly cold in the winter- giving their cottage all its fresh inclemency
before it descended on the valley of the Saco) They dwelt in a cold spot and a dangerous one; for a mountain towered above their heads, so steep, that the stones would often rumble down its sides and startle them at midnight.
They live," says he, "without any further protection from the inclemency
of the season, than a sort of break-weather, about three feet high, composed of sage (or wormwood), and erected around them in the shape of a half moon.
This was accorded with more good-will than it was accepted: for Partridge would rather have submitted to the utmost inclemency
of the weather than have trusted to the clemency of those whom he took for hobgoblins; and the poor post-boy was now infected with the same apprehensions; but they were both obliged to follow the example of Jones; the one because he durst not leave his horse, and the other because he feared nothing so much as being left by himself.
Lying upon the table beside him, as he had carelessly thrown them down, were a heavy riding-whip and a slouched hat, the latter worn no doubt as being best suited to the inclemency
of the weather.
Despite the inclemency
of Chicago weather, husband and wife left home before dawn and ended their daily toils at midnight.
of the air, frost, thunders, unseasonable rains, drought, hail, and whatever is disorderly in the world, are the fruits of sin.
strikes, many a happy hour can be whittled away among the aged tomes of Barter Books.