Bhaer sometimes used eye glasses, and Jo had tried them once, smiling to see how they magnified
the fine print of her book.
across the distance by the horizontal light, it stood out against the sun, was exactly contained within the circle of the disk; the handles, the tongue, the share--black against the molten red.
The danger was, therefore, magnified
exactly in proportion to the number of the savage spirits by which they were surrounded.
But the news of its sudden fortune, magnified
by report, began presently to flood the settlement with another class of adventurers.
So utterly lost was he to all sense of reverence for the many marvels of their majestic bulk and mystic ways; and so dead to anything like an apprehension of any possible danger from encountering them; that in his poor opinion, the wondrous whale was but a species of magnified
mouse, or at least water-rat, requiring only a little circumvention and some small application of time and trouble in order to kill and boil.
our contract -- we must find running water.
However, in the mean time it had transpired that the men employed to calk the raft had found that the leak was not a leak at all, but only a crack between the logs--a crack that belonged there, and was not dangerous, but had been magnified
into a leak by the disordered imagination of the mate.
His name even went into immortal print, for the village paper magnified
It was a dislike so little justevery imputed fault was so magnified
by fancy, that she never saw Jane Fairfax the first time after any considerable absence, without feeling that she had injured her; and now, when the due visit was paid, on her arrival, after a two years' interval, she was particularly struck with the very appearance and manners, which for those two whole years she had been depreciating.
The Ladies Lynn and Ingram continued to consort in solemn conferences, where they nodded their two turbans at each other, and held up their four hands in confronting gestures of surprise, or mystery, or horror, according to the theme on which their gossip ran, like a pair of magnified
Wopsle with red worsted legs under a highly magnified
phosphoric countenance and a shock of red curtain-fringe for his hair, engaged in the manufacture of thunderbolts in a mine, and displaying great cowardice when his gigantic master came home (very hoarse) to dinner.
To her the atoms of life were magnified
by an optic peculiar to persons who are selfish by nature or self-absorbed by some accident.