Till the animals that have entered your cave come out again I prefer to remain in the open air
When Aramis had seen to all these things, and appeared satisfied with the result of his inspection, "Let us consult Porthos," said he, "to know if we must endeavor to get the boat out by the unknown extremity of the grotto, following the descent and the shade of the cavern, or whether it be better, in the open air
, to make it slide upon its rollers through the bushes, leveling the road of the little beach, which is but twenty feet high, and gives, at high tide, three or four fathoms of good water upon a sound bottom.
She flies, she is joyous, she is just born; she seeks the spring, the open air
, liberty: oh, yes
Nor indeed can the whale possibly be otherwise than fragrant, when, as a general thing, he enjoys such high health; taking abundance of exercise; always out of doors; though, it is true, seldom in the open air
At this dim inceptive stage of the day Tess seemed to Clare to exhibit a dignified largeness both of disposition and physique, an almost regnant power, possibly because he knew that at that preternatural time hardly any woman so well endowed in person as she was likely to be walking in the open air
within the boundaries of his horizon; very few in all England.
It was so with Ahab; only that now, of late, he seemed so much to live in the open air
, that truly speaking, his visits were more to the cabin, than from, the cabin to the planks.
Next to the commonalty of husbandmen is one of shepherds and herdsmen; for they have many things in common with them, and, by their way of life, are excellently qualified to make good soldiers, stout in body, and able to continue in the open air
I don't mind the dust," said Anne, "but Gilbert says I must keep in the open air
Jones retired from the company, in which we have seen him engaged, into the fields, where he intended to cool himself by a walk in the open air
before he attended Mr Allworthy.
But when she reached the open air
, just as Nutty charged up, she saw by his face that it was anguish not joy that had spurred him on.
Not in the least; or, rather, he did not exhibit it to me"--was the answer, with the same open air
Since it is always fought in the open air
, the combatants are nearly sure to catch cold.