The forlorn and wasted looks and starving
condition of these two men struck dismay to the hearts of Mr.
But make the ship go as fast as you can, for I am certain that the man is starving
He prospered enormously, but the work men were no better off than at first, and they dared not rebel and demand more of the money they had made, for there were always plenty of starving
wretches outside willing to take their places on the old terms.
He was starving
for sympathy, which, with him, meant intelligent understanding; and he had yet to learn that Ruth's sympathy was largely sentimental and tactful, and that it proceeded from gentleness of nature rather than from understanding of the objects of her sympathy.
He inquired the reason for their refusal, seeing that they were in nearly as starving
a situation as his own people.
This was simple and clear, and yet, with cruel inconsistency, whenever he escaped from this nightmare it was to suffer and cry out at the vision of Ona starving
I want your cob,' said I (for I was on foot); 'I'm a starving
Jack, and as I can't get a ship I'm going to take to the bush.
Something must be done to feed a starving
treasury, and there is no other resource in all Italy-- none but the riches of the Church.
Foulon who told the starving
people they might eat grass
We had a good dinner at the Fuddle town," said Uncle Henry, "and that will keep us from starving
to death for a long time.
There, at the opposite end of a miserably furnished bed-chamber, lying back feebly in a tattered old arm-chair, was one more among the thousands of forlorn creatures, starving
that night in the great city.
The Spaniards were in no small consternation at this sight; and, as they found that the fellows went straggling all over the shore, they made no doubt but, first or last, some of them would chop in upon their habitation, or upon some other place where they would see the token of inhabitants; and they were in great perplexity also for fear of their flock of goats, which, if they should be destroyed, would have been little less than starving