by apprehension, he left the scout, who immediately entered into a loud conversation with the stranger that had so unceremoniously enlisted himself in the party of travelers that morning.
Behold, then, the candles lighted, the fire stimulated
to the burning point in the grate, and our three worthies seated round a table, well spread with all the accessories to good fellowship enumerated before.
if he should be so far stimulated
by your genius as to learn to draw himself, how delightful it would be
And the thought which stimulated
him more than any other was this imagining what his father would look like when he saw that he had a son who was as straight and strong as other fathers' sons.
I am the gentleman," chimed in Frank, stimulated
by the force of example.
But the being cherished as a kind of plaything in my room, and the consciousness that this accomplishment of mine was bruited about among the boys, and attracted a good deal of notice to me though I was the youngest there, stimulated
me to exertion.
In our already-mentioned freemasonry as fellow-sufferers, and in his good-natured companionship with me, it was our evening habit to compare the way we bit through our slices, by silently holding them up to each other's admiration now and then - which stimulated
us to new exertions.
Each year he has strained and stimulated
his art to surpass himself, seeking ever a finer and a brighter gold, a more celestial azure.
it is not fit for such as we to sit with the rulers of the land,'' said the Jew; whose ambition for precedence though it had led him to dispute Place with the extenuated and impoverished descendant of the line of Montdidier, by no means stimulated
him to an intrusion upon the privileges of the wealthy Saxons.
She made the others laugh too, for her hidden excitement, sharpened by irrepressible shootings of dread, stimulated
her, and the romance of Smilash's disguise gave her a sensation of dreaming.
The same man, stimulated
by private pique against the MEGARENSIANS, another nation of Greece, or to avoid a prosecution with which he was threatened as an accomplice of a supposed theft of the statuary Phidias, or to get rid of the accusations prepared to be brought against him for dissipating the funds of the state in the purchase of popularity, or from a combination of all these causes, was the primitive author of that famous and fatal war, distinguished in the Grecian annals by the name of the PELOPONNESIAN war; which, after various vicissitudes, intermissions, and renewals, terminated in the ruin of the Athenian commonwealth.
Her mind, stimulated
by these feelings, was much occupied by du Bousquier.