hero sprang up with a relieving snort.
All on a sudden some night it will come wailing in the wind outside your window, and you must blacken your heart and harden your face with another strangling
grip of its slim appealing throat, another blow upon its angel eyes.
As it was, he was already thirty yards behind us and on the verge of strangling
when we reached the brow of the slope.
I have mentioned it only to explain why, on arriving with the Vicomte de Chagny in the cellars of the Opera, I was bound to protect my companion against the ever-threatening danger of death by strangling
But for all the hurry of his coming, these were not the dews of exertion that he wiped away, but the moisture of some strangling
anguish; for his face was white and his voice, when he spoke, harsh and broken.
Now slow The plectrum led to prayer the cloistered chords, Now loudly with the crash of falling rain, Now soft as the leaf whispering of words, Now loud and soft together as the long Patter of pearls and seed-pearls on a dish Of marble; liquid now as from the bush Warbles the mango bird; meandering Now as the streamlet seawards; voiceless now As the wild torrent in the strangling
arms Of her ice-lover, lying motionless, Lulled in a passion far too deep for sound.
Somewhere behind a screen a clock began wheezing, as though oppressed by something, as though someone were strangling
Every one marvelled at the way in which these things had been done in gold, the dog looking at the fawn, and strangling
it, while the fawn was struggling convulsively to escape.
The two half-breed hunters were now eager to repeat the manoeuvre of the noose; promising to entrap Bruin, and have rare sport in strangling
and drowning him.
To see some of their faces you'd have thought they were afraid I'd go about at night strangling
Wolfert heard the plunge, and a kind of strangling
, bubbling murmur, but the darkness of the night hid everything from him, and the swiftness of the current swept everything instantly out of hearing.
Once or twice it made wry faces at swallowing a mouthful of water, and choked a spluttered as if on the point of strangling