And Colette's frequenters, thrillingly
conscious of wrong-doing and 'that two-handed engine (the policeman) at the door,' were perhaps inclined to somewhat feverish excess.
To be told in rhythmical cadences that her eyes were stars of the morning -- that her cheek had the flush it stole from the sunrise -- that her lips were redder than the roses of Paradise, was thrillingly
All the others were following the herds over the grassy pastures, and he, left quite alone in the homestead, was roaming hither and thither and playing thrillingly
upon the lyre.
And also in a moment his heart responded thrillingly
to this novel mood.
She resolved that she would not be guilty of throwing herself at him, and withheld dance after dance, and yet was secretly and thrillingly
aware that she was pursuing the right tactics.
The sounds were those of females, and were thrillingly
soft and wailing.
Matthew saw that she was faint, and kneeling down, supported her in his arms, while he threw some of the thrillingly
cold water of the enchanted lake upon her face and bosom.
Ainsworth, who has in preparation, and will shortly give the public a more minute, and no doubt, a thrillingly
interesting account of the voyage.
As a story of unprecedented adventure in a distant and unknown region it speaks thrillingly
to the universal human sense of romance.
This time Wolf Larsen's command was thrillingly
Time was not given to reflect on the merits, or rather the demerits, of most of the different individuals to whom he alluded, in consequence of the rapid manner in which he ran over their names; but so cunningly did he time his events, and so thrillingly
did he make his appeals, aided as they were by the power of his deep-toned and stirring voice, that each of them struck an answering chord in the breast of some one of his auditors.
From the paintings over which his elaborate fancy brooded, and which grew, touch by touch, into vagueness at which I shuddered the more thrillingly
, because I shuddered knowing not why;--from these paintings (vivid as their images now are before me) I would in vain endeavour to educe more than a small portion which should lie within the compass of merely written words.