But that was not the wonder of wonders; I reserve this distinction for quite another circumstance: the circumstance that dread had unmistakably
quitted me and that there was nothing in me there that didn't meet and measure him.
But if, like Queequeg and me in the bed, the tip of your nose or the crown of your head be slightly chilled, why then, indeed, in the general consciousness you feel most delightfully and unmistakably
It augmented fast, it spread all along, and it unmistakably
furnished me this fact: an armed host was taking up its quarters in the ditch.
I began to feel unmistakably
out of place in that pleasant family circle.
To Miss Garth's horror, Magdalen's arm was unmistakably
round Frank's neck; and, worse still, the position of her face, at the moment of discovery, showed beyond all doubt that she had just been offering to the victim of Chinese commerce the first and foremost of all the consolations which a woman can bestow on a man.
Micawber, with his hand upon the ruler in his breast, stood erect before the door, most unmistakably
contemplating one of his fellow-men, and that man his employer.
Some I have not had space to confide to the reader; but somehow or other they had not seemed the unmistakably
predestined for which I was seeking.
It was a true feline screech, impossible to localize; but it was interrupted by a sob, a snarl, a fierce spitting, and a scuffling, coming unmistakably
from a room on the floor beneath, in which, at that hour, the older girls assembled for study.
The first thing he did was to procure a doctor's robe, so that his dress, added to the long beard he had allowed to grow on his travels, might unmistakably
proclaim his profession.
I did not, however, mean to die, and an incident occurred that warned me unmistakably
of the folly of letting the days pass so,--for each fresh day was fraught with increasing danger from the Beast People.
Spectrum analysis of the black powder points unmistakably
to the presence of an unknown element with a brilliant group of three lines in the green, and it is pos- sible that it combines with argon to form a compound which acts at once with deadly effect upon some constituent in the blood.
But all these reasons were combated, destroyed, overthrown, by that feeling of intimate pain which, on certain occasions, takes possession of our being, and cries to us so as to be understood unmistakably
that some great misfortune is hanging over us.