Damon standing in a little clearing, with upraised
club, Tom could not repress a laugh.
Jurgis stood upright; trembling with passion, his hands clenched and his arms upraised
, his whole soul ablaze with hatred and defiance.
Rachel Halliday, who had taken her hands out of a batch of biscuit, to hear the news, stood with them upraised
and floury, and with a face of the deepest concern.
She, too, was attired in oriental fashion: a crimson scarf tied sash-like round the waist: an embroidered handkerchief knotted about her temples; her beautifully-moulded arms bare, one of them upraised
in the act of supporting a pitcher, poised gracefully on her head.
That face, so full of pity, and of grief, that rain of tears, that awful mute appeal to me, that solemn hand upraised
With trenchant swords upraised
and poised on high, it seemed as though the two valiant and wrathful combatants stood threatening heaven, and earth, and hell, with such resolution and determination did they bear themselves.
Consequently, the storm upraised
by that malicious Suzanne drove him into the wildest embarrassment.
As I looked, Dejah Thoris turned upon Sarkoja with the fury of a young tigress and struck something from her upraised
hand; something which flashed in the sunlight as it spun to the ground.
At last his listening ears were rewarded by the sound they craved--the trumpeting of a bull elephant, and a few moments later Korak broke through the trees into the presence of Tantor, standing with upraised
trunk, waving his great ears.
Esther, passive as ever, was helped out and crossed the garden with a slow and mechanical gait; and Dick, following close behind her, heard from within the cottage his father's voice upraised
in an anathema, and the shriller tones of the Admiral responding in the key of war.
Her brown face, upraised
, was stained with tears, and her spare form was quivering.
The first part of the entertainment being concluded Pistache was desired to say what o'clock it was; he was shown Monsieur de Chavigny's watch; it was then half-past six; the dog raised and dropped his paw six times; the seventh he let it remain upraised