So Meg wrestled alone with the refractory sweetmeats all that hot summer day, and at five o'clock sat down in her topsy-turvey kitchen, wrung her bedaubed hands, lifted up her voice and wept
Once when she was alone, and after watching a prolonged and ineffectual outburst on the part of the baker, Eliza- beth Willard put her head down on her long white hands and wept
Through the scene between Marguerite and the elder Duval, Lena wept
unceasingly, and I sat helpless to prevent the closing of that chapter of idyllic love, dreading the return of the young man whose ineffable happiness was only to be the measure of his fall.
Edna was sobbing, just as she had wept
one midnight at Grand Isle when strange, new voices awoke in her.
Though the cheeks of Cora were pale and her countenance anxious, she had lost none of her firmness; but the eyes of Alice were inflamed, and betrayed how long and bitterly she had wept
Then--as if the only barrier betwixt herself and the world had been thrown down, and a flood of evil consequences would come tumbling through the gap--she fled into the inner parlor, threw herself into the ancestral elbow-chair, and wept
A mockery at which angels blushed and wept
, while fiends rejoiced with jeering laughter
But by her still halting course and winding, woful way, you plainly saw that this ship that so wept
with spray, still remained without comfort.
Now and then a visitor wept
, to be sure; but this slaughtering machine ran on, visitors or no visitors.
She sat down by the drawer, and, leaning her head on her hands over it, wept
till the tears fell through her fingers into the drawer; then suddenly raising her head, she began, with nervous haste, selecting the plainest and most substantial articles, and gathering them into a bundle.
It is a pain to me to this day, to remember how that old German Lear raged and wept
and howled around the stage, with never a response from that hushed house, never a single outburst till the act was ended.
If they were a mind to allow it, they wouldn't ever have anything to do, year in and year out, but stand up and be hugged and wept
on thirty-two hours in the twenty-four.