Presently, in one of those sobbing intervals between the blasts, the coyotes tuned up with their whining
howl; one, two, three, then all together--to tell us that winter was coming.
It was fully a week before they were all normal again, and meantime, with whining
children and cross adults, the house was not a pleasant place to live in.
Another preacher whining
spoke Of One whose heart for sinners broke: He tied old Nanny to an oak, And drew the blood at every stroke, And prayed for heavenly union.
I hated it the first time I set my eyes on it--a sickly, whining
, pining thing
I do,' she answered, 'but he needn't resort to whining
He's not had a tantrum or a whining
fit since you made friends.
After some rubbing of the lower part of his face, and some looking at us with those bad eyes, over his grisly fingers, he made one more address to me, half whining
, and half abusive.
But there was a strong smell of rats; and John Joiner spent the rest of the morning sniffing and whining
, and wagging his tail, and going round and round with his head in the hole like a gimlet.
Even Woola seemed to feel the weight of the impending calamity, for he pressed close to Dejah Thoris and to me, whining
How close he came to a detection on several occasions The Killer well knew from the restless whining
of several of them.
I don't think I care to talk about that, if you please,' she would say, and strike the boldest speechless by her unmistakable pain; this upon all topics - dress, pleasure, morality, politics, in which the formula was changed to 'my papa thinks otherwise,' and even religion, unless it was approached with a particular whining
tone of voice.
Ulysses saw her, and so did the dogs, for they did not bark, but went scared and whining
off to the other side of the yards.