And all good children to whom he related this story, took great heed of this naughty Cupid; but he made fools of them still, for he is astonishingly
His face was deeply lined, burned brown by long exposure to the sun, and he had a pair of small blue eyes which were astonishingly
Wallowing in the fight, they were in an astonishingly
short time resmudged.
Lamai had learned how astonishingly
thirsty Jerry had been.
Not considering in how different a circle she had been just seeing him, nor how much might be owing to contrast, she was quite persuaded of his being astonishingly
more gentle and regardful of others than formerly.
Her arm, strong and muscular, was bare to the elbow; he passed his hand over it and wondered at its beauty; it gleamed in the darkness; she had the skin that Rubens painted, astonishingly
fair and transparent, and on one side were little golden hairs.
In appearance, Mainhall was astonishingly
like the conventional stage-Englishman of American drama: tall and thin, with high, hitching shoulders and a small head glistening with closely brushed yellow hair.
The supply of food, on an average, remains constant, yet the tendency in every animal to increase by propagation is geometrical; and its surprising effects have nowhere been more astonishingly
shown, than in the case of the European animals run wild during the last few centuries in America.
It certainly occurred to the servant who had to clean his boots that they were astonishingly
old boots for such a rich lord.
"My goodness, why didn't you say so?" I cried, seizing my cap, with an astonishingly
free-and-easy air, which was the last thing I should have expected of myself
If young ladies always knew how nicely nature has qualified the other sex to judge of their actions, what multitudes of astonishingly
expressive glances, and artfully contrived gestures and movements, would sink down into looks, that indicated feelings and motives, that were adapted to the occasion!
But the gentleman drew his sword, and used it in such an astonishingly
rapid manner, that we neither of us could get near him.