There are bosoms on which so many tears have been shed that I cannot bedew
them with mine.
No; without a gown, in a shift that was somewhat of the coarsest, and none of the cleanest, bedewed
likewise with some odoriferous effluvia, the produce of the day's labour, with a pitchfork in her hand, Molly Seagrim approached.
Hard and reprobate as the godless man seemed now, there had been a time when he had been rocked on the bosom of a mother,--cradled with prayers and pious hymns,--his now seared brow bedewed
with the waters of holy baptism.
Jo's breath gave out here, and wrapping her head in the paper, she bedewed
her little story with a few natural tears, for to be independent and earn the praise of those she loved were the dearest wishes of her heart, and this seemed to be the first step toward that happy end.
his grave with my tears, worked a bar sinister on his family escutcheon, and, for the general expenses of his funeral, sent in my very moderate bill to the transcendentalists.
He tore the golden brooches that upheld Her queenly robes, upraised them high and smote Full on his eye-balls, uttering words like these: "No more shall ye behold such sights of woe, Deeds I have suffered and myself have wrought; Henceforward quenched in darkness shall ye see Those ye should ne'er have seen; now blind to those Whom, when I saw, I vainly yearned to know." Such was the burden of his moan, whereto, Not once but oft, he struck with his hand uplift His eyes, and at each stroke the ensanguined orbs Bedewed
his beard, not oozing drop by drop, But one black gory downpour, thick as hail.
Soft tears again bedewed
my cheeks, and I even raised my humid eyes with thankfulness towards the blessed sun, which bestowed such joy upon me.
The young prince sighed deeply as he looked upon the countenance of the majestic swine; he thought of his royal father, and his eyes were bedewed
The old man rose from his bed: his forehead bedewed
with the cold sweat of fear: and, bending before the child as if she had been an angel messenger sent to lead him where she would, made ready to follow her.
It was dusk when she got home, and as she sat in the firelight eating her bread and milk, several tears bedewed
the little rolls, and even the home honey had a bitter taste.
"Oh, sir," said Caderousse, putting out one hand timidly, and with the other wiping away the perspiration which bedewed
his brow, -- "Oh, sir, do not make a jest of the happiness or despair of a man."
But the man's face was all bedewed
with the sweat of fright, and never again, I wot, was he found so close to Sherwood Forest as he had been this day.