His wife, and their only colored domestic, old Aunt Dinah, were busily engaged in restorative measures; while old Cudjoe had got the boy on his knee, and was busy pulling off his shoes and stockings, and chafing
his little cold feet.
These huge round boulders still remain in the holes; they and the walls of the holes are worn smooth by the long-continued chafing
which they gave each other in those old days.
she exclaimed in an irritated tone; chafing
her hands together, and frowning.
exclaimed Magdalen, chafing
under a sense of her own injuries.
When I had closed the door, and followed, with the umbrella in my hand, I found her sitting on the corner of the fender - it was a low iron one, with two flat bars at top to stand plates upon - in the shadow of the boiler, swaying herself backwards and forwards, and chafing
her hands upon her knees like a person in pain.
I do not know what you mean by nonsense," said Sir Charles, chafing
He heard the click of tusks as they crossed other tusks by accident, and the dry rustle of trunks twined together, and the chafing
of enormous sides and shoulders in the crowd, and the incessant flick and hissh of the great tails.
Great was the enjoyment the duke and duchess derived from the irritation the worthy churchman showed at the long-winded, halting way Sancho had of telling his story, while Don Quixote was chafing
with rage and vexation.
Rose had no wrinkles, but she had folds of flesh; and jesters declared that to save chafing
she powdered her skin as they do an infant's.
Whilst we were busy chafing
her limbs there was a knock at the hall door.
Then night fell in the midst of a heavy silence, sometimes broken by the cries of the pelican and other night-birds, and the noise of the waves breaking upon the shore, chafing
against the rocks, or the panting of some far-off steamer beating the waters of the Gulf with its noisy paddles.
Porthos was in bed, and was playing a game at LANSQUENET with Mousqueton, to keep his hand in; while a spit loaded with partridges was turning before the fire, and on each side of a large chimneypiece, over two chafing
dishes, were boiling two stewpans, from which exhaled a double odor of rabbit and fish stews, rejoicing to the smell.