In my heart was a desire to live more dangerously
. I was not unprepared for jagged rocks and treacherous shoals if I could only have change -- change and the excitement of the unforeseen.
When I am king, I will return and fetch you.' So he rode away, and when he reached his father, the latter was dangerously
ill, and near his death.
The sand lay in billows, and was in places very uneven, so that the boat rocked dangerously
from side to side; but it never quite tipped over, and the speed was so great that the shaggy man himself became frightened and began to wonder how he could make the ship go slower.
"Well, my dear," she said, "poor Dinah Brown has just had a letter brought to say that her mother is dangerously
ill, and that she must go directly if she wishes to see her alive.
The wanton wind had been so busily kissing them all the morning that they were quite dry, so I was able to find room for them in my knapsack without danger to the other contents; and, with a hasty good-day to their recent possessor, I set off at full speed to find a secure nook where I could throw myself down on the grass, and let loose the absurd laughter that was dangerously
bottled up within me; but even before I do that it behoves me if possible to vindicate my sanity to the reader.
She imagined some half dozen women in love with him and thought he must lean dangerously
toward an indefinite one, whom she pictured with great charms of person, but with an altogether contemptible disposition.
More than one, in digging underneath the wheel, was dangerously
injured by the splinters of stone.
This the finest air drinking, With nostrils out-swelled like goblets, Lacking future, lacking remembrances Thus do I sit here, ye Friendly damsels dearly loved, And look at the palm-tree there, How it, to a dance-girl, like, Doth bow and bend and on its haunches bob, --One doth it too, when one view'th it long!-- To a dance-girl like, who as it seem'th to me, Too long, and dangerously
persistent, Always, always, just on SINGLE leg hath stood?
Delamayn's father is dangerously
ill?" he asked, addressing himself to Arnold.
But Raffles had reminded himself by his movement with the flask that it had become dangerously
loose from its leather covering, and catching sight of a folded paper which had fallen within the fender, he took it up and shoved it under the leather so as to make the glass firm.
Then he started to say something to his little companion, but before he could speak the buggy began to sway dangerously
from side to side and the earth seemed to rise up before them.
For immediately he was surrounded by a crowd of girls who drew the knitting-needles from their hair and began Jabbing them at the Guardian with the sharp points dangerously
near his fat cheeks and blinking eyes.