Thine eyes, in Heaven of heart enshrin'd Then desolately
Even did she ride to anchor, desolately
lonely, in the Bay of a Thousand Ships.
The Doctor looked desolately
round the room, shook his head, and answered, in a low voice, "Not at all."
Just to have a roof over her until I find a room in the village where we can shake down." Here, led by his own words to contemplate the future, he looked desolately
round the cornice of the hall, as if it were a shelf on which somebody might have left a suitable lodging for him.
When they met they looked desolately
at one another, as much as to say, "Have you found anything?"
She threw herself on the ground, she cried and called on the Lord, and wandered around desolately
We saw the crew of the brig from afar working at the pumps - still pumping on that wreck, which already had settled so far down that the gentle, low swell, over which our boats rose and fell easily without a check to their speed, welling up almost level with her head-rails, plucked at the ends of broken gear swinging desolately
under her naked bowsprit.
As she passed Ethan's chair their eyes met and clung together desolately
. The warm still kitchen looked as peaceful as the night before.
When we lifted him up the head of Senor Ortega fell back desolately
, making an awful, defenceless display of his large, white throat.
Bridges are begun, and their not yet united piers desolately
look at one another over roads and streams like brick and mortar couples with an obstacle to their union; fragments of embankments are thrown up and left as precipices with torrents of rusty carts and barrows tumbling over them; tripods of tall poles appear on hilltops, where there are rumours of tunnels; everything looks chaotic and abandoned in full hopelessness.
I had an unpleasant mental vision of the dark road, of the sombre grounds, and the desolately
suspicious aspect of that home of necromancy and intrigue and feminist adoration.
Approximately 500 metres away, Ms Florence Komen sat desolately
on a hide skin in her compound after a hard day's farm work.