It seemed to him this evening as if the cruelty of his outburst to Rosamond had made an obligation for him, and he dreaded
the obligation: he dreaded
Lydgate's unsuspecting good-will: he dreaded
his own distaste for his spoiled life, which would leave him in motiveless levity.
It, however, was not so severe as the one I dreaded
at the division of property; for, during this interval, a great change had taken place in Master Hugh and his once kind and affectionate wife.
She dreaded a repetition of the severe look he had flung at her at parting, especially when he knew that the baby was not dangerously ill.
She suddenly felt ashamed of her duplicity, but even more she dreaded how he might meet her.
And the stern, stony expression that she so dreaded settled upon his face.
It was now the representation of an object that I shudder to name - and for this, above all, I loathed, and dreaded
, and would have rid myself of the monster had I dared - it was now, I say, the image of a hideous - of a ghastly thing - of the GALLOWS !
His uncle and the solicitor would of course do something for him, but he dreaded
Next came one Who mourn'd in earnest, when the Captive Ark Maim'd his brute Image, head and hands lopt off In his own Temple, on the grunsel edge, Where he fell flat, and sham'd his Worshipers: DAGON his Name, Sea Monster, upward Man And downward Fish: yet had his Temple high Rear'd in AZOTUS, dreaded
through the Coast Of PALESTINE, in GATH and ASCALON, And ACCARON and GAZA's frontier bounds.
I had let slip words which, if she reflected on them, might rouse in her a suspicion of my abnormal mental condition--a suspicion which of all things I dreaded. And besides that, I was ashamed of the apparent baseness I had committed in uttering them to my brother's betrothed wife.
She meditated continually how the incubus could be shaken off her life--how she could be freed from this hateful bond to a being whom she at once despised as an imbecile, and dreaded as an inquisitor.
Quezon City Councilor Winston "Winnie" Castelo asked the public to take advantage of the long weekends to destroy the breeding grounds of mosquitoes that cause the proliferation of the dreaded
'Take out the criminal liability of those involved and you induce and encourage others to be a part of the dreaded
evil,' he said.