But oh, deuce take their cursed, envenomed
tongues!' I muttered, in the bitterness of my soul.
As fair Grimalkin, who, though the youngest of the feline family, degenerates not in ferocity from the elder branches of her house, and though inferior in strength, is equal in fierceness to the noble tiger himself, when a little mouse, whom it hath long tormented in sport, escapes from her clutches for a while, frets, scolds, growls, swears; but if the trunk, or box, behind which the mouse lay hid be again removed, she flies like lightning on her prey, and, with envenomed
wrath, bites, scratches, mumbles, and tears the little animal.
The ox--we may venture to assert it on the authority of a great classic--is not given to use his teeth as an instrument of attack, and Tom was an excellent bovine lad, who ran at questionable objects in a truly ingenious bovine manner; but he had blundered on Philip's tenderest point, and had caused him as much acute pain as if he had studied the means with the nicest precision and the most envenomed
We ought to mention however, that the sciences of Egypt, that necromancy and magic, even the whitest, even the most innocent, had no more envenomed
enemy, no more pitiless denunciator before the gentlemen of the officialty of Notre-Dame.
They had inscribed on my reason the conviction that unlawful pleasure, trenching on another's rights, is delusive and envenomed
pleasure--its hollowness disappoints at the time, its poison cruelly tortures afterwards, its effects deprave for ever.
Meantime returning to that evening altercation in deadened tones within the private apartment of Miss de Barral's governess, what if I were to tell you that disappointment had most likely made them touchy with each other, but that perhaps the secret of his careless, railing behaviour, was in the thought, springing up within him with an emphatic oath of relief "Now there's nothing to prevent me from breaking away from that old woman." And that the secret of her envenomed
rage, not against this miserable and attractive wretch, but against fate, accident and the whole course of human life, concentrating its venom on de Barral and including the innocent girl herself, was in the thought, in the fear crying within her "Now I have nothing to hold him with .
"Yes, that's the chief thing," said Gania, helping the general out of his difficulties again, and curling his lips in an envenomed
smile, which he did not attempt to conceal.
For all the envenomed
recklessness of his temper, fed on hate and disdain, Razumov shuddered inwardly.
This affair, however, envenomed
the hatred which du Bousquier already bore to the house of Esgrignon to such a degree that it made him pitiless when the day of vengeance came.
The anointed head dazzles for the time being, but what next?--Why, a war of words; discussions will spring up once more and grow embittered, envenomed
. Then, for your own sake, I advise you not to find me at the Left Centre.
Glands from envenomed
mice were increased in weight and yellowish (data not shown).
Tall and trim, he gives a sense of the charismatic fellow Sweeney might have been in the days before an unslakable fury turned him toward his murderous course, as well as the George Grosz figure that a fully envenomed
Page comes to resemble.