The sisters had never thought of the money question up to that moment, but Fred Bullock bantered them with graceful gaiety about it during their forenoon
's excursion; and they had risen not a little in their own esteem by the time when, the morning amusement over, they drove back to dinner.
When Cathy first arrived - it was in the forenoon
- Buffalo Bill was away, carrying orders to Major Fuller, at Five Forks, up in the Clayton Hills.
Thus, they could not understand his excessive somnolence in the forenoon
, nor his excessive activity at night.
It was one of those less lowering, but still grey and gloomy enough mornings of the transition, when with a fair wind the ship was rushing through the water with a vindictive sort of leaping and melancholy rapidity, that as I mounted to the deck at the call of the forenoon
watch, so soon as I levelled my glance towards the taffrail, foreboding shivers ran over me.
Green Gables was a busy and joyous house that forenoon
. Diana arrived early, with little Fred and Small Anne Cordelia, to lend a hand.
Cease to splash THEREON, thou rain-cloud of the forenoon
! Do I not already stand here wet with thy misery, and drenched like a dog?
The heat of the sun awoke him early in the forenoon
. His first conscious sensation was of thirst, which grew almost to the proportions of suffering with full returning consciousness; but a moment later it was forgotten in the joy of two almost simultaneous discoveries.
She spent a bad forenoon
, made no easier by her mother's severe rebukes.
They were GOING to begin on bread; but there wasn't two of 'em that made it alike, so after arguing it all one sewing-meeting, they decided to take turns at me one forenoon
a week--in their own kitchens, you know.
When the forenoon
was nearly gone, she recognized with a pang that this most splendid episode of her life was almost over, that nothing could prolong it, that nothing quite its equal could ever fall to her fortune again.
The second day brought them into the cherished, or the prohibited, county of Somerset, for as such was it dwelt on by turns in Marianne's imagination; and in the forenoon
of the third they drove up to Cleveland.
of the next day was devoted to obtaining the license -- the personal distinction of making the declaration on oath being eagerly accepted by Noel Vanstone, who swore, in perfect good faith (on information previously obtained from the captain) that the lady was of age.