stalked to the fire and warmed his funeral gloves.
I could have wished he had been less obliged to me, for he hovered about me in his gratitude all the rest of the evening; and whenever I said a word to Agnes, was sure, with his shadowless eyes and cadaverous face, to be looking gauntly
down upon us from behind.
A happy exception was made for Diana Damrau, who looked slim and elegant in the first two acts and properly, gauntly
simple in the last.
'Can't you just imagine it, at The End?' he asked, and the gauntly
middle-aged face assumed a boyish zest, as if about to unpack a chest of toy soldiers.
beautiful, it says everything about her that we believe she is being haunted in every way, physically and emotionally, by her terrible past.
Titian painted Charles Vat the battle of Muhlberg, as the Emperor rode gauntly
under a livid sky that presaged storms.
In that version, the neighborhood had seemed primarily a space of misery and monotony: one "as gauntly
impersonal as vital statistics," in a contemporary critic's words, "merely a place where there are people and births, and marriages and deaths forever in endless succession." (70) After a preliminary audition, Weill had insisted that "all the political parts of the  script sounded quite outdated ...
These messages are usually accompanied by pictures of starving and poverty-stricken Africans and their severely malnourished children staring gauntly
at the camera and waiting to be "saved" by the NGOs.