At a distance of less than thirty yards was my friend, down upon one knee, his head thrown back at a frightful angle, hatless
, his long hair in disorder and his whole body in violent movement from side to side, backward and forward.
His musket was gone; he was hatless
and his face and clothing were begrimed.
She was hatless
, but heavy braids of burnished hair, the hue of ripe wheat, were twisted about her head like a coronet; her eyes were blue and star-like; her figure, in its plain print gown, was magnificent; and her lips were as crimson as the bunch of blood-red poppies she wore at her belt.
At five minutes before eight, Passepartout, hatless
, shoeless, and having in the squabble lost his package of shirts and shoes, rushed breathlessly into the station.
Margaret, hearing the noise, rushed out hatless
, and was in time to jump on the footboard.
general pulled his dripping horse to a stand near the colonel of the 304th.
Her freckles were more numerous and obtrusive than ever; the wind had ruffled her hatless
hair into over-brilliant disorder; it had never looked redder than at that moment.
Fortunately, the beasts seemed more bent on stretching their paws, and yawning, and flourishing their tails, than devouring me alive; but they would suffer no resurrection, and I was forced to lie till their malignant masters pleased to deliver me: then, hatless
and trembling with wrath, I ordered the miscreants to let me out - on their peril to keep me one minute longer - with several incoherent threats of retaliation that, in their indefinite depth of virulency, smacked of King Lear.
He had somehow picked up a troop of droll children, little hatless
boys with their galligaskins much worn and scant shirting to hang out, little girls who tossed their hair out of their eyes to look at him, and guardian brothers at the mature age of seven.
And what would their parents think of me, if they saw or heard the children rioting, hatless
, bonnetless, gloveless, and bootless, in the deep soft snow?
shouting man tore down through the people congregated on the stairs.
The sidewalks too were littered with men and women, hatless
and bonnetless, who had rushed out of the houses.