He noticed, at the lintels
of the door, some rabbits' tails and zebras' manes, suspended as talismans.
Of this commission the bare-armed Bob, leading the way with a flaming wisp of paper, so speedily acquitted himself, that Cosy seemed to leap out of a dark sleep and embrace them warmly, the moment they passed the lintels
of its hospitable door.
The wonderful church, with its low domes and bristling embroideries, the mystery of its mosaic and sculpture, looking ghostly in the tempered gloom, and the sea breeze passed between the twin columns of the Piazzetta, the lintels
of a door no longer guarded, as gently as if a rich curtain were swaying there.
270-285) Next, there was a city of men with goodly towers; and seven gates of gold, fitted to the lintels
, guarded it.
I turned to run down again towards the vault, where I might find the new entrance, but at the moment there seemed to come a violent puff of wind, and the door to the winding stair blew to with a shock that set the dust from the lintels
He agreed that we knew something in that way, but inquired how I should have gone to work in getting up the imposts on the lintels
of even the little palace at Carnac.
It has crept, as if for shelter, into the lintels
of the great door--under it, into the corners of the windows, into every chink and crevice of retreat, and there wastes and dies.
I would write on the lintels
of the door-post, *Whim*.
That with soft touch now brightens into jade Lintel
and door, and when she lifts the blind Floats through the darkened chamber of her sleep; While leagues away my love-winged messages Go flocking home; and though they mingle not, Our thoughts seek one another.
The doors were gold, and hung on pillars of silver that rose from a floor of bronze, while the lintel
was silver and the hook of the door was of gold.
Athelny had told him that he lived in a house built by Inigo Jones; he had raved, as he raved over everything, over the balustrade of old oak; and when he came down to open the door for Philip he made him at once admire the elegant carving of the lintel
Her foot is on the very lintel
of the church, and yet he bars the way--and she, she thinks no more of the wise words and holy rede of the lady abbess, but she hath given a sobbing cry and hath fallen forward with his arms around her drooping body and her wet cheek upon his breast.