Carefully, as though about to exhibit some, precious jewel, he loosened
the oiled-silk wrappings and showed a large map, on thin but tough paper.
Harling, and while I loosened
the earth around the tree, she sat down on the steps and talked about the oriole family that had a nest in its branches.
The white man loosened
his knife in his leathern sheath, and made an involuntary movement of the hand toward his rifle, at this sudden interruption; but the Indian sat composed, and without turning his head at the unexpected sounds.
When the sound subsided, the silence through the house was deep, dreary, and oppressive, notwithstanding that the tongues of many of the guests had already been loosened
by a surreptitious cup or two of wine or spirits.
Meantime, the crew driven from the forward part of the ship by the perilous seas that burstingly broke over its bows, stood in a line along the bulwarks in the waist; and the better to guard against the leaping waves, each man had slipped himself into a sort of bowline secured to the rail, in which he swung as in a loosened
He unbuttoned her habit, loosened
her collar, felt her hands and wrist, then started up and looked wildly round him for help.
Another made a slit down the body; a second opened the body wider; a third with a saw cut the breastbone; a fourth loosened
the entrails; a fifth pulled them out-- and they also slid through a hole in the floor.
This panel was old and gray and feeble, and the light masonry had been loosened
by recent rains.
Anyway it loosened
up Rowena from where she was stuck and got her out of the way, and that was the main thing.
Mind you don't," said Bessie; and when she had ascertained that I was really subsiding, she loosened
her hold of me; then she and Miss Abbot stood with folded arms, looking darkly and doubtfully on my face, as incredulous of my sanity.
I closed the door, and rolled a stone to assist the loosened
lock in holding it; and spreading my umbrella, I drew my charge underneath: for the rain began to drive through the moaning branches of the trees, and warned us to avoid delay.
He felt as if tight strings which had held him had loosened
themselves and let him go.