She said he was always thinking and thinking, since these troubles come on, and she allowed he didn't more'n about half know what he was about when the thinking spells was on him; and she said he walked in his sleep considerable more now than he used to, and sometimes wandered around over the house and even outdoors
in his sleep, and if we catched him at it we must let him alone and not disturb him.
It was dark up above; they could not afford any light; also it was nearly as cold as outdoors. In a corner, as far away from the corpse as possible, sat Marija, holding little Antanas in her one good arm and trying to soothe him to sleep.
Of course the doors could never be closed, and so the cars were as cold as outdoors; Jurgis, like many others, found it better to spend his fare for a drink and a free lunch, to give him strength to walk.
"No, I didn't forget; but it's as dark as Egypt outdoors
. We might go to-morrow if there's a moon."
"You were crazy to act so badly and get thrown outdoors
," remarked Bungle, as they renewed their journey.
She and Diana fairly lived outdoors
, reveling in all the delights that Lover's Lane and the Dryad's Bubble and Willowmere and Victoria Island afforded.
At the corners of four streets he hands his pasteboard to the North Wind, footman of the mansion of All Outdoors
, so that the inhabitants thereof may make ready.
I mean living--doing the things you want to do: playing outdoors
, reading (to myself, of course), climbing hills, talking to Mr.
Charles the Second declared a man could stay outdoors
more days in the year in the climate of England than in any other.
Every child begins the world again, to some extent, and loves to stay outdoors
, even in wet and cold.
He held the lantern over a prone form of a man, apparently fully dressed for outdoors
. His head was lost in a pointed cloth hood.
Tell him, from me, that if he does or says the thing that is uncivil to the girl, called Nelly Wade, that I'll curse him with my dying breath; that I'll pray for all good Christians in Kentucky to curse him; sitting and standing; eating and drinking, fighting, praying, or at horse-races; in-doors and outdoors
; in summer or winter, or in the month of March in short I'll--ay, it ar' a fact, morally true--I'll haunt him, if the ghost of a Pale-face can contrive to lift itself from a grave made by the hands of a Red-skin!"