His round eyes grew rounder
still, and his brow puckered in dismay as he saw that she was angry.
A day or two afterward found the active and judicious editor examining, with blue eyes that seemed to grow rounder
, the second instalment of Mr Finn's tale of mysteries in high life.
She said afterwards that she had never seen in all her life such a face as the King made, when he found himself held in the air by an invisible hand, and being dusted: he was far too much astonished to cry out, but his eyes and his mouth went on getting larger and larger, and rounder
, till her hand shook so with laughing that she nearly let him drop upon the floor.
His hair was bound round, workman fashion, with a wisp of lime-tree bast, and his round face seemed rounder
and pleasanter than ever.
"Why," said he, "a 'Man About Town' something between a 'rounder
' and a 'clubman.' He isn't exactly--well, he fits in between Mrs.
Dickon's curious blue eyes grew rounder
She found herself taking pride in Rebecca's improved appearance, her rounder
throat and cheeks, and her better color; she was wont to mention the length of Rebecca's hair and add a word as to its remarkable evenness and lustre, at times when Mrs.
She is much a woman--elle est bien femme, as they say here; simpler, softer, rounder
, richer than the young girls I spoke of just now.
Make-believe was so real to him that during a meal of it you could see him getting rounder
. Of course it was trying, but you simply had to follow his lead, and if you could prove to him that you were getting loose for your tree he let you stodge.
Above the clustering gasometers three unfamiliar shapes appeared, thin, wallowing bladders that flapped and rolled about, and grew bigger and bigger and rounder
and rounder--balloons in course of inflation for the South of England Aero Club's Saturday-afternoon ascent.
The firm tower, that is Ahab; the volcano, that is Ahab; the courageous, the undaunted, and victorious fowl, that, too, is Ahab; all are Ahab; and this round gold is but the image of the rounder
globe, which, like a magician's glass, to each and every man in turn but mirrors back his own mysterious self.
The old gold and silver coins of the country were of ancient and unknown origin, as a rule, but some of them were Roman; they were ill-shapen, and seldom rounder
than a moon that is a week past the full; they were hammered, not minted, and they were so worn with use that the devices upon them were as illegible as blisters, and looked like them.