Tense silence for a moment held the room in the stillness of a sepulchre, and then a woman shrieked
, and fell prone across the table.
"Go away, go away, go away!" she shrieked
, not looking at him, as though this shriek were called up by physical pain.
It was hard to tell what was happening in the rear; the people who were falling behind shrieked
as piteously as those who were already lost.
It is!" shrieked
Signora Rosaura, peeking in from the side of the stage.
I remember that I shrieked
and made faces with the best of them.
Afterward, wishing to see if the change were complete, Venus caused a mouse to approach, whereupon the woman shrieked
and made such a show of herself that the Young Man would not marry her.
Hour after hour passed away, and slowly Dorothy got over her fright; but she felt quite lonely, and the wind shrieked
so loudly all about her that she nearly became deaf.
They fastened her to a post; they brought wood and piled it about her; they applied the torch while she shrieked
and pleaded and strained her two young daughters to her breast; and our brute, with a heart solely for business, lashed us into position about the stake and warmed us into life and commer- cial value by the same fire which took away the inno- cent life of that poor harmless mother.
The slave girls upon the dais shrieked
and cowered away.
"And that, and that, and that!" she shrieked
, "for John Carter, Prince of Helium," and with each word her sharp point pierced the vile heart of the great villain.
"Oh, Gaberelle!" she shrieked
, and slid to the floor an inert and senseless mass.