As Tarzan rose upon the body of his kill to scream forth his hideous victory cry into the face of the moon the wind carried to his nostrils something which froze him to statuesque
immobility and silence.
"Of whom--of what are you thinking?" asked Adele of her companion, whose countenance she had been watching with a little amused attention, arrested by the absorbed expression which seemed to have seized and fixed every feature into a statuesque
She was of majestic form and stature, her attitudes were imposing and statuesque
, and her gestures and movements distinguished by a noble and stately grace.
A wondrous transformation was wrought in the motionless mass of statuesque
bone and muscle that had an instant before stood as though carved out of the living bronze.
Carter Druse grew pale; he shook in every limb, turned faint, and saw the statuesque
group before him as black figures, rising, falling, moving unsteadily in arcs of circles in a fiery sky.
Hermann's baggy cotton gowns had some sort of rudimentary frills at neck and bottom, but this girl's print frocks hadn't even a wrinkle; nothing but a few straight folds in the skirt falling to her feet, and these, when she stood still, had a severe and statuesque
It must be confessed that the artist sometimes got possession of the woman, and indulged in antique coiffures, statuesque
attitudes, and classic draperies.
Touched that this statuesque
princess could so change, Pierre took her hand and begged her forgiveness, without knowing what for.
He was a handsome fellow, and he made a fine statuesque
picture of terror, but it was pitiful to see him suffer so.
The ape-man had advanced well into the gulch as he investigated his surroundings and now as he stood near the tree, satisfied that the tunnel would prove a dry and quiet retreat for the night, he turned to retrace his way to the outer end of the entrance that he might block it with boulders against Numa's return, but even with the thought there came something to his sensitive ears that froze him into statuesque
immobility with eyes glued upon the tunnel's mouth.
Along the same path that Tara of Helium had been led Turan was conducted toward the throne room of O-Tar the jeddak, and when he entered the Hall of Chiefs his interest turned to wonder and admiration as he viewed the ranks of statuesque
thoatmen decked in their gorgeous, martial panoply.
He sat perfectly still, statuesque
in homely fashion, after having delivered himself of his effective assent: "Yes.