sea of European history had subsided within its shores and seemed to have become calm.
Some hours after midnight, the Typhoon abated so much, that through the strenuous exertions of Starbuck and Stubb --one engaged forward and the other aft --the shivered remnants of the jib and fore and main-top-sails were cut adrift from the spars, and went eddying away to leeward, like the feathers of an albatross, which sometimes are cast to the winds when that storm-tossed
bird is on the wing.
He raised the hatch of his storm-tossed
vessel and made the inquiry that cabbies do make in the park.
Here and there a fishing boat, with a rag of sail, running madly for shelter before the blast, now and again the white wings of a storm-tossed
It seemed odd to realize that just a few miles away winter lay upon the storm-tossed
ocean, and that snow might be falling all about Caprona; but no snow could ever penetrate the damp, hot atmosphere of the great crater.
The wind had risen to the proportions of a gale so that even the greatest giants of the forest swayed, groaning, to its force and the branch upon which the two faced each other rose and fell like the deck of a storm-tossed
CREON Elders, the gods have righted one again Our storm-tossed
ship of state, now safe in port.
After a month of maddening worry, ending in an unexpected catastrophe, the storm-tossed
spirit of Mr Verloc longed for repose.
Oil rig workers in the storm-tossed
North Sea, mineral prospectors in the wilds of Siberia, yachtsmen in trouble in the Pacific and aid workers in the deserts of Sudan or Ethiopia will all soon be able to contact the outside world at the touch of a butto n.
But far from the caller being stranded on a liferaft in the storm-tossed
Irish Sea, 52-year-old Sidney Grayston was tucked up at home, magistrates at Preston heard.
After a storm-tossed
journey you come to rest at the home of the infamous Sawney Bean - is he a witch?
A four-year-old boy has sunk plans to send him to school on a storm-tossed