"You're hoping a 'gator catches me, aren't you?" she called from the veranda, and as she went down the steps her rippling laughter drifted tantalizingly
back through the wide doorway.
Though his progress seemed tantalizingly
slow to the ape-man whose idea of speed had been gained by such standards as the lesser apes attain, he made, as a matter of fact, almost as rapid progress as the drifting canoe that bore Rokoff on ahead of him, so that he came to the bay and within sight of the ocean just after darkness had fallen upon the same day that Jane Clayton and the Russian ended their flights from the interior.
He even hung by one hand, tantalizingly
just beyond reach, and mocked them as they gnashed their tusks with impotent rage.
But while I looked at him his former aspect, so subtly inhuman, so tantalizingly
familiar, crept back into his big eyes, repellant and attractive.
the placing of his familiar features persisted in eluding her.
There was a slightly puzzled expression on her face--there was something tantalizingly
familiar about that smile of his.
A band of caribou passed by, twenty and odd animals, tantalizingly
within rifle range.
A colorful novel of dreams tantalizingly
out-of-reach pervading a neighborhood, and the willingness to risk all in hope of fantastic payoff, Gods of the Andes comes alive with vibrant impressions, boisterous dialogue, and the urgency of desperate hope that threatens when one's life is barely a step away from being penniless on the streets.
At one point, Abd-Allah tantalizingly
informs us that Webb's booklet Islam and America sets forth the author's views on "a number of controversial topics like slavery, concubinage, and jihad,"  but no elaboration follows.
As technologies for exploring space become increasingly sophisticated, answers to the deepest questions about the nature of the universe lie tantalizingly
mysterious collection, especially recommended for fans of gaslight horror and occult tales by more widely publicized authors such as H.P.