An outburst of unchained fury, a vicious rush of the wind absolutely steadied the ship; she rocked only, quick and light like a child's cradle, for a terrific moment of suspense, while the whole atmosphere, as it seemed, streamed furiously past her, roaring away from the tenebrous
And on her track the flowing tide of a tenebrous
sea filled the house, seemed to swirl about his feet, and rising unchecked, closed silently above his head.
And in the hush that had fallen suddenly upon the whole sorrowful land, the immense wilderness, the colossal body of the fecund and mys- terious life seemed to look at her, pensive, as though it had been looking at the image of its own tenebrous
and passionate soul.
And he meant it too, not because he was touched by the pathos of the pleading voice, but because he felt himself losing his footing in the depths of this tenebrous
Today, the tenebrous
tomb in the Collegiate Church, where he hoped to be interred, is a sepulchral souvenir of the Biblical Proverb: "Boast not thyself of tomorrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth."
He and some friends traverse Paris through the city's underground infrastructure, where they meet fellow subterrestrial pilgrims ("cataphiles" they're called, at least in Paris), and reconnoiter peculiar evidence of people determined to leave their mark in this tenebrous
Hanif demonstrates his finesse by dovetailing the tenebrous
story of war with comic yet insightful scenes that bring tragicomic effects to the novel.
opening certainly signals the tragedy that is to come, but when it does, with Jack's death almost two hours later, there's nothing to deliver the gut wrench needed; Ennis's final monologue merely hints at the expressive world the music might have explored.
In Hommage a la memoire du peintre David, the master's "sublime painting," devoted to "eternal history," is set against the "black offspring of vaporous artists" who create "vile monsters, tenebrous
specters, deformed executioners and livid nymphs." (15)
Which of us hasn't got a little hot under the collar at the thought of "ottery games in tenebrous
They recall their attempts to foment a revolution, illustrating their individual role and consequent centrality in a tenebrous
episode in the country's history.
Wealthy horsemen in the remote and tenebrous
forests of the east Lithuania during the Migration Period.--Archaeologia Baltica, 11, 185-205.