She rose again, and stood by the uncurtained
window -- stood looking out, as if there was some hi dden sympathy for her own desolation in the desolate night.
He recoiled in terror, for the scene had changed, and now he almost touched a bed: a bare, uncurtained
bed: on which, beneath a ragged sheet, there lay a something covered up, which, though it was dumb, announced itself in awful language.
I followed him to the top of a very lofty stair, and there, right under the slates, were a couple of empty, dusty little rooms, uncarpeted and uncurtained
, into which he led me.
Anyhow, I was looking blankly, but rather pleasantly than otherwise, at another window, uncurtained
, but by this time black as a slate with the final night-fall.
My master kept his room; I took possession of the lonely parlour, converting it into a nursery: and there I was, sitting with the moaning doll of a child laid on my knee; rocking it to and fro, and watching, meanwhile, the still driving flakes build up the uncurtained
window, when the door opened, and some person entered, out of breath and laughing!
The sunshine came freely into all the uncurtained
windows of this room, and fell upon the dusty floor; so that Phoebe now clearly saw--what, indeed, had been no secret, after the encounter of a warm hand with hers--that it was not Hepzibah nor Clifford, but Holgrave, to whom she owed her reception.
It was dimly lighted by an uncurtained
He was standing full in the light of a ray of sunshine which came streaming through the high, uncurtained
The weather began to clear while we were driving up a valley called the Kienthal, and presently a vast black cloud-bank in front of us dissolved away and uncurtained
the grand proportions and the soaring loftiness of the Blumis Alp.
Creeping in its shadow I reached a point whence I could look straight through the uncurtained
At first its weak flame made no impression on the shadows; then Zeena's face stood grimly out against the uncurtained
pane, which had turned from grey to black.
They climbed a very steep staircase, through whose uncurtained
windows the moonlight fell, illuminating the banisters with their twisted pillars, and the piles of plates set on the window-sills, and jars half-full of milk.