Saxon assented, but began immediately to unlace
He raises his shoe to unlace
it, and catches sight of the slippers.
When Ming Huang bade the masterful eunuch Kao Li-shih unlace
the poet's boots, he gave him a relentless enemy whose malice pursued him, until at length he was glad to beg leave to retire from the court, where he was never at ease and to which he never returned.
He knelt down and began to unlace
her shoes, while Hilda shrank into the chair.
And now," Dag Daughtry muttered weightily aloud, as, bottle in hand, he leaned back in his arm-chair while Kwaque knelt at his feet to unlace
his shoes, "now to consider a name for you, Mister Dog, that will be just to your breeding and fair to my powers of invention.
The captain, emboldened by her gentleness, clasped her waist without resistance; then began softly to unlace
the poor child's corsage, and disarranged her tucker to such an extent that the panting priest beheld the gypsy's beautiful shoulder emerge from the gauze, as round and brown as the moon rising through the mists of the horizon.
He said that on the night of Don Fernando's betrothal with Luscinda, as soon as she had consented to be his bride by saying 'Yes,' she was taken with a sudden fainting fit, and that on the bridegroom approaching to unlace
the bosom of her dress to give her air, he found a paper in her own handwriting, in which she said and declared that she could not be Don Fernando's bride, because she was already Cardenio's, who, according to the man's account, was a gentleman of distinction of the same city; and that if she had accepted Don Fernando, it was only in obedience to her parents.
the landlady, assisted by a chambermaid, proceeded to vinegar the forehead, beat the hands, titillate the nose, and unlace
the stays of the spinster aunt, and to administer such other restoratives as are usually applied by compassionate females to ladies who are endeavouring to ferment themselves into hysterics.
As a high school junior, my knee sinks into the soft wrestling mat as I unlace
my running shoes, kick them off, and remove cotton socks.
At night he'd ask her to unlace
her apron and let him have a look.
They are a pain to lace and unlace
at security, and the same applies on the flight if you want to take them on and off.
That was where I saw a beautiful classical dancer arriving from the other side of the curtain, and without taking the time to unlace
any part of her costume, ran to the dressing room where her infant, who was four months old, was waiting, lying in a compartment of a trunk; and I can still see that beautiful girl who nursed her infant in a dancer's pose--that is, putting all her weight on one foot, with her skirts in a wheel around her--and I see the magnificent gesture that she made in pulling her beautiful breast out of her bodice to give it to her child.