returned Starbuck, turning round not a single inch as he spoke; still earnestly but whisperingly
urging his crew; his face set like a flint from Stubb's.
Little details gave each field a particular physiognomy, dear to the eyes that have looked on them from childhood: the pool in the corner where the grasses were dank and trees leaned whisperingly
; the great oak shadowing a bare place in mid-pasture; the high bank where the ash-trees grew; the sudden slope of the old marl-pit making a red background for the burdock; the huddled roofs and ricks of the homestead without a traceable way of approach; the gray gate and fences against the depths of the bordering wood; and the stray hovel, its old, old thatch full of mossy hills and valleys with wondrous modulations of light and shadow such as we travel far to see in later life, and see larger, but not more beautiful.
"Is it an odd speech, papa?" said Eva, whisperingly
, as she got upon his knee.
Upon seeing this, Fouquet felt himself threatened closely, and in a prophetic voice - "Well, Gourville," said he, whisperingly
, "what did I say at our last repast, at my house?
And the rumour of this new presence having spread itself whisperingly
around, there arose at length from the whole company a buzz, or murmur, expressive of disapprobation and surprise--then, finally, of terror, of horror, and of disgust.
The girl had heard colleagues whisperingly
refer to her as Plain Jane, and they often asked her about Joe, an obviously makebelieve boyfriend of hers.
Take travelogues for example, there's not an exotic animal in need of saving that hasn't, at some point in its endangered life, had the likes of Martin Clunes or Robson Green creep up whisperingly
behind it with a small camera crew in tow and a wellrehearsed look on their face.
I'm told the boys performed the intro "whisperingly
quiet" in a haunting rendition.
The plucky diesel engine proved to be whisperingly
quiet, and wind and tyre noise were also well subdued.