At recognition of Skipper's voice, Jerry, floundering in the stiff and crisping sea that sprang up with the easement of the wind, yelped eagerly and yearningly
, all his love for his new-found beloved eloquent in his throat.
She stretched her little frail hands out yearningly
to me, as she lay in Dermody's arms.
He was silent a few moments, not looking at her; while her eyes were turned toward him yearningly
, in alarm at this sudden change.
Before this congested face, these globular eyes turned yearningly
upon him, young Powell (one must keep in mind he was but a youngster then) who could not remember any signs of visible grief, confessed with an embarrassed laugh that, owing to the suddenness of this lucky chance coming to him, he was not in a condition to notice the state of other people.
Glancing back in the twilight at the huge ridges behind him and the faint, thin line of the road whereby they had come, he would lay out, with a hillman's generous breadth of vision, fresh marches for the morrow; or, halting in the neck of some uplifted pass that gave on Spiti and Kulu, would stretch out his hands yearningly
towards the high snows of the horizon.
The natural history of this interesting creature was at last completely laid bare to the earnest stranger, who, as he sat there in the animated stillness, with the fragrant breath of the Western world in his nostrils, was convinced of what he had already suspected, that conversation in the great Republic was more yearningly
, not to say gropingly, psychological than elsewhere.
Crossing Muscle Shoals-soul with the inebriated sway of a sea shanty, the slower "Men in Power" serves as a lament of both national pride and patriarchal power, before exploding into a wild, headbanging singalong, complete with a yearningly
epic outro of Springsteen-style proportions.
The writer's own sense of humour and wit, however, do not desensitise him to recording encounters marked by a quiet poignance: the elderly, limpid-eyed Darshan Singh shuffling after him just to say "I too have seen Lahore", or Gurdial Singh who speaks so passionately and yearningly
about the Lahore of his youth and whose 'feeling and warmth', notes Rashid, 'brought tears to my eyes'.
While the man of the house spent long moments looking yearningly
at television sets and computers, I stood fascinated in front of demonstrations of juicers and choppers and other kitchen implements that seemed to work like magic.
Naturally, he's ecstatic to learn that the 'love from a distance' of his life is now so temptingly, yearningly
close at hand-but, Sharon gives him absolutely no encouragement!
They gaze yearningly
at the green pastures on the other side, fixated on their move.
Sun-flower') that follows yearningly
after the sun, representing the imaginative world.