His companions had passed on whilst he was at his orisons; but his young blood
and the fresh morning air both invited him to a scamper.
"Packed with the pulse of an unborn race, Torn with a world's desire, The surging flood of my wild young blood
Would quench the judgment fire.
"Then it is not true," resumed Coictier hotly, "that gout is an internal eruption; that a wound caused by artillery is to be cured by the application of a young mouse roasted; that young blood
, properly injected, restores youth to aged veins; it is not true that two and two make four, and that emprostathonos follows opistathonos."
The bold and reckless young blood
of ten-years back was subjugated and was turned into a torpid, submissive, middle-aged, stout gentleman.
It had been successful, for at three-and-twenty, blighted affections find a balm in friendly society, and young nerves will thrill, young blood
dance, and healthy young spirits rise, when subjected to the enchantment of beauty, light, music, and motion.
Fred did not enter into formal reasons, which are a very artificial, inexact way of representing the tingling returns of old habit, and the caprices of young blood
: but there was lurking in him a prophetic sense that evening, that when he began to play he should also begin to bet--that he should enjoy some punch-drinking, and in general prepare himself for feeling "rather seedy" in the morning.
'Why, that's brave,' cried Isaac, jumping up and slapping him on the shoulder; 'and I respect you for having so much young blood
and hot blood, they say, are much the same thing.
There was something about the clean-shaven lips and the puckered corners of the eyes that was mightily sobering to young blood
they were grand days, those deep, full days, when our coming life, like an unseen organ, pealed strange, yearnful music in our ears, and our young blood
cried out like a war-horse for the battle.
"This baseness on her part of course aroused my young blood
to fever heat; I jumped up, and away I flew.
Thou wottest old bones must alway make room for young blood
." Sir Stephen neither answered nor looked up, but passed out from the church as though he had heard nought, his men following him.