For a moment the terror
of Hans Van Ripper's wrath passed across his mind, --for it was his Sunday saddle; but this was no time for petty fears; the goblin was hard on his haunches; and (unskilful rider that he was
The seeing sense -- held fast in the fetters of its own terror
-- looked unchangeably straightforward, as it had looked from the first.
Think not I speak to thee only to excite thy terror
, and practise on the base cowardice thou hast derived from thy tribe.
Even her natural terror
of being left alone in the awful jungle was submerged in a greater horror as she saw the man and the beast spring simultaneously upon their prey and drag it down, as she saw the handsome face of her preserver contorted in a bestial snarl; as she saw his strong, white teeth buried in the soft flesh of the kill.
Now he was in total darkness, and again terror
rode heavily astride his neck.
Suddenly her horse raised his head and snorted, and with a little cry of terror
the girl sprang to her feet.
From my earliest recollection my sleep was a period of terror
It was the very essence of the unknown; it was the sum of the terrors
of the unknown, the one culminating and unthinkable catastrophe that could happen to him, about which he knew nothing and about which he feared everything.
It was Passepartout who, playing his part with a happy audacity, had passed through the crowd amid the general terror
The night watch evinced the same terror
, refused, in his turn, to accompany Athos, and only pointed with his hand to the road he was to take.
The nurse, having placed the beverage prepared by the doctor within reach of the patient, and locked the door, was listening with terror
to the comments of the servants in the kitchen, and storing her memory with all the horrible stories which had for some months past amused the occupants of the ante-chambers in the house of the king's attorney.
He went about the house as usual, but, as might be expected, fled in extreme terror
at my approach.
To the substances of terror
he was sufficiently alive, but of its shadows he had no apprehension.
Ferguson darted his powerful electric jet toward various points of space, and caused it to rest on a spot from which shouts of terror
As Thuvia of Ptarth saw Carthoris depart from the presence of Tario, leaving her alone with the man, a sudden qualm of terror