When I got down stairs in the morning the parlor was shut up, and the watchers
As she turned slowly round, and the sunshine struck upon her face, the two watchers
were amazed to see that this very active and energetic lady was far from being in her first youth, so far that she had certainly come of age again since she first passed that landmark in life's journey.
The three watchers
aloft stared intently into the pearly radiance.
While one of the watchers
was on top of the divide, another man stole his wife, and he came down to fight.
For upon the bounteous earth Zeus has thrice ten thousand spirits, watchers
of mortal men, and these keep watch on judgements and deeds of wrong as they roam, clothed in mist, all over the earth.
the detonation produced by the Columbiad, had the immediate effect of troubling the terrestrial atmosphere, by accumulating a large quantity of vapor, a phenomenon which excited universal indignation, for the moon was hidden from the eyes of the watchers
for several nights.
But Tarzan, who knew them better than they knew themselves, was confident that they had ceased to place the watchers
about them the moment that he had left them, and now he planned not only to have a little fun at their expense but to teach them a lesson in preparedness, which, by the way, is even a more vital issue in the jungle than in civilized places.
Clattering with diction and dice, I outwit the solemn assistants: all those stern watchers
, shall my will and purpose elude.
The anxious watchers
over Pollyanna's condition could see little change wrought by the prescribed treatment.
The judges and watchers
struggled vainly to keep back this crowd of relatives and friends.
a great watcher
, and very dietetically severe, is Dr.
It is named Watcher
of the Fords,' she answered, 'and it has not watched in vain.
Slowly and carefully, therefore, I gained my feet, only to see that my watcher
did the same; cautiously I advanced toward him, finding that by moving with a shuffling gait I could retain my balance as well as make reasonably rapid progress.
Martha had earned her bread sometimes as a seamstress, sometimes as help to a farmer's wife, sometimes as school-mistress of the village children, sometimes as a nurse or watcher
of the sick, thus acquiring a varied experience, the ultimate use of which she little anticipated.
Then I follow the friends of old days over the stormy ocean of the world, I, a poor watcher
, to whom God has kindly given the shelter of a sentry-box.