Whenever he stopped to have his cattle watered and fed with loaves of bread, the villagers stood around admiring
him while he swaggered about, the little boys gazed up at his face with humble homage, and the landlord brought out foaming mugs of beer and conversed proudly with him while he drank.
We turned in and soothed him down and told him we would plan for him and help him, and he needn't be so afeard; and so by and by he got to feeling kind of comfortable again, and unscrewed his heelplates and held up his di'monds this way and that, admiring
them and loving them; and when the light struck into them they WAS beautiful, sure; why, they seemed to kind of bust, and snap fire out all around.
Miss Dearborn heard many admiring
remarks passed upon her ability, and wondered whether they belonged to her or partly, at least, to Rebecca.
She was so busy in admiring
those soft blue eyes, in talking and listening, and forming all these schemes in the inbetweens, that the evening flew away at a very unusual rate; and the suppertable, which always closed such parties, and for which she had been used to sit and watch the due time, was all set out and ready, and moved forwards to the fire, before she was aware.
I suppose I have a considerable organ of veneration, for I retain yet the sense of admiring
awe with which my eyes traced her steps.
The proprietor of Sea-view Cottage had hitherto confined himself to bowing, simpering and admiring
Magdalen through his half-closed eyelids.
As he said the words he looked down, with an admiring
pity, on the flowing golden hair; as if he pictured to himself that it might have been already tinged with grey.
They served me with the ale, though I suspect it was not the Genuine Stunning; and the landlord's wife, opening the little half-door of the bar, and bending down, gave me my money back, and gave me a kiss that was half admiring
and half compassionate, but all womanly and good, I am sure.
A poet would have stood there long, plunged in a melancholy reverie, admiring
this disorder so full of harmony, this destruction which was not without its grace.
He could not help admiring
, and yet being awed by, a man who faintly despised so many things which Philip had looked upon as almost sacred.