The lonely bay of Nukuheva, dotted here and there with the black hulls of the vessels composing the French squadron, lay reposing at the base of a circular range of elevations, whose verdant sides, perforated with deep glens or diversified with smiling valleys, formed altogether
the loveliest view I ever beheld, and were I to live a hundred years, I shall never forget the feeling of admiration which I then experienced.
I determined to commence a series of covert insinuations, or innuendoes, about the oblong box--just to let him perceive, gradually, that I was NOT altogether
the butt, or victim, of his little bit of pleasant mystification.
Pennifeather, but these circumstances were now altogether
too convincing -- too damning, he would hesitate no longer -- he would tell all he knew, although his heart (Mr.
like a great many pleasant things, is more pleasant than true, and I am indebted altogether
to the "Isitsoornot" for the means of correcting the error.
It doesn't seem altogether
to agree with him, for I find him sitting over a bucket in the back kitchen afterward, solemnly swearing never to smoke again.
It seemed a warm, human, well-rooted, and altogether
delightful place to Bert.
Several years were now altogether
omitted, because Mrs.
My misfortune was to carry it into print when I began to write a story, in the Ik Marvel manner, or rather to compose it in type at the case, for that was what I did; and it was not altogether
imitated from Ik Marvel either, for I drew upon the easier art of Dickens at times, and helped myself out with bald parodies of Bleak House in many places.
The hard face of the man softened, what there was of coarseness in its rugged outline became altogether
It was obvious that that young lady did not altogether
appreciate the honor done to her by a visit from so distinguished a person as Inspector Jacks!
Last monsoon begin about this time, him fella Sati get 'm sick belly belong him too much; bime by him fella Sati finish altogether
," he translated into beche-de-mer the written information: Died of dysentery July 4th, 1901.
It was not altogether
surprising that a plantation where seven human beings could be simultaneously effaced and nobody the wiser should be under some suspicion.
Not only so, but he had withdrawn himself almost altogether
from social life and become a recluse.
Yet he was idle at his tasks and had not altogether
an easy time, for when asked long years after how he became such a splendid Latin scholar, he replied, "My master whipt me very well, without that, sir, I should have done nothing.
It was not, however, altogether
a new creation, for its method was similar to that of the university plays which dealt with monarchs of classical history.