, and said, "sir"--this "sir" scorched his lips, and he had to control himself to avoid collaring this "gentleman"--"sir, you have been very kind to give me a passage on this boat.
There were the little faces of the children, peeping from their bed apart
and here the father's frame of strength, the mother's subdued and careful mien, the high-browed youth, the budding girl, and the good old grandam, still knitting in the warmest place.
If some of the others were set apart
, might not they be beautiful?
He was a gentle and kindly man, with a life and a longing, quite apart
from his vocation, which were never lived or fulfilled.
He placed one upon the floor, so that it could run around, and pulled apart the other, making three piglets in all; and then one of these was pulled apart, making four piglets.
Dorothy screamed and expected to see a terrible sight; but as the two halves of the Sorcerer fell apart on the floor she saw that he had no bones or blood inside of him at all, and that the place where he was cut looked much like a sliced turnip or potato.
With livid face he stood, leaning for support against the table; his craven knees wabbling beneath his fat carcass; while his lips were drawn apart
against his yellow teeth in a horrid grimace of awful fear.
She was plainly dressed in white linen and a cool muslin blouse, but there was something about her, unmistakable even to Trent, which placed her very far apart
indeed from any woman likely to have become his unbidden guest.
from the rest, and appealed to him personally.
The Agent was silent and thoughtful for a moment; then he drew the other apart
into an unfrequented place and whispered in his ear:
Between the massive blocks were strips of grass the leverage of whose roots had pushed them apart
Hence there have been, in all ages and nations, certain places set apart
for public rendezvous, where the curious might meet and satisfy their mutual curiosity.
Lust is sin,"--so say some who preach death--"let us go apart
and beget no children
On the contrary, he needed occupation and distraction quite apart
from his love, so as to recruit and rest himself from the violent emotions that agitated him.
The Duke, in a very old tweed coat, but immaculate as to linen and the details of his toilet, stood a little apart
, with a frown upon his forehead, and exactly that absorbed air which in the House of Lords usually indicated his intention to make a speech.