Nothing less than the frosty
light of the cheerful sky, the sight of people passing beyond the bars of the court-yard gate, and the reviving influence of the rest of the bread and meat and beer, would have brought me round.
She followed him, droopingly and reluctant; for all the glow and sparkle was gone out of her figure; and whereas just before she had resembled a bright, frosty
, star-gemmed evening, with a crimson gleam on the cold horizon, she now looked as dull and languid as a thaw.
Lord Pooley's eyes recovered their frosty
twinkle as he looked at the little clergyman.
It was a fine day, and there was a bright, frosty
sun which made the light dance in the street.
It was frosty
and the air was sharp, but toward evening the sky became overcast and it began to thaw.
When age comes by and lays his frosty
hands So lightly on mine eyes, that, scarce aware
March came in that winter like the meekest and mildest of lambs, bringing days that were crisp and golden and tingling, each followed by a frosty
pink twilight which gradually lost itself in an elfland of moonshine.
He, too, remembered the lost pack and sought it, seeing the bare hills of snow and the stars glimmering overhead through the frosty
darkness of night, hearing the faint answering howls from other hills as the pack assembled.
Genevieve asked, the while their footfalls rang out on the frosty
The night was clear and frosty
, all ebony of shadow and silver of snowy slope; big stars were shining over the silent fields; here and there the dark pointed firs stood up with snow powdering their branches and the wind whistling through them.
Where he had wandered in the darkness to meet his doom we did not know, but in the frosty
dawnlight he dragged himself home to die.
Leslie came over to the house of dreams one frosty
October night, when moonlit mists were hanging over the harbor and curling like silver ribbons along the seaward glens.
We were walking home from the morning service, for it was a fine frosty
day, and as we are so near the church, I had requested the carriage should not be used.
Through the frosty
vapor could be seen workmen in short sheepskins and soft felt boots crossing the rails of the curving line.
It was a bright, frosty
day, and Miss Twinkleton had already graciously sanctioned fresh air.