When I got on my feet to go on again, I happened to turn my head toward
the door of the house.
A desire to impress the mind of his companion with the importance of the resolution he had made came over him and he nod- ded his head toward
At this point the herald nudged Rob and half inclined his head toward
the Sheriff's daughter, who sat with a thin smile upon her lips.
I'm not hankering to be the man that lays hands on you while he's around," Pete announced conclusively, nodding his head toward
Tamenund turned his head toward
one of his supporters, and listened to the short explanation the man gave.
At this instant Ginevra abandoned the meditative attitude in which she had been contemplating her canvas, and turned her head toward
the group of aristocrats.
He nodded his head toward
one end of the island opposite, and, looking steadily in the same direction, the other guest could see the dome of a bald head and the top of a fishing rod, both equally motionless, rising out of the tall undergrowth against the background of the stream beyond.
The herald went to the chair in which Rebecca was seated, and Bois-Guilbert suddenly turning his horse's head toward
that end of the lists, in spite of hints on either side from Malvoisin and Mont-Fitchet, was by the side of Rebecca's chair as soon as the herald.
The squire is right, Judge,” observed Benjamin, with a knowing nod of his head toward
Richard, that bespoke the cordiality between them,
He raised his head toward
the heavens and opened his mouth.
Beefy jerked his great head toward
an open door, and the tail of my eye caught the glint of glasses in the firelight, but the rest of it was otherwise engaged.
He turned his head toward
the kitchen where his Rag-weed was working and asked himself if she were gone and some other woman were here--such as little Rose might be when she grew up, one to whom he went out spontaneously, would not his life be more complete and far more worth while?
said his wife, with slow, loud emphasis, bending her head toward
She occupied a chair right up to the front, and several times she turned her head toward
one or another of her CONFRERES and smiled her appreciation of the remarks.
So when next day at tiffin he bent his head toward
me and said that he had met my late Captain last evening, adding in an undertone: "He's very sorry you left.