no, let us rather choose Arm'd with Hell flames and fury all at once O're Heav'ns high Towrs to force resistless way, Turning our Tortures into horrid Arms Against the Torturer; when to meet the noise Of his Almighty Engin he shall hear Infernal Thunder, and for Lightning see Black fire and horror
shot with equal rage Among his Angels; and his Throne it self Mixt with TARTAREAN Sulphur, and strange fire, His own invented Torments.
we have only to extract from the industrious Henry one of those numerous passages which he has collected from contemporary historians, to prove that fiction itself can hardly reach the dark reality of the horrors
of the period.
cried Hallward, looking up at him with an expression of horror
To the victims of its tyranny, there was the choice of death with its direst physical agonies, or death with its most hideous moral horrors
There was beauty as well as terror in the sight, and Edwards and Elizabeth stood viewing the progress of the desolation, with a strange mixture of horror
I find it difficult even to write; my hands shake so that they are not under control, and I am trembling all over with memory of the horrors
we saw enacted before our eyes.
The face of the waters in petty but eternal unrest; and now the sun must shine to set it smiling, to show me its cruel ceaseless mouthings, to reveal all but the ghastlier horrors
And now he--the mighty Lord of the Jungle--he, Tarzan, King of the Apes, the only one in all the world fitted to find and save the child from the horrors
that Rokoff's evil mind had planned--had been trapped like a silly, dumb creature.
I cannot tell you, Miss Maxon," he said sadly, "how much I should hate to be the one to ignore your father's commands, and enlighten you upon this and other subjects which lie nearer to your personal welfare than you can possibly guess; but I feel that after the horrors
of this day duty demands that I must lay all before you--you cannot again be exposed to the horrors
from which you were rescued only by a miracle.
If he lives and this rain revives him--" But he stopped there, remembering too late that he must not add further to the horrors
which the girl already had endured.
A MEMBER of the State Militia stood at a street corner, scowling stormily, and the people passing that way went a long way around him, thinking of the horrors
All right, I won't especially as everyone knows those horrors
I was not fixed indeed; 'tis impossible to describe the terror of my mind, when I was first brought in, and when I looked around upon all the horrors
of that dismal place.
Dimmesdale was overcome with a great horror
of mind, as if the universe were gazing at a scarlet token on his naked breast, right over his heart.
Another person--this time; but a figure of quite as unmistakable horror
and evil: a woman in black, pale and dreadful--with such an air also, and such a face