By and by the beadle comes out, once more intensifying the sensation, which has rather languished
in the interval.
In revolving these matters, while she undressed, it suddenly struck her as not unlikely that she might that morning have passed near the very spot of this unfortunate woman's confinement -- might have been within a few paces of the cell in which she languished
out her days; for what part of the abbey could be more fitted for the purpose than that which yet bore the traces of monastic division?
For fifteen days the noble Hor Vastus has languished
in the darkness of the pits, but not in vain.
His face became browned by exposure to the Syrian sun in long marches; he suffered hunger and thirst; he pined in prisons, he languished
in loathsome plague-hospitals.
It exasperated her to think that the dungeon in which she had languished
for so many unhappy years had been unlocked all the time, and that the impulses she had so carefully struggled with and stifled for the sake of keeping well with society, were precisely those by which alone she could have come into any sort of sincere human contact.
The conversation had languished
in the royal family; Philippe, preoccupied, forgot to dismiss his brother and Madame Henrietta.
It was known to them of old time that nothing languished
when Burning Daylight was around.
He had gone to the roots of White Fang's nature, and with kindness touched to life potencies that had languished
and well-nigh perished.
Miserrimus Dexter lingered and languished
over his truffles, and sipped his wonderful Burgundy, and sang his own praises as a cook until I was really almost mad with impatience to return to the real object of my visit.
Her appetite failed and her interest in Avonlea doings languished
But now,' said the first gentleman, 'now we have the happiness we have pined and languished
I think, sir, that from every point of view it would be best," when Flora came back and the conversation, cut short in that direction, languished
When Natalie wanted a change, and languished
for balls, theaters, flower-shows, and the like, she had a room especially reserved for her in the house of Sir Joseph's married sister, Mrs.
I had Miss Sophia's bird in my hand, and thinking the poor creature languished
for liberty, I own I could not forbear giving it what it desired; for I always thought there was something very cruel in confining anything.
a little when the present Duke in his youth insisted upon having his own operas played there, and it is said one day, in a fury, from his place in the orchestra, when he attended a rehearsal, broke a bassoon on the head of the Chapel Master, who was conducting, and led too slow; and during which time the Duchess Sophia wrote domestic comedies, which must have been very dreary to witness.