In a moment his mother was kneeling by the bedside; she drew Ilbrahim to her bosom, and he nestled
there, with no violence of joy, but contentedly, as if he were hushing himself to sleep.
He stretched his arms towards his child, but the boy cried and nestled
in his nurse's bosom, scared at the sight of his father's armour, and at the horse-hair plume that nodded fiercely from his helmet.
It was not, however, until he had drifted a great distance that he ventured to ply his oars, when he made his skiff dart like an arrow through the strait of Hell Gate, never heeding the danger of Pot, Frying Pan, nor Hog's Back itself, nor did he feel himself thoroughly secure until safely nestled
in bed in the cockloft of the ancient farmhouse of the Suydams.
One dear little bird nestled
tenderly in her bosom; another put its bill to her lips.
I murmured, feeling my body nestled
at ease in the sand.
The little creature ran across at the words and nestled
up against the lady's dress.
But as she sat she bethought herself of the egg that the moon had given her; and when she broke it, there ran out a hen and twelve chickens of pure gold, that played about, and then nestled
under the old one's wings, so as to form the most beautiful sight in the world.
How precious to you was everything that she had hallowed by her touch--her little glove, the ribbon she had worn, the rose that had nestled
in her hair and whose withered leaves still mark the poems you never care to look at now.
When Jehan saw that it was only this, that is to say, no doubt a physician or a magistrate, and that this man had a nose very far from his mouth, a sign of stupidity, he nestled
down in his hole, in despair at being obliged to pass an indefinite time in such an uncomfortable attitude, and in such bad company.
She stretched out her arms, and the child nestled
by her side.
And in the midst of the riot that sweet young lady returned, and snatched up that sweet little dog of hers (he had laid the tyke up for a month, and had on the expression, now, of a new-born lamb) into her arms, and kissed him, and asked him if he was killed, and what those great nasty brutes of dogs had been doing to him; and he nestled
up against her, and gazed up into her face with a look that seemed to say: "Oh, I'm so glad you've come to take me away from this disgraceful scene
And so the two walked together through the dark alley to the end of the rickety, dismantled dock; the one thinking of the vast reward the King would lavish upon her for the information she felt sure she alone could give; the other feeling beneath his mantle for the hilt of a long dagger which nestled
Followed by the boy and Toto--the dog with a new green ribbon around his neck--she hastened down to the splendid drawing-room of the palace, where, seated upon an exquisite throne of carved malachite and nestled
amongst its green satin cushions was the lovely Princess Ozma, waiting eagerly to welcome her friend.
The little fishing village, nestled
in the cove where the sand-dunes met the harbor shore, looked like a great opal in the haze.