Professor Porter had recovered his shiny
silk hat, which he had brushed carefully upon the sleeve of his coat and replaced upon his head.
An elderly and apparently intoxicated peasant in a shiny
black hat, and carrying a large crimson umbrella, caught sight of it first as it trailed past him, and was seized with a discreditable ambition to kill it.
The "Stormy Petrel" was manned by half a dozen jaunty looking sailors, who made a fine display of blue shirts and shiny
hats, with stars and anchors in every direction.
Tearing the receptacle open, she gathered a handful of shiny cylinders--heavy for their size, they seemed to her, and good missiles.
I hurled these at the stranger bulls," and she held forth another handful of the shiny metal cylinders with the dull gray, cone-shaped ends.
His real name was Mastro Antonio, but everyone called him Mastro Cherry, for the tip of his nose was so round and red and shiny
that it looked like a ripe cherry.
His eyes are weak blue; he wears a brown vest and a shiny
black serge coat.
His clothes were shiny
from the wet; raindrops hung from his beard.
The porter reappeared ushering in a smart-looking young man, who carried a shiny
coachman's hat in his hand.
He trod the pavement heavily with his shiny
boots, and his general get-up was that of a well-to-do mechanic in business for himself.
Stout and pale, with a great shiny dome of a bald forehead and prominent brown eyes, he might have been anything but a seaman.
After a while, inclining his big shiny head my way, he addressed me first in his friendly fashion.
With these incoherent exclamations, the young woman burst into another fit of crying, and got so dreadfully hysterical, that a couple of women who came up at the moment asked a butcher's boy with a shiny
head of hair anointed with suet, who was also looking on, whether he didn't think he had better run for the doctor.
Villiam,' said the hostler to the deputy hostler,
Lest anybody should feel a curiosity to know how Kit was clad, it may be briefly remarked that he wore no livery, but was dressed in a coat of pepper-and-salt with waistcoat of canary colour, and nether garments of iron-grey; besides these glories, he shone in the lustre of a new pair of boots and an extremely stiff and shiny
hat, which on being struck anywhere with the knuckles, sounded like a drum.