It is possible that he may be a god, but if he is the man I say he is, he is not making all this havoc without heaven's help, but has some god by his side who is shrouded
in a cloud of darkness, and who turned my arrow aside when it had hit him.
In a little while they stretched across Turtle Bay and Kip's Bay, then shrouded
themselves in the deep shadows of the Manhattan shore, and glided swiftly along, secure from observation.
As I lay on my back completely shrouded
with verdure, the leafy branches drooping over me, my limbs buried in grass, I could not avoid comparing our situation with that of the interesting babes in the wood.
During the preceding dialogue, Mohegan retained his seat, with his head shrouded
in his blanket, as seemingly inattentive to surrounding objects as the departing congregation was itself to the presence of the aged chief, Natty, also, continued on the log where he had first placed himself, with his head resting on one of his hands, while the other held the rifle, which was thrown carelessly across his lap.
Towards two o'clock in the afternoon the sun shone forth anew, the wind subsided, the sea became smooth as a crystal mirror, and the fog, which had shrouded
the coast, disappeared like a veil withdrawn from before it.
By the lakes that thus outspread Their lone waters, lone and dead, - Their sad waters, sad and chilly With the snows of the lolling lily, - By the mountains - near the river Murmuring lowly, murmuring ever, - By the grey woods, - by the swamp Where the toad and the newt encamp, - By the dismal tarns and pools Where dwell the Ghouls, - By each spot the most unholy - In each nook most melancholy, - There the traveller meets aghast Sheeted Memories of the Past - Shrouded
forms that start and sigh As they pass the wanderer by - White-robed forms of friends long given, In agony, to the Earth - and Heaven.
The seventh apartment was closely shrouded in black velvet tapestries that hung all over the ceiling and down the walls, falling in heavy folds upon a carpet of the same material and hue.
The figure was tall and gaunt, and shrouded from head to foot in the habiliments of the grave.
He felt shrouded
by her doubt: he got strength to face her from the sense that she could not yet feel warranted in pronouncing that worst condemnation on him.
It is to be regretted that she did not live to complete her narrative, for then, undoubtedly, would have been cleared away the mystery that has shrouded
for seven centuries the execution of Ernest Everhard.
He was almost a skeleton when they put him on board the Ramchunder East Indiaman, Captain Bragg, from Calcutta, touching at Madras, and so weak and prostrate that his friend who had tended him through his illness prophesied that the honest Major would never survive the voyage, and that he would pass some morning, shrouded
in flag and hammock, over the ship's side, and carrying down to the sea with him the relic that he wore at his heart.
All the members of that family, especially the feminine half, were pictured by him, as it were, wrapped about with a mysterious poetical veil, and he not only perceived no defects whatever in them, but under the poetical veil that shrouded
them he assumed the existence of the loftiest sentiments and every possible perfection.
And there was one looker-on, who remained with eyes fixed upon the spot where the carriage had disappeared, long after it was many miles away; for, behind the white curtain which had shrouded
her from view when Harry raised his eyes towards the window, sat Rose herself.
Patrick Sweeney replies: "As far as I know, no one ever made an aftermarket shroud for S&Ws for the simple reason that, for the longest time, S&W has made a shrouded
version of its various J-frame snubbies.
Summary: Acrid smoke from forest and peat fires, worsened by record high temperatures, have shrouded
Moscow in smog.