Just then a horse's head looked over from the stall
beyond; the ears were laid back, and the eye looked rather ill-tempered.
The lama, sumptuously fed by Mahbub's Baltis, was already asleep in a corner of one of the stalls
His remarks were suddenly cut short by a loud hubbub which broke out from the stall
which we had just left.
When the Dedlocks were about to ride out from Chesney Wold in the king's cause, she is supposed to have more than once stolen down into the stables in the dead of night and lamed their horses; and the story is that once at such an hour, her husband saw her gliding down the stairs and followed her into the stall
where his own favourite horse stood.
Then all began to stare and wonder and crowd around, laughing, for never was such selling heard of in all Nottingham Town; but when they came to buy they found it as he had said, for he gave goodwife or dame as much meat for one penny as they could buy elsewhere for three, and when a widow or a poor woman came to him, he gave her flesh for nothing; but when a merry lass came and gave him a kiss, he charged not one penny for his meat; and many such came to his stall
, for his eyes were as blue as the skies of June, and he laughed merrily, giving to each full measure.
Jack was standing in the middle of the stall
, and by the moonlight Tip could see he was smiling just as jovially as ever.
We are in time at any rate," Ernestine answered, letting her cloak fall upon the back of the stall
There was a man in the stall
immediately behind her, who bent over her and spoke to her from time to time.
Yes," said the Horse; "if any remains out of what I am now eating I will give it you for the sake of my own superior dignity, and if you will come when I reach my own stall
in the evening, I will give you a little sack full of barley.
It was little wonder that the richness and ornament, not only of church and of stall
, but of every private house as well, should have impressed itself upon the young squires.
The same animal which hath the honour to have some part of his flesh eaten at the table of a duke, may perhaps be degraded in another part, and some of his limbs gibbeted, as it were, in the vilest stall
Vronsky, seeing his cousin from his stall
in the front row, did not wait till the entr'acte, but went to her box.
He had taken up a book from the stall
, and there he stood, reading away, as hard as if he were in his elbow-chair, in his own study.
Assuredly, this stall
of Silas Wegg's was the hardest little stall
of all the sterile little stalls
The Miss Guests were much too well-bred to have any of the grimaces and affected tones that belong to pretentious vulgarity; but their stall
being next to the one where Maggie sat, it seemed newly obvious to-day that Miss Guest held her chin too high, and that Miss Laura spoke and moved continually with a view to effect.