A vine wanders
along the whole side of the house, a pleasant strip of green like a frieze, between the two stories.
Of what I should say to the cousins, and of how I should introduce myself into their midst, I did not think at all: the pilgrim spirit was upon me, the unpractical spirit that takes no thought for anything, but simply wanders
along enjoying its own emotions.
Angry or simply sad but certainly disillusioned he wanders
about and meets the girl one afternoon and under the sway of a strong feeling forgets his shyness.
Some night Numa will be very hungry and very angry--then he will leap over the thorn bushes which encircle Goro and we will have no more light after Kudu seeks his lair--the night will be black with the blackness that comes when Goro is lazy and sleeps late into the night, or when he wanders
through the skies by day, forgetting the jungle and its people.
It remained as a goblin football, as a hint that all is not for the best in the best of all possible worlds, and that beneath these superstructures of wealth and art there wanders
an ill-fed boy, who has recovered his umbrella indeed, but who has left no address behind him, and no name.
Finis is written, and your man wanders
in strange gardens.
When you feel it in your stomach, your attention wanders
, and you begin to fidget.
Even when she wanders
from the subject of her travels, and occupies herself with the prospects that await her in England, her speculations are busied with her future as my sister, and persistently neglect to notice her future as Sir Percival's wife.
He stood in the revealing night--in the darkness that tries the hearts, in the night useless for the work of men, but in which their gaze, undazzled by the sunshine of covetous days, wanders
sometimes as far as the stars.
Your uncle wanders
very much, Amy,' he said, when he was thus roused.
A passing remembrance of Mrs Veneering, here induces Mortimer to address his next half-dozen words to her; after which he wanders
away again, tries Twemlow and finds he doesn't answer, ultimately takes up with the Buffers who receive him enthusiastically.
At length he fell into that state of partial unconsciousness, in which the mind wanders
uneasily from scene to scene, and from place to place, without the control of reason, but still without being able to divest itself of an indescribable sense of present suffering.
She had wandered
about long enough to feel too tired to wander
any farther, and she turned back.
But you--you can go out into the world, the mysterious world, do as you will, go where you will, wander
there, follow any bye-way that takes your fancy, put up at old inns, make strange acquaintances, have all kinds of romantic experiences-- Oh, to be a man for a fortnight, your younger brother for a fortnight
He had nothing better to do than, taking chance for his guide, to wander
aimlessly through the streets of Yokohama.