It's very apt to set him off with the same energy in a much worse direction," answered Fisher; "a pretty endless sort of direction, a bottomless pit
as deep as the bottomless well.
Although the boy had told me that it was but ten feet to the floor below I experienced the same thrills as though I were hanging above a bottomless pit
These papers are delivered to a set of artists, very dexterous in finding out the mysterious meanings of words, syllables, and letters: for instance, they can discover a close stool, to signify a privy council; a flock of geese, a senate; a lame dog, an invader; the plague, a standing army; a buzzard, a prime minister; the gout, a high priest; a gibbet, a secretary of state; a chamber pot, a committee of grandees; a sieve, a court lady; a broom, a revolution; a mouse-trap, an employment; a bottomless pit
, a treasury; a sink, a court; a cap and bells, a favourite; a broken reed, a court of justice; an empty tun, a general; a running sore, the administration.
The bay was like a bottomless pit
of intense light.
Into what a bottomless pit
has my lust after gold plunged me.
In other words, he descended immediately into a bottomless pit
of confusion, and the Young Person followed him down.
It has to be made clear that this is not a bottomless pit
THE Los Angeles Department of Water and Power appears to be a bottomless pit
It is not a bottomless pit
but the way this club has been operating in the past is going to be the way it's going to operate in the future.
Ireland may be sinking into a bottomless pit
because the traditional comfort of people, the Church, has failed them.
Billions of federal, state and local dollars were pumped into a bottomless pit
, the MTA's regional rail fantasy.
Of course, there is not a bottomless pit
of money to pay nurses or anyone else.
The school system in Los Angeles has become a bottomless pit
for the destruction of the taxpayers.
I was astonished by the size of the administration and told him he was planning a bottomless pit
A bottomless pit
of racism, sexism, homophobia and general misanthropy, with a sharp tongue honed to slice anyone who comes near to ribbons, the closest thing Melvin has to a friend is the waitress at his favorite cafe.