"If any labor of mortal might break the spell that binds these waters, this which I have but just essayed had done it.
"Wherefore, ye also mean that when he saith none can break the spell --"
Grose was the first to break the spell
: she threw herself on her knees and, drawing the child to her breast, clasped in a long embrace the little tender, yielding body.
He was afraid that Sally by speaking would break the spell
, but she said never a word, and he wanted to hear the sound of her voice.
With a sudden determination to break the spell
that was upon him, Will looked straight at Mr.
I must not let him know this, for it would make him conscious, and so break the spell
that binds him and me together.
As Carthoris moved through the forest toward the distant cliffs with Thuvia's hand still tight pressed in his, he wondered a little at the girl's continued silence, yet the contact of her cool palm against his was so pleasant that he feared to break the spell
of her new-found reliance in him by speaking.
The frightful vehemence of the man, now reaching its full height, so additionally terrifies her as to break the spell
that has held her to the spot.
It would save the men, the ship, break the spell
by its medicinal virtue, make time of no account, the weather but a passing worry and, like a magic powder working against mysterious malefices, se- cure the first passage of my first command against the evil powers of calms and pestilence.
Somehow I seem to be afraid of any SERIOUS book--afraid of permitting any SERIOUS preoccupation to break the spell
of the passing moment.
Kalonzo said after he served as Vice President, it seems like a spell was cast on him but he will break the spell
When Princess Violet loses her knowledge of flowers, plants and herbs, Basil sets off on a perilous journey to discover the truth and find the mysterious Evergreen who he hopes can break the spell
Invent an angel and give her your seat at cocktail time and rush hour in this plaza with more benches than pigeons look then for a proper name for your fiction and pour it carefully over her hair avoiding a caress that might break the spell
enjoy the fleeting moment your audacity proffers and do not open the newspaper nor consult your watch two sad and inappropriate habits in front of that cleavage with white wings who observes you meticulously as someone sharpening a pencil and discreetly raises her eyebrows when she uncrosses with that slowness that only they have maybe her name is Lola she has a mole a scarf and you will never see her again
Who can break the spell
? Will the Beast ever be released from his curse?
There they must break the spell
and face the witches to make sure the world is a safe place again.