Alec, knitting his brows, as he always did when any allusion was made to that other Rose.
Then he went away to talk quite cheerfully to Aunt Peace about its being "only a chill"; after which he tramped up and down the hall, pulling his beard and knitting his brows, sure signs of great inward perturbation.
"Excellent fellows, aren't they?" said he, absentmindedly, knitting his brows
as the animal yelled out sharply.
I saw Alan knitting his brows
at me, and supposed it was in anger; and that gave me a pang of light-headed fear, like what a child may have.
Athos turned pale; then, knitting his brows
like the greatest of all the heathen deities: -- "I am waiting to learn the reply you made," he demanded, in an imperious manner.
"Nothing could be less acceptable to me than payment for the pleasure of entertaining a visitor," the doctor answered, knitting his brows
; "and as to my advice, you shall have it if I like you, and not unless.
Gradgrind, knitting his brow
, 'that the result of your probation there has disappointed me; has greatly disappointed me.
Your Eminence may perceive," continued Athos, knitting his brow, for this sort of investigation began to annoy him, "that we have not come out without our arms."
"Ah, you gentlemen of policy!" replied the cardinal, knitting his brow in his turn, "the secret of many unknown things might perhaps be found in your brains, if we could read them as you read that letter which you concealed as soon as you saw me coming."