I, Big-Tooth, knew not the Swift One as a creature of finer facial and bodily symmetry, with long-lashed eyes and a bridge to her nose and down-opening nostrils that made toward
I came into his stormy life, not as a new perturbing force, but as one that made toward
peace and repose.
Instinctively, and consciously, too, she had made toward
delicacy, and shunned the perils of the habitual and commonplace.
The apron in which I had wrapped the writing-desk was the only approach I had made toward
wearing the honorable uniform of the workingman.
Elton in particular; but it seemed to her reasonable that at Harriet's age, and with the entire extinction of all hope, such a progress might be made towards
a state of composure by the time of Mr.
The gentleman himself was at that time on horse-back, at a little distance from them; and hearing the gun go off, he immediately made towards
the place, and discovered poor Tom; for the gamekeeper had leapt into the thickest part of the furze-brake, where he had happily concealed himself.
Gliding away together when this task was accomplished, and passing several groups of men, each gathered round a stooping figure to hide him from those who passed, but unable to repress the clanking sound of hammers, which told that they too were busy at the same work,--the two fugitives made towards
Clerkenwell, and passing thence to Islington, as the nearest point of egress, were quickly in the fields.
Their sufferings, at length, became so great that they abandoned their intended course, and made towards
a range of snowy mountains, brightening in the north, where they hoped to find water.
Boxtel was quite aware of the progress which Van Baerle had made towards
producing the grand black tulip.
As soon as they entered the marsh, the two dogs began hunting about together and made towards
the green, slime-covered pool.
The two then made towards him to strip him of his armour, but Hector called on all his brothers for help, and he especially upbraided brave Melanippus son of Hiketaon, who erewhile used to pasture his herds of cattle in Percote before the war broke out; but when the ships of the Danaans came, he went back to Ilius, where he was eminent among the Trojans, and lived near Priam who treated him as one of his own sons.
As he spoke he wielded his spear with still greater fury, and when any Trojan made towards the ships with fire at Hector's bidding, he would be on the look-out for him, and drive at him with his long spear.
Figueroa, the chronicler of Mendanna's voyage, says, that on the morning the land was descried, when the Spaniards drew near the shore, there sallied forth, in rude progression, about seventy canoes, and at the same time many of the inhabitants (females I presume) made towards
the ships by swimming.
And when he had let fall these words, with his accustomed gravity, Monsieur turned his eyes, in a certain manner, upon the people of his suite, so that all, pages, officers, and equerries, quitted the service, knives and goblets, and made towards
the second chamber a retreat as rapid as it was disorderly.