As his bride could not bear the sight of
us, he called us all to him in the forest after he had married her and ordered us always to keep where she could never again set eyes on a Winged Monkey, which we were glad to do, for we were all afraid of her.
But Ariadne Blish was the worst failure of all, for Rose could not bear the sight of
her, and said she was so like a wax doll she longed to give her a pinch and see if she would squeak.
The first time after a year's absence he returned to Misselthwaite and the small miserable looking thing languidly and indifferently lifted to his face the great gray eyes with black lashes round them, so like and yet so horribly unlike the happy eyes he had adored, he could not bear the sight of
them and turned away pale as death.
My husband went, but I pretended indisposition, and that I could not possibly travel, so I stayed behind; for, in short, I could not bear the sight of
his being given to another woman, though I knew I was never to have him myself.
And then, honoured sir, and then, I, being at the time a widower, with a daughter of fourteen left me by my first wife, offered her my hand, for I could not bear the sight of
He could not bear the sight of
the stinking latrines and toilets in the conference venue; even some delegates responded to nature's call in the night on the veranda in front of their rooms.
The alleged abuses came out in the open when one teacher, saying that she could not bear the sight of
young children being tied to chairs, alerted the parents and a group was formed to talk to the media.
In the Capital's Tihar Jail, Singh's brother Mukesh, who is also an accused, was thrashed severely on Thursday by prisoners who could not bear the sight of
Sorry, but he could not bear the sight of
patients suffering helplessly.
She said she took up the challenge to break the social myth that 'young women were the fair sex and could not bear the sight of
After Willie's death, Mary Todd Lincoln "could not bear the sight of
anything he loved" and "gave all of Willie's toys--everything connected with him--away" because she could not look upon them "without thinking of her poor dead boy" and to think of him in the grave was "maddening" (18182).