Here we are all just ready to drop down, and the critters all in a reek of
And again he looked at me terribly through the reek of the fire.
And once again he stared at me through the reek of the flame, and pointed with his assegai to the door of the hut.
It was dense enough to shut out everything from the light of the coach-lamps but these its own workings, and a few yards of road; and the reek of
the labouring horses steamed into it, as if they had made it all.
She came to the door with them, and as they glanced back they saw her still standing there with the yellow bull pup cuddled up under one forearm, and the thin blue reek of
her cigarette ascending from her lips.
One or two late birds sleepily chirping in their nests, and a bat heavily crossing and recrossing her, and the reek of
her own tread in the thick dust that felt like velvet, were all Mrs.
Even as fierce ravening wolves that are feasting upon a homed stag which they have killed upon the mountains, and their jaws are red with blood--they go in a pack to lap water from the clear spring with their long thin tongues; and they reek of
blood and slaughter; they know not what fear is, for it is hunger drives them--even so did the leaders and counsellors of the Myrmidons gather round the good squire of the fleet descendant of Aeacus, and among them stood Achilles himself cheering on both men and horses.
All the uses and scents of the brewery might have evaporated with its last reek of
There was a large fire burning on the hearth, and one could smell from far the fragrant reek of
burning cedar and sandal wood.
But Bock's references aren't limited to the entertainers of Camelot: His manic science experiments with exploding paint balls and cabbages reek of
the Nutty Professor's '60s, while his timing, his wild stare, and his toothy grin are pure turn-of-the-millennium Jim Carrey.
The appointment would reek of
cronyism, arrogance and disdain.
They reek of
know-nottfingism--no small matter in today's climate.
The woman would reek of
yesterday's liquor and you would try to stay several feet apart during conversation.
Inducing the common folk to pay for ambitious government programs that reek of
sizzling bacon is a sales task that would daunt even a Mary Kay pink-Cadillac owner.
Halmi had no hand in this production, but the final episodes reek of
his cheese-fest influence.