The Templar and Prior were shortly after marshalled to their sleeping apartments by the steward and the cupbearer, each attended by two torchbearers and two servants carrying refreshments, while servants of inferior condition indicated to their retinue and to the other guests their respective places of repose
Milady perceived a bed; she calculated that the repose
of a few hours would not only refresh her head and her ideas, but still further, her complexion.
But stillness and repose
, at such a time of anxious expectation, are hard to bear.
As it would be necessary to remain some time in this neighborhood, that both men and horses might repose
, and recruit their strength; and as it was a region full of danger, Captain Bonneville proceeded to fortify his camp with breastworks of logs and pickets.
A devout lady who died, left money and contracted for unlimited masses for the repose
of her soul, and also stipulated that this lamp should be kept lighted always, day and night.
Nothing could be more natural than this weakness after then inert repose
of the latter days.
I have been well for ten days, but have remained in bed in the hope of gaining by repose
the strength that would justify me in taking your medicines.
At all seasons and times the long and uninterrupted repose
of a child was the repose
that I enjoyed.
Motion under such conditions is "felt" no more than repose
; and when a body is in repose
it will remain so as long as no strange force displaces it; if moving, it will not stop unless an obstacle comes in its way.
The stranger answered, "He never wanted rest less than at present; for that day and night were indifferent seasons to him; and that he commonly made use of the former for the time of his repose
and of the latter for his walks and lucubrations.
His arm across his head: thus should the hero repose
; thus should he also surmount his repose
When my guest was a little recovered I had great trouble to keep off the men, who wished to ask him a thousand questions; but I would not allow him to be tormented by their idle curiosity, in a state of body and mind whose restoration evidently depended upon entire repose