Agnes saw that look; saw the eyelids
of the living woman open slowly like the eyelids
of the dead; saw her rise, as if in obedience to some silent command--and saw no more.
They sang one Negro melody after another, while the mulatto sat rocking himself, his head thrown back, his yellow face lifted, his shrivelled eyelids
Then collecting all her remaining strength, she forced herself to close her eyes; but this simple operation upon the most delicate organs of our frame, generally so easy to accomplish, became almost impossible at this moment, so much did curiosity struggle to retain the eyelid
open and learn the truth.
But on this night Saxon did not win to sleep quickly; the little creeping mother came and went; and in the intervals the face of Billy, with the cloud-drifted, sullen, handsome eyes, burned against her eyelids
It was my task at first to keep up the artificial respiration in the body after the transfusion had been effected, but presently Meunier relieved me, and I could see the wondrous slow return of life; the breast began to heave, the inspirations became stronger, the eyelids
quivered, and the soul seemed to have returned beneath them.
The Prince compressed his lips, and knit his brow and his eyelids
dropped so as to hide his eyes for an instant.
I have heard him talking of her in his sleep, and I have seen the tears on his eyelids
The East End of London, I read, or some one says; and first of all, under my eyelids
, leap the visions of the shining pubs, and in my ears echo the calls for "two of bitter" and "three of Scotch.
The man's purplish red face, his heavy eyelids
, the nervous twitchings, all spoke of his addiction to drink.
Now, as if some secret were hinted to her own consciousness through the medium of another's perception, she was fain to let her eyelids droop beneath Clifford's gaze.
Phoebe took leave of the desolate couple, and passed through the shop, twinkling her eyelids to shake off a dew-drop; for--considering how brief her absence was to be, and therefore the folly of being cast down about it--she would not so far acknowledge her tears as to dry them with her handkerchief.
She had thrown her head back a little but there was no scorn, no angry flash under the dark-lashed eyelids.
She listened with that enigmatic, still, under the eyelids glance, and a friendly turn of the head.
I sat up and rubbed my grimy face with my dry and horny hands, as my lips and eyelids
were stuck together, and it was only after some friction and with an effort that I was able to open them.
When she got out of the carriage, her cheeks were pale and her eyelids