He took her hair
into his hand again, and looked closely at it.
So that's what would have happened to my bones had I trusted myself to them,' said the youth sadly; and he began to cry bitterly, not because of the treasures, but because of the lovely girl with her swanlike neck and golden hair
The animal was covered with a thick, smooth skin and had no hair
at all except at the extreme end of its tail, where there grew exactly three stiff, stubby hairs
He sat down abruptly, almost cataleptically, drew his head away from the clutch of her hands and out of the entanglement of her hair
, and, his nose thrust upward at an angle of forty-five degrees, he began to quiver and to breathe audibly in rhythm to the rhythm of her singing.
Had the Queen of Sheba lived in the flat across the airshaft, Della would have let her hair
hang out the window some day to dry just to depreciate Her Majesty's jewels and gifts.
She did take off the papers, but no cloud of ringlets appeared, for the hair
came with the papers, and the horrified hairdresser laid a row of little scorched bundles on the bureau before her victim.
We stood there in friendly silence, while the feeble minstrel sheltered in Antonia's hair
went on with its scratchy chirp.
He leaned upon the lounge with an arm extended across her, while the other hand still rested upon her hair
he screamed, in sudden passion, stamping on the floor, and pulling furiously at the hair
, as if it burned him.
But I should have thought her hair
had been darker.
Why, in defiance of every precept and principle of this house, does she conform to the world so openly--here in an evangelical, charitable establishment--as to wear her hair
one mass of curls?
It is," said my eyes, as they swept her for the third time; "but she had glorious chestnut hair
, and the hair
of this woman is--gilded.
Ferdinand Street; he went there to have his beard and hair
She could see quite well the pegs in the old painted linen-press on which she hung her hat and gown; she could see the head of every pin on her red cloth pin-cushion; she could see a reflection of herself in the old- fashioned looking-glass, quite as distinct as was needful, considering that she had only to brush her hair
and put on her night-cap.
Then they all took a sorrowful leave of the princess; and she put the lock of hair
into her bosom, got upon her horse, and set off on her journey to her bridegroom's kingdom.