The abbe replaced the large spectacles, which covered not only his eyes but his temples, and sitting down motioned to his visitor
to do the same.
Darcy told her that Bingley was also coming to wait on her; and she had barely time to express her satisfaction, and prepare for such a visitor
, when Bingley's quick step was heard on the stairs, and in a moment he entered the room.
And the despondency of the next morning's dawn, when it was no longer Sunday, but Monday; and no best clothes; and the laughing visitors
were gone, and she awoke alone in her old bed, the innocent younger children breathing softly around her.
I believe she receives at any time; it depends upon the visitors
As the visitors
passed along the street a good many paper dolls came to the doors and windows of their houses to look at them curiously.
Returning from the garden gate, after taking leave of his visitor
, Hardyman received from his servant a handful of letters which had just arrived for him.
We should never think of eating our visitors
, if we were," declared the Scarecrow; "so please do not worry, for you will be perfectly safe while you remain in Oz.
Anne kept close to the cottage, at the back; determined, if a chance offered, on speaking to the visitor
, whoever the visitor
The fare for the descent was fixed at five dollars per head; and despite this high charge, during the two months which preceded the experiment, the influx of visitors
enabled the Gun Club to pocket nearly five hundred thousand dollars!
I should be proud to have for the motto of my cabin those lines of Spenser which one of my visitors
inscribed on a yellow walnut leaf for a card:--
The bell is a signal for visitors
to retire, and so they have come to say good night; but there is plenty of time, plenty of time.
It was then perceived to be a small home with a large mangle in it, at the handle of which machine stood a very long boy, with a very little head, and an open mouth of disproportionate capacity that seemed to assist his eyes in staring at the visitors
One of the visitors
sat straight down to the table without even greeting Katerina Ivanovna.
I remained awhile at the top of the stair, but with the effect presently of understanding that when my visitor
had gone, he had gone: then I returned to my room.
There was a policeman not far off, advancing with his bull's eye open; and at the sight, I thought my visitor
started and made greater haste.