We must lie still, in the calm harbor, till the storm should abate
The descent, of course, is effected by lowering the heat of the cylinder, and letting the temperature abate
The waves of the great movement abate
, and on the calm surface eddies are formed in which float the diplomatists, who imagine that they have caused the floods to abate
How or when my frenzy for him began to abate
I cannot say, but it certainly waned, and it must have waned rapidly, for after no great while I found myself feeling the charm of quite different minds, as fully as if his had never enslaved me.
Inextricably entangled in the mess to which he was clinging were numerous other landing hooks such as he had attached to the warrior's harness, and with one of these he sought to secure himself until the storm should abate
sufficiently to permit him to climb to the deck, but even as he reached for one that swung near him the ship was caught in a renewed burst of the storm's fury, the thrashing cordage whipped and snapped to the lunging of the great craft and one of the heavy metal hooks, lashing through the air, struck the Jed of Gathol fair between the eyes.
There were moments when the wind seemed to abate
a little, but that did not last long and as if to make up for that respite the storm swept down with tenfold vigour and tore and whirled the more fiercely.