At this audacious
declaration, the archdeacon's visage assumed a thoroughly pedagogical and paternal expression.
I, the most audacious
man of my age in London, had behaved like a bashful boy
A bolder man might still have maintained the audacious
position which he had assumed.
apparently by the exercise of a spasmodic effort of will) into the performance of acts of the most audacious
The domestic nature of the story makes this audacious
proceeding possible; while the lively fancies of my young readers will supply all deficiencies, and overlook all discrepancies.
Recovering somewhat from my surprise at this astounding charge, I was half-minded to throttle the audacious
accuser, but was restrained by a sudden conviction that came to me in the light of a revelation.
Nothing is more natural, therefore, than to perceive them applying their audacious
ingenuity to the science of gunnery.
This recital will destroy many illusions and surmises; but it will give a true idea of the singular changes in store for such an enterprise; it will bring out the scientific instincts of Barbicane, the industrious resources of Nicholl, and the audacious
humor of Michel Ardan.
The poisonous flies and gnats swarmed around by thousands; in vain one waved myrtle-branches about like mad; the audacious
insect population did not cease to sting; nor was there a single person in the well-crammed carriage whose face was not swollen and sore from their ravenous bites.
In proportion as Lady Lowborough finds she has nothing to fear from me, and as the time of departure draws nigh, the more audacious
and insolent she becomes.
However, what she withheld from the infant, she bestowed with the utmost profuseness on the poor unknown mother, whom she called an impudent slut, a wanton hussy, an audacious
harlot, a wicked jade, a vile strumpet, with every other appellation with which the tongue of virtue never fails to lash those who bring a disgrace on the sex.
There are faces too--faces dark, truculent, and smiling; the frank audacious
faces of men barefooted, well armed and noiseless.
The brow of the chief contracted in an ominous frown, that threatened instant destruction to the audacious
squatter; but as suddenly recollecting his policy, he craftily replied--
And Miss Monflathers, the audacious
creature who presumed, even in the dimmest and remotest distance of her imagination, to conjure up the degrading picture, 'I am a'most inclined,' said Mrs Jarley, bursting with the fulness of her anger and the weakness of her means of revenge, 'to turn atheist when I think of it