Its physical condition is still largely a mystery, but we know now that even in its equatorial region the midday temperature barely
approaches that of our coldest winter.
The day had faded until he could barely
distinguish place for his feet.
The posterity of Marmaduke did not escape the common lot of those who depend rather on their hereditary possessions than on their own powers; and in the third generation they had descended to a point below which, in this happy country, it is barely
possible for honesty, intellect and sobriety to fall.
Philip followed him across the passage and was shown into a room, small and barely
furnished, in which a little, thin man was standing with his back to the fireplace.
But at that very instant a cloud of smoke spread all round, firing was heard quite close at hand, and a voice of naive terror barely
two steps from Prince Andrew shouted, "Brothers
Directly opposite the mouth of the river you will see three large islands far out, so far that they are barely
discernible, the one to the extreme left as you face them from the mouth of the river is Anoroc, where I rule the tribe of Anoroc.
The excitement of the last few strokes was barely
over before they sprang upon the beach and were surrounded by a little crowd, on the outskirts of whom was Oom Sam.
It was here that he had spent his boyhood; barely
an hour ago the two men had stood before the picture of his father.
Once, during the afternoon, Binu Charley barely
missed being impaled in a staked pit that undermined the trail.
Instead, it rose on a slant, so that by high noon it had barely
lifted its lower rim clear of the horizon.
But a very great tempest came on, and the ship being in danger of sinking, he threw all his merchandise overboard, and barely
escaped with his life in the empty ship.
The machine immediately broke through the massive substructure upon which it was builded, and sank out of sight into the earth, the aeronaut springing out barely
in time to save himself.
Written in red on several succeeding leaves--scrawled as if in haste and barely
legible--were the following lines, which Holker read aloud, while his companion continued scanning the dim gray confines of their narrow world and hearing matter of apprehension in the drip of water from every burdened branch:
The Owls had barely
time to pass a new resolution, namely, "That we do stand
As for the traces which Barbicane ought to have left of his passage through the wood, there was not a vestige of them visible: so they followed the barely
perceptible paths along which Indians had tracked some enemy, and which the dense foliage darkly overshadowed.