I know not what you call my bass
," said Heyward, piqued at her remark, "but I know that your safety, and that of Cora, is far dearer to me than could be any orchestra of Handel's music.
and Tenor of the Man and the Soprano and Contralto of the two Women?
At a little distance stood Minnie and the "garden-child," a minute importation, each holding either end of a long piece of bass
By way of a change she crossed her hands and played the air in the bass
announced the countess' gigantic footman in his bass
voice, entering the drawing room.
It's what I should expect, when a fellow like Trapping Bass
is let off so easily.
Above the muffled roar of conversation, the dismal wailings of babies at night, the thumping of feet in unseen corridors and rooms, mingled with the sound of varied hoarse shoutings in the street and the rattling of wheels over cobbles, they heard the screams of the child and the roars of the mother die away to a feeble moaning and a subdued bass
There were shrill cries of boys selling programmes and soda water, and there was a great bass
rumble of masculine voices.
The signal has been sounded--too grave for the ear of the sailor at the masthead and his comrades on the deck--who nevertheless feel its vibrations in the ship as the stones of a cathedral are stirred by the bass
of the organ.
He added charcoal and a fisherman's brazier, a coffee pot and frying pan, and the coffee and the meat, and a black bass
fresh from the water that day.
As you can well imagine, the bass
, the flounders, the whitefish, and even the little anchovies all went together into the tub to keep the mullets company.
He immediately took the only method of silencing this thorough bass
, whose music he feared might disturb Mr Allworthy; and then sitting down by the nurse, he remained motionless till Blifil and the doctor came in together and waked the sick man, in order that the doctor might feel his pulse, and that the other might communicate to him that piece of news, which, had Jones been apprized of it, would have had great difficulty of finding its way to Mr Allworthy's ear at such a season.
But that's just the question," Pestsov broke in in his bass
Undoubtedly, undoubtedly," broke in Mr Verloc in a deep deferential bass
of an oratorical quality, so utterly different from the tone in which he had spoken before that his interlocutor remained profoundly surprised.
Pickwick had taken, was an office-lad of fourteen, with a tenor voice; near him a common-law clerk with a bass