He staggered against the rock, and felt it chill and damp; while a hanging twig, that had been all on fire, besprinkled
his cheek with the coldest dew.
Yes, I said, and I do not believe that there were any such diseases in the days of Asclepius; and this I infer from the circumstance that the hero Eurypylus, after he has been wounded in Homer, drinks a posset of Pramnian wine well besprinkled
with barley-meal and grated cheese, which are certainly inflammatory, and yet the sons of Asclepius who were at the Trojan war do not blame the damsel who gives him the drink, or rebuke Patroclus, who is treating his case.
Riderhood cast down his eyes on his own besprinkled
There are certain holy ones, sisters born -- three virgins (23) gifted with wings: their heads are besprinkled
with white meal, and they dwell under a ridge of Parnassus.
MERCIE--thank you," said the Lady Flabella, as the lively but devoted Cherizette plentifully besprinkled
with the fragrant compound the Lady Flabella's MOUCHOIR of finest cambric, edged with richest lace, and emblazoned at the four corners with the Flabella crest, and gorgeous heraldic bearings of that noble family.
In that poem, three girls run before the giant--one has the smell of geraniums, one has fabrics besprinkled
with colors, and the third says, "Oh, la .
mine arms shall be thy throne, Where seated once, mock death, and laugh to scorn, The boisterous threats, of blood besprinkled
war, Who whilst he shows wild frescoes in the streets, And with his gambols, overthrows huge buildings, Mingle their tottered ruins, with the limbs And clotted blood of many thousand souls Shall as an antic in thy sight appear (970-7)
of white dust besprinkled
her lashes, and her eyes were beginning to
If sugar can besprinkled
and autumn can befall, can flowers begonias?