They clutched at me more boldly
, whispering odd sounds to each other.
Hastily we put on the chain shirts that the king had sent us, and taking our rifles and ammunition with us, so as to have them handy in case we had to fly, as suggested by Infadoos, we started boldly
enough, though with inward fear and trembling.
He was a little old Frenchman, with soft kind eyes and a pleasant smile, half trader and half seaman, who owned a cutter in which he wandered boldly
among the Paumotus and the Marquesas, taking out trade goods and bringing back copra, shell, and pearls.
Natasha again cried boldly
, with saucy gaiety, confident that her prank would be taken in good part.
To find clothing seemed no easy task; but Tip boldly
ransacked the great chest in which Mombi kept all her keepsakes and treasures, and at the very bottom he discovered some purple trousers, a red shirt and a pink vest which was dotted with white spots.
Where it could have walked boldly
to the very sides of the sentries, it chose rather to sneak upon them, unseen, from the rear.
The next time you touch a Nettle, grasp it boldly
, and it will be soft as silk to your hand, and not in the least hurt you.
As the first part of "An Old-Fashioned Girl" was written in 1869, the demand for a sequel, in beseeching little letters that made refusal impossible, rendered it necessary to carry my heroine boldly
forward some six or seven years into the future.
And in the time of which we have been reading, in the England where Edward III and Richard II ruled, where Langland sadly dreamed and Wyclif boldly
wrote and preached, there lived a man who has left for us a clear and truthful picture of those times.
Instantly an opening appeared, through which Ozma, after a smiling farewell to her friends, boldly
The Councillor boldly
declared the time of King Hans to be the noblest and the most happy period.
Will you never learn,' he continued more boldly
, 'that you have nothing to fear from me?
A treacherous friend is the most dangerous enemy; and I will say boldly
, that both religion and virtue have received more real discredit from hypocrites than the wittiest profligates or infidels could ever cast upon them: nay, farther, as these two, in their purity, are rightly called the bands of civil society, and are indeed the greatest of blessings; so when poisoned and corrupted with fraud, pretence, and affectation, they have become the worst of civil curses, and have enabled men to perpetrate the most cruel mischiefs to their own species.
The angry flush had not disappeared, however; and when he was pulled out of his prison, he scowled boldly
on Noah, and looked quite undismayed.
In a word, they accepted the offer; and having baked bread enough to serve them a month given them, and as much goats' flesh as they could eat while it was sweet, with a great basket of dried grapes, a pot of fresh water, and a young kid alive, they boldly
set out in the canoe for a voyage over the sea, where it was at least forty miles broad.