The greater part of the time he scraped on two or three strings, accompanying every movement of the bow with a motion of the head; bowing
almost to the ground, and stamping with his foot whenever a fresh couple were to start.
By and by, a spell after supper, come a nigger and knocked on the door and put his head in with his old straw hat in his hand bowing
and scraping, and said his Marse Brace was out at the stile and wanted his brother, and was getting tired waiting supper for him, and would Marse Silas please tell him where he was?
Occasionally they left the heathen in his blindness bowing
down to wood and stone, not for long, but just to give themselves (and him) time enough to breathe, and then the Burches told strange, beautiful, marvelous things.
Her love made no answer; and after slightly bowing
to the ladies, began complaining of the weather.
The proprietor of Sea-view Cottage had hitherto confined himself to bowing
, simpering and admiring Magdalen through his half-closed eyelids.
As to bowing
down in body and spirit, nothing in that way was left for Heaven--which may have been one among other reasons why the worshippers of Monseigneur never troubled it.
Well, sir,' he said, bowing
and chuckling, and tucking in the ends of his neckerchief at his breast: 'I thankee, sir, I thankee
Solomon Macey, a small hale old man with an abundant crop of long white hair reaching nearly to his shoulders, advanced to the indicated spot, bowing
reverently while he fiddled, as much as to say that he respected the company, though he respected the key-note more.
For those the Race of ISRAEL oft forsook Their living strength, and unfrequented left His righteous Altar, bowing
lowly down To bestial Gods; for which their heads as low Bow'd down in Battel, sunk before the Spear Of despicable foes.