at once shadowy and sensual, A tender loin of beef, a hind-quarter of veal, a spare-rib of pork, a particular chicken, or a remarkably praiseworthy turkey, which had perhaps adorned his board in the days of the elder Adams, would be remembered; while all the subsequent experience of our race, and all the events that brightened or darkened his individual career, had gone over him with as little permanent effect as the passing breeze
The cold evening breeze
, of which I have spoken, whistled through every chink of the rude building and sprinkled the floor with a continual rain of fine sand.
They had sailed for several days, when the breeze
suddenly fell, and there came a dead calm, at a time when they needed only one day's voyage to reach home.
It was an invigorating sea breeze
, charged with iodine.
A brisk breeze
arose about ten o'clock; but, though it might have been prudent to take in a reef, the pilot, after carefully examining the heavens, let the craft remain rigged as before.
The morning breeze
blew very pleasantly through the unglazed window, and that and the food contributed to the sense of animal comfort which I experienced.
A wind that rises in the daytime lasts long, but a night breeze
But I will give you a breeze
to help you on your way; it will never tire nor fail, but bear you easily over land and sea.
Before them went the priest, reading the burial service, while the leaves of his book were rustling in the breeze
The following day still saw them scattered within sight of each other and heading different ways; but when, at last, the breeze
came with the darkling ripple that ran very blue on a pale sea, they all went in the same direction together.
but the others declare It was only a breeze
that went by.
- the breath of God - is still - And the mist upon the hill Shadowy - shadowy - yet unbroken, Is a symbol and a token - How it hangs upon the trees, A mystery of mysteries
A few minutes after the hour had struck something moved slowly up the staff, and extended itself upon the breeze
was laden still with the pleasant odours of the land.
VISITORS are requested to MOVE SLOWLY and CAREFULLY, and to avoid COUGHING or making any BREEZE