The book passes indeed, successively, through distinct, broadly
conceived phases of scenery, which, becoming veritable parts of its texture, take hold on the reader, as if in an actual sojourn in the places described.
It was the same question that he had whispered to Kerchak, and in the language of the apes it means, broadly
, "Do you surrender?
O-Tar smiled more broadly
than before and U-Dor smiled, too, and the chiefs and warriors who looked on nudged one another and whispered, laughing.
Number Ten was grinning broadly
, while Number Three advanced cautiously toward one of the creatures, making a low guttural noise, that could only be interpreted as peaceful and conciliatory--more like a feline purr it was than anything else.
He had managed to coax old Brus, the gardener, into letting him have the key to the little postern gate on the plea that he wished to indulge in a midnight escapade, hinting broadly
of a fair lady who was to be the partner of his adventure, and, what was more to the point with Brus, at the same time slipping a couple of golden zecchins into the gardener's palm.
Trent knew that, although broadly
speaking he was innocent of any desire to harm or desert Monty, no power on earth would ever convince Francis of that.
Thus God hath written Himself and His laws very broadly
on all that is around us, if our poor dull eyes and duller souls could but read what He hath set before us.
There are, broadly
speaking, two types of drinkers.
Their attitude toward him was so broadly
tolerant and kindly that it was really patronizing.
Here is a world," said the old gentleman, getting the sun a little more broadly
on his back, "which a merciful Creator has filled with lovely sights, harmonious sounds, delicious scents; and here are creatures with faculties expressly made for enjoyment of those sights, sounds, and scents--to say nothing of Love, Dinner, and Sleep, all thrown into the bargain.
This principle has been broadly
confessed by some naturalists to be the true one; and by none more clearly than by that excellent botanist, Aug.
considered, deals primarily with the question which is common to most of these books and in which both ancient Greece and Europe of the Renaissance took a special interest, namely the question of the relation of the State and the individual.
The man actually hinted broadly
that such was his belief and in face of Fyne's guarded replies gave him to understand that he was not the dupe of such reticences.
The moon had spread over everything a thin layer of silver--over the rank grass, over the mud, upon the wall of matted vegetation standing higher than the wall of a temple, over the great river I could see through a somber gap glittering, glittering, as it flowed broadly
by without a murmur.
I returned with the articles in time to hear the Cockney hinting broadly
that there was a mystery about him, that he might be a gentleman's son gone wrong or something or other; also, that he was a remittance man and was paid to keep away from England--"p'yed