Meanwhile Telemachus was furious about the blow that had been given to his father, and though no tear fell from him, he shook his head in silence and brooded
on his revenge.
Fountains threw their bright waters to the roof, and flocks of silver-winged birds flew singing among the flowers, or brooded
lovingly above their nests.
Freely, left alone with his affectionate brother Jacob, brooded
over the possibility of luring him out of the town early the next morning, and getting him conveyed to Gilsbrook without further betrayals.
But in her long solitary hours she brooded
over her regretful thoughts about Dinah, till they had grown very near that point of unmanageable strength when thoughts are apt to take wing out of their secret nest in a startling manner.
A dense, permanent vapour brooded
over this locality--there lay Edward's "Concern.
And, for a few peaceful moments, the orator brooded
, frowningly, over the quotation.
Minerva and Juno groaned in spirit as they sat side by side and brooded
mischief for the Trojans.
He met a person of sickly sensibility, who, on some early disappointment, had retired from the world, and thereafter held no intercourse with his fellow-men, but brooded
sullenly or passionately over the irrevocable past.
The fear and restraint which brooded
amongst the denizens of the air began to affect all life.
The more tensely he brooded
over the salient points in the life-history of his wife's brother, Bertie Baxter, the deeper did the iron become embedded in his soul.