Then he passed in, among the cavernous
shadows of the great structure, and emerged upon the clear and silent arena.
Where portions of the meadow had sunk, and where other portions had been broken up like an ice-floe, the cavernous
openings of the one, and the ragged upturned edges exposed by the other, were hung with a lace-work of soft-tinted crystals of sulphur that changed their deformities into quaint shapes and figures that were full of grace and beauty.
A rare genius who in a time of revolution would have made a brilliant appearance on the surface of events, but who in the fifteenth century was reduced to cavernous
intrigues, and to "living in mines," as the Duc de Saint-Simon expresses it.
Katharine was unconsciously affected, each time she entered her mother's room, by all these influences, which had had their birth years ago, when she was a child, and had something sweet and solemn about them, and connected themselves with early memories of the cavernous
glooms and sonorous echoes of the Abbey where her grandfather lay buried.
He was rather blown about by the wind, and his cheeks looked terribly pale, unshorn, and cavernous
Presently there emerged from the cavernous
depths of the lair a monstrous creature, scarred from a hundred battles, almost hairless and with an empty socket where one eye had been.
A deep sigh from the cavernous
lungs dispelled the illusion.
Steadily those yellow-green eyes bored into the clear eyes of the ape-man, and then the sensitive nostrils caught the scent of the fresh blood of Bara and the eyes moved to the carcass lying across the brown shoulder, and there came from the cavernous
depths of the savage throat a low whine.
The old woman pushed open the great doors upon their creaking hinges and lit up dimly the mighty, cavernous
interior with the puny rays of their feeble torch.
Then the chant began once more, and presently from a dark passageway beyond the altar another female emerged from the cavernous
depths beneath the chamber.
Something morbid and significant attached to that sunburn, was Martin's thought as he returned to a study of the face, narrow, with high cheek-bones and cavernous
hollows, and graced with as delicate and fine an aquiline nose as Martin had ever seen.
It had been swallowed up in China's cavernous
maw, that was all.
And every time the hand descended, the ears flattened down and a cavernous
growl surged in his throat.
In the cavernous
eyes of this unfortunate person rigid obstinacy and rigid goodness looked out together, with equal severity, on all her fellow-creatures alike.
From the cavernous
jaws issued a hissing sound of a volume equal to the escaping steam from the safety-valves of half a dozen locomotives, and then the creature came for the man.