In still other places men were engaged in cutting up the carcasses that had been through the chilling
Tender roots were folded in withered leaves, that no chilling
drops might reach them; and safely dreamed the flowers, till summer winds should call them forth; while lighter grew each Fairy heart, as every gentle deed was tenderly performed.
He just pressed her hand, and said, with a look and tone that were almost chilling
to her, "I have been hindering you; I must not keep you any longer now.
I perceived my answer pleased him; he had doubtless expected to see a chilling
effect produced by his steady announcement that he would give me neither wine nor spirits; he just shot one searching glance at my face to ascertain whether my cordiality was genuine or a mere feint of politeness.
This I feared was but too probably the case; since how could it be otherwise accounted for that I should have escaped the same indisposition, but by supposing that the bodily Exertions I had undergone in my repeated fits of frenzy had so effectually circulated and warmed my Blood as to make me proof against the chilling
Damps of Night, whereas, Sophia lying totally inactive on the ground must have been exposed to all their severity.
The looks he cast, from time to time at Madame, became colder by degrees at the chilling
complexion of his thoughts.
But I was conscious of a growing difference in her manner towards me; sometimes strong enough to be called haughty coldness, cutting and chilling
me as the hail had done that came across the sunshine on our marriage morning; sometimes only perceptible in the dexterous avoidance of a tete-a-tete walk or dinner to which I had been looking forward.
The clouds closed and the smell went away, and there remained nothing in all the world except chilling
white mists and the boom of the Sutlej River.
There is something chilling
, and yet heart-warming, in the thought of these three, united by strong bands of love and insulated from all that breathe beside.
And this was the reason that, long ago, In this kingdom by the sea, A wind blew out of a cloud by night Chilling
my ANNABEL LEE; So that her high-born kinsmen came And bore her away from me, To shut her up, in a sepulchre In this kingdom by the sea.
What she had said to him had a discouraging, a somewhat chilling
effect; nevertheless it was not without a certain ardour that he inquired of her whether, so long as she stayed in Washington, he mightn't pay her certain respectful attentions.
A wind blew out of a cloud, chilling
My beautiful Annabel Lee;
It needed but this to complete the grim suggestiveness of the barren waste, the chilling
wind, and the darkling sky.
Horne Fisher realized that a chilling
premonition had already prevented him from expecting to find the man alive.
To-night the pressure of accumulated misgivings sent the scale drooping toward despair, and her indifference was the more chilling
after the flush of joy into which she had plunged him by dismissing Denis Eady.