Hatfield, with his cane, administered a resounding thwack upon the animal's skull, and sent it yelping back to me with a clamorous
outcry that afforded the reverend gentleman great amusement: but seeing me so near, he thought, I suppose, he might as well be taking his departure; and, as I stooped to caress the dog, with ostentatious pity to show my disapproval of his severity, I heard him say: 'When shall I see you again, Miss Murray?
From Tattersall's came the roar of clamorous
Far away in the clouds, it seemed, they could hear a faint humming, some new sound, something mechanical in its regular beating, yet with clamorous
throatiness of some human force cleaving its way through the resistless air.
So it was, exercising faculties that were no longer necessary, but that were still alive in him and clamorous
for exercise, he followed the long-since passed wood-rat with all the soft-footed crouching craft of the meat-pursuer and with utmost fineness of reading the scent.
Make the most clamorous
It was the bold, clamorous
, self-assertive squall of the new human being, who had so incomprehensibly appeared.
I shall represent to him that we cannot possibly afford it--that I have always looked forward to his marrying well, for a genteel provision for myself in the autumn of life--that there are a great many clamorous
dogs to pay, whose claims are perfectly just and right, and who must be paid out of his wife's fortune.
Then, the noise again, more clamorous
and importunate than before.
As long as the world is viewed as economic interests and profit returns for the West instead of stability, integrity and a decent quality of life for all its peoples there will never be peace and an important and necessary ingredient to peace is the clamorous
voices of ordinary people the world over demanding justice and equality and drowning out the sabre-rattling of the men of power, whoever they maybe.
environment inevitably led to the #2 problem: commoditization of professional services - the assumption that people and their work are fungible; mutually interchangeable commodities rather than specialized, unique values.
Like the continually evolving nature of dresses, accessories are also entering a clamorous
phase where they can no longer be taken for granted but are now turning into something equally more realistic yet extremely contemporary to gel with the stupendous variability of outfits.
Smarter Balanced requires sixth-graders to understand the following words: paroxysm, clamorous
, furlong, queer throw back trait, beaten curs, absconders of justice, surmise.
Pro that she is, she rallied for the curtain call a few minutes later, and got a clamorous
Using the FCC to break another private institution to the state's saddle for the satisfaction of a clamorous
faction illustrates how the government's many tentacles give it many means of intimidating people who offend it.
In our clamorous
age, when "reticent" is ignorantly supposed, even by pukka, expensivelyeducated BBC correspondents, to mean "relucant", what hope is there for this, the most fastidiously reticent of poets?