I have seen men taller by a head, but none so comely
and so royal.
I don’t gainsay her being comely
to look on, but I will maintain that she’s likely to show poor conduct.
It is a strange thing, to note the excess of this passion, and how it braves the nature, and value of things, by this; that the speaking in a perpetual hyperbole, is comely
in nothing but in love.
Well, I hope my young friend will like such a comely
sample of his own blood.
, fresh-looking old man was conducting the service with that mild solemnity which has so elevating and soothing an effect on the souls of the worshipers.
These women were much more comely
, or rather less hideous than those of Tsa's people; one of them, even, was almost pretty, being less hairy and having a rather nice skin, with high coloring.
I will spare the woman and take her with me to the Kro-lu, for she is comely
Polly scoffed at this sort of thing sometimes, but to-night she accepted it without a murmur rather enjoyed it in fact, let her bracelets shine before the eyes of all men, and felt that it was good to seem comely
in their sight.
And with her went Eros, and comely
Desire followed her at her birth at the first and as she went into the assembly of the gods.
This Jenny Jones was no very comely
girl, either in her face or person; but nature had somewhat compensated the want of beauty with what is generally more esteemed by those ladies whose judgment is arrived at years of perfect maturity, for she had given her a very uncommon share of understanding.
One afternoon McGowan drifted in in his silent, easy way, and sat, comely
, smooth-faced, hard, indomitable, good-natured, upon a stool.
Parmenitch, a talkative, comely
old man, gave Levin a very warm welcome, showed him all he was doing, told him everything about his bees and the swarms of that year; but gave vague and unwilling answers to Levin's inquiries about the mowing.
With a pleasant air of patronage, the Dean as nearly cocks his quaint hat as a Dean in good spirits may, and directs his comely
gaiters towards the ruddy dining-room of the snug old red-brick house where he is at present, 'in residence' with Mrs.
And from that she passed at once to her questions about Lady Glyde, wanting to know if she was a handsome, amiable lady, comely
and healthy and young Ah, dear
The Teton says through me, who am no more than a mouthpiece, and therein not answerable for the sin of his words, but he says, as this good woman is getting past the comely
age, it is reasonable for you to tire of such a wife.