As soon as I was old enough to eat grass my mother used to go out to work in the daytime
, and come back in the evening.
Across it was a narrow foot-bridge; but now the autumn flood had washed the handrail away, leaving the bare plank only, which, lying a few inches above the speeding current, formed a giddy pathway for even steady heads; and Tess had noticed from the window of the house in the daytime young men walking across upon it as a feat in balancing.
His last half-hour with her would have been a loving one, while if they lived till he awoke his daytime aversion would return, and this hour would remain to be contemplated only as a transient dream.
If my reasoning powers had not been already sapped dry by my harassments, I would have known better than to try to set an umbrella on end on one of those glassy German floors in the dark; it can't be done in the daytime
without four failures to one success.
But of course it was daytime
when they were in the Gardens, and then Tony did most of the talking.
I don't sleep much at night, for it is so interesting to watch developments; but I sleep a good deal in the daytime
You sit at home,' said the cat, 'in your dark-grey fur coat and long tail, and are filled with fancies, that's because you do not go out in the daytime
Philip in the daytime
had been led by curiosity to pass through the little street near the old bridge, with its neat white houses and green shutters, in which according to Hayward the Fraulein Trude lived; but the women, with brutal faces and painted cheeks, who came out of their doors and cried out to him, filled him with fear; and he fled in horror from the rough hands that sought to detain him.
He often fell asleep unexpectedly in the daytime
, but at night, lying on his bed without undressing, he generally remained awake thinking.
In the daytime
it thawed in the sun, but at night there were even seven degrees of frost.
They won't hender us from digging there in the daytime
They can't resist following the children, but you seldom see them, partly because they live in the daytime
behind the railings, where you are not allowed to go, and also partly because they are so cunning.