The path, always travelled from daylight to dark, and which he had so recently seen glutted with humans, now in its emptiness
affected him profoundly with the impression of the endingness of all things in a perishing world.
Ladies and gentlemen," he addressed the sawdust emptiness
before him as if it were a packed audience, "this is Barney Barnato, the biggest joker of a mule ever born.
I made no sign, but out of the corner of my eye I saw that the Yellow Handkerchief had discovered the emptiness
of the pocket which had hitherto overawed him.
He fanned the air with his arms, showering savage blows upon emptiness
A great need of something to lean on, and a great weariness of independence and responsibility took possession of my soul; and looking round for support and comfort in that transitory mood, the emptiness
of the present and the blankness of the future sent me back to the past with all its ghosts.
I answered he knew that was at present out of my power, as I had informed him of the emptiness
of my pocket.
When I saw all the others so placid, and Paul mad with terror in case I said the wrong thing, I felt for a moment that the whole Wilcox family was a fraud, just a wall of newspapers and motor-cars and golf-clubs, and that if it fell I should find nothing behind it but panic and emptiness
In the first place, I cannot see you," I said, and I could hear his gleeful laugh from the midst of the emptiness.
heard the voice of Lloyd Inwood from out of the emptiness.
There was something curiously impressive in the size of the apartment and its emptiness
Well, I had come close to one of these turns, when, feeling forward as usual, my hand slipped upon an edge and found nothing but emptiness
Already one seemed conscious of a certain emptiness
as though the genius of the place had gone.
The circular sheet of water reflected a luminous sky, and the shores enclosing it made an opaque ring of earth floating in an emptiness
of transparent blue.
The walls were white, the carpet red, electric lights blazed in profusion, and the emptiness, the silence, the closed doors all alike and numbered, made me think of the perfect order of some severely luxurious model penitentiary on the solitary confinement principle.
and the emptiness of the quays, the desert aspect of the streets, had an air of hypocritical respectability and of inexpressible dreariness.