A single pointed window, narrowly encased
in the thick wall, illuminated with a pale ray of January sun two grotesque figures,--the capricious demon of stone carved as a tail-piece in the keystone of the vaulted ceiling, and the judge seated at the end of the hall on the fleurs-de-lis.
But he went up a ladder against a gale of ventilation--a ladder that was encased
in a kind of gas-tight fire escape--and ran right athwart the great forward air-chamber to the little look-out gallery with a telephone, that gallery that bore the light pom-pom of German steel and its locker of shells.
The performance came to an end, the illusion dying out first here and then there, as some rose to put on their coats, others stood upright to salute "God Save the King," the musicians folded their music and encased
their instruments, and the lights sank one by one until the house was empty, silent, and full of great shadows.
There were many oil-paintings on the walls, mostly without frames, and I must mention the chandelier, which was obviously of fabulous worth, for she had encased
it in a holland bag.
Dainty sandals encased
her feet, while a wimple of violet silk bordered in gold fringe, lay becomingly over her head and shoulders.
In truth, to restrain his tears at such a crisis the poor wretch's heart must have been encased
in more of the aes triplex -- "the triple brass" -- than Horace bestows upon the sailor who first visited the terrifying Acroceraunian shoals.
Occasionally surges of sea water washed over her feet, which he could see were encased
in rubber sea-boots.
His legs, too, were encased
in coffin plates as though in armour; and over his left shoulder he wore a short dusky cloak, which seemed made of a remnant of some pall.
and he waits for the moment when we are encased
to make this deplorable admission
verdant mead'; a lock of hair becomes 'The long-contended honours of her head'; and a boot 'The shining leather that encased
His feet were encased
in a wretched pair of sabots, and a sort of wallet hung over his shoulder.
Contemplating his muscular limb encased
in a golf-stocking, and under the strong impression of the information he had just imparted I said wondering, rather irrationally:
In his right hand he grasped his hunting knife--a puny, futile thing indeed by comparison with the great rows of mighty teeth which lined Sheeta's powerful jaws, and the sharp talons encased
within his padded paws; yet the young Lord Greystoke faced it with the same courageous resignation with which some fearless ancestor went down to defeat and death on Senlac Hill by Hastings.
She was a pleasant-looking woman of about forty, with a deep voice, almost manly in its stentorian tones, and had a large sensible square body, with feet to match--these last encased
in good thick boots.
His tail was encased
in a blue silk covering, which was to protect it from the rain.