He was the one whose spear had so nearly transfixed me, and was evidently the leader of the band, as I had noted that they seemed to have moved to their present position at his direction.
Evidently he feared that were I to be really frightened again I might jump entirely out of the landscape.
Not in horror, however, for since my recently acquired knowledge of the Holy Therns I was prepared for anything in this still less accessible heaven, where all was evidently dictated by a single omnipotence; where ages of narrow fanaticism and self-worship had eradicated all the broader humanitarian instincts that the race might once have possessed.
Evidently he did not relish the thought that Issus had learned of his inglorious defeat.
Even Rogojin entered rather cautiously at the head of his troop; but he was evidently preoccupied.
He had not dreamed of meeting her here, evidently, for her appearance produced a marvellous effect upon him.
How evidently he belongs to the best society," said she to a third; and the vicomte was served up to the company in the choicest and most advantageous style, like a well-garnished joint of roast beef on a hot dish.
Pierre had managed to start a conversation with the abbe about the balance of power, and the latter, evidently interested by the young man's simple-minded eagerness, was explaining his pet theory.
Every man upon the craft had evidently
been well schooled in each detail of that night's work.
The horse was evidently exhausted, his hair had all curled up from sweat and was covered with hoar-frost, and he went at a walk.
And in fact they had not gone twenty-five yards beyond the ditch before something in front of them, evidently trees, showed up black, and they heard a new and melancholy sound.
It was Kitty Comet, the prettiest of all the pussies, and Comet evidently had a mission to perform, for a pink bow adorned her neck, and a bit of paper was pinned to it bearing the words, "For Miss Rose, from Frank.
The first scene discovered Mac in a despondent attitude and shabby dress, evidently much troubled in mind.
The man, though he was evidently
wounded by our bullets, was now twenty yards ahead of us.
Some of the young men, as Levin observed, belonged to the old party; and some of the very oldest noblemen, on the contrary, were whispering with Sviazhsky, and were evidently
ardent partisans of the new party.