The gale through the moaning trees Fitfully
One day, in the midst of these dismal times, a wild figure approached the portal of the Province House, and folding his arms, stood contemplating the scarlet banner which a passing breeze shook fitfully
, as if to fling abroad the contagion that it typified.
Adam remembered well the night of shame and anguish when he first saw his father quite wild and foolish, shouting a song out fitfully
among his drunken companions at the "Waggon Overthrown.
But she had begun to suspect, by some involuntary betrayal of mine, that there was an abnormal power of penetration in me--that fitfully
, at least, I was strangely cognizant of her thoughts and intentions, and she began to be haunted by a terror of me, which alternated every now and then with defiance.
The mass of foliage that had overgrown the summit of the rock was all on fire, blazing high into the night and fitfully
illuminating the whole field.
The wanton airs, from the tree-top, Laughingly through the lattice drop -- The bodiless airs, a wizard rout, Flit through thy chamber in and out, And wave the curtain canopy So fitfully
-- so fearfully -- Above the closed and fringed lid
On the third day out we were aware of a singular deep throbbing in the air, rhythmic and solemn, coming and going fitfully
throughout the morning.
The moonlight had broadened and brightened, the wind had driven off the clouds and itself died fitfully
away, when he came round again to the artificial lake in front of the house.
Oh, 'tis only--about my own self," she said, with a frail laugh of sadness, fitfully
beginning to peel "a lady" meanwhile.
He looks to it, flushed and fitfully
, to do something with his interests and bring them to some settlement.
Friends might have told her things, but she had few of her own age,-- Richmond being an awkward place to reach,--and, as it happened, the only girl she knew well was a religious zealot, who in the fervour of intimacy talked about God, and the best ways of taking up one's cross, a topic only fitfully
interesting to one whose mind reached other stages at other times.
For years after Lydgate remembered the impression produced in him by this involuntary appeal--this cry from soul to soul, without other consciousness than their moving with kindred natures in the same embroiled medium, the same troublous fitfully
The wind, which had been blowing fitfully
from the east, suddenly veered around into the south, and presently we felt a sudden chill.
Cunningham, the woman whom her hostess had referred to as being her particular friend, and one who shared her passion for entertaining, chatted fitfully
to her neighbour, Major Thomson.
These are a god-sent kind, and a great blessing to men; but the others blow fitfully
upon the seas.