of the morning made me desire an equal freshness
Upon the ground story, a fair gallery, open, upon pillars; and upon the third story likewise, an open gallery, upon pillars, to take the prospect and freshness
of the garden.
Bring them up among honest country folks for freshness
, send them to Italy for subtlety, and then--not till then--let them come to London.
Cutting, I am trying to think of a subject the discussion of which will come upon the world in the nature of a startler--some subject upon which no previous human being has ever said a word--some subject that will attract by its novelty, invigorate by its surprising freshness
I have tried to bring young Rattray before you with some hint of his freshness
and his boyish charm; and though the sense of failure is heavy upon me there, I who knew the man knew also that I must fail to do him justice.
My thoughts wandered, and I thought of the sunny beaches of Brittany and the freshness
of the sea.
She seemed to carry with her scents of the new-mown hay, and the savour of ripe hops, and the freshness
of young grass.
Fouquet placed himself before this portrait, which seemed to live, as one might say, in the cool freshness
of its flesh, and in its warmth of color.
He brought with him into our rearguard all the freshness
of atmosphere of the French army, which was so alien to us.
It was delightful to me at all times and seasons, but especially in the wild commotion of a rough sea-breeze, and in the brilliant freshness
of a summer morning.
of the rain-wind blew against her white face as she went out into the yard, and cooled her dry, burning eyes.
If, while our bodies grow old and withered, our hearts could but retain their early youth and freshness
, of what avail would be our sorrows and sufferings
It was the portrait of a gentleman in the full prime of youthful manhood - handsome enough, and not badly executed; but if done by the same hand as the others, it was evidently some years before; for there was far more careful minuteness of detail, and less of that freshness
of colouring and freedom of handling that delighted and surprised me in them.
Indeed he was a charming figure; and if a very fine person, and a most comely set of features, adorned with youth, health, strength, freshness
, spirit, and good-nature, can make a man resemble an angel, he certainly had that resemblance.
He bent his head towards his shoulder and tried to look pitiful and humble, but for all that he was radiant with freshness