In fact, he became so frightened that his master, fully
believing that he was concealing something, ordered him to tell at once what remained unseen, and where it was hidden away.
She was fully
dressed now in the walking costume of a well-to-do young lady in which she had arrived, with the sole addition that over her hat and black feathers a veil was drawn.
Lady Greystoke never recovered from the shock of the great ape's attack, and, though she lived for a year after her baby was born, she was never again outside the cabin, nor did she ever fully
realize that she was not in England.
In all my efforts to learn to read my mother shared fully
my ambition, and sympathized with me and aided me in every way that she could.
Natasha gave herself up so fully
and frankly to this new feeling that she did not try to hide the fact that she was no longer sad, but bright and cheerful.
Like every other great poet he somehow expressed the feelings of his day, and I suppose that at the time he wrote "Maud" he said more fully
what the whole English-speaking race were then dimly longing to utter than any English poet who has lived.
The splendor of this dress was almost barbaric; so Tip was fully
justified in staring at the gown for some moments before his eyes were attracted by the pretty face above it.
The thing was an enormous cave bear, rearing its colossal bulk fully
eight feet at the shoulder, while from the tip of its nose to the end of its stubby tail it was fully
twelve feet in length.
But when the first leaves peeped out of the earth Boxtel was fully
convinced; and his telescope left him no longer in any uncertainty before they had grown one inch in height.
There were fully
a dozen cane- knives--big hacking weapons with razor-edges, capable of decapitating a man at a stroke.
When each had fully
stated his case the Ape announced this sentence: "I do not think you, Wolf, ever lost what you claim; and I do believe you, Fox, to have stolen what you so stoutly deny.
It was some relief to me to discover this Note, and to be satisfied at the outset that the Story of the Trial was, in every particular, fully
and truly given.
And when they had fully
decked her, they brought her to the gods, who welcomed her when they saw her, giving her their hands.
A fair result can be obtained only by fully
stating and balancing the facts and arguments on both sides of each question; and this cannot possibly be here done.
Whether the insatiable curiosity of this good woman had carried her on to that business, or whether she did it to confirm herself in the good graces of Mrs Blifil, who, notwithstanding her outward behaviour to the foundling, frequently abused the infant in private, and her brother too, for his fondness to it, I will not determine; but she had now, as she conceived, fully
detected the father of the foundling.