Well, when I catched that glimpse
of that boot heel, the idea that went smashing through my head was, I know where he's hid the di'monds
She read it with tears in her eyes and then sent it to Adam Ladd, thinking he had earned a share in it, and that he deserved a glimpse
of the girl's budding imagination, as well as of her grateful young heart.
I was afraid to push my way in among all this machinery in the dark, and it was only with my last glimpse
of light I discovered that my store of matches had run low.
As he passes in, we have a parting glimpse
of his visage, and recognize the crafty smile, which was the precursor of the little joke that he has ever since been playing off at his wife's expense.
Charles heard the screams of Miss Emmerson, and caught a glimpse
of the dress of Julia as she sprang from the carriage.
In each such glimpse
, the face seemed to grow more childish and more innocent: and, when I had at last thought the veil entirely away, it was, unmistakeably, the sweet face of little Sylvie!
The next morning, in spite of our debility and the agony of hunger under which we were now suffering, though neither of us confessed to the fact, we struggled along our dismal and still difficult and dangerous path, cheered by the hope of soon catching a glimpse
of the valley before us, and towards evening the voice of a cataract which had for some time sounded like a low deep bass to the music of the smaller waterfalls, broke upon our ears in still louder tones, and assured us that we were approaching its vicinity.
Through the glass paneling I caught a glimpse
of a large and luxurious room, in which a considerable number of men were sitting about and reading papers, each in his own little nook.
Beaufort was kind enough to send his famous trotters for me this morning, so that I might have at least a glimpse
of one of Regina's garden-parties; but this evening I go back to rural life.
At first I could see nothing, but presently I caught a glimpse
of a bit of smooth and glossy green moving among the scarlet and purple and yellow of the vegetation.
We caught a glimpse
of the handsome tessellated pavements within and of the devotees performing their ablutions at the fountains, but even that we took that glimpse
was a thing not relished by the Moorish bystanders.
I was perhaps a little lonely, and it was with a touch of envy that I thought of the pleasant family life of which I had had a glimpse
Amid all this, I confess, I wondered, too, in secret, whether we should meet, or catch a glimpse
of somebody else; and as we passed his lodgings, I even went so far as to wonder whether he was at the window.
Since we had entered the canyon we had had no glimpse
of our pursuers, and I was commencing to hope that they had lost our trail and that we would reach the now rapidly nearing cliffs in time to scale them before we should be overtaken.
The last glimpse
that Abdul had of the grim, white-robed figures that trailed them, just before dusk made it impossible to distinguish them, had made it apparent that they were rapidly closing up the distance that intervened between them and their intended quarry.