Being of an eccentric and melancholy turn of mind, and greatly
given to rummaging old records and hearkening to old traditions, he had brought himself, it is averred, to the conclusion that Matthew Maule, the wizard, had been foully wronged out of his homestead, if not out of his life.
But the object that most drew my attention to the mysterious package was a certain affair of fine red cloth, much worn and faded, There were traces about it of gold embroidery, which, however, was greatly
frayed and defaced, so that none, or very little, of the glitter was left.
The injuries to Dak Kova had delayed the march so greatly
that it was decided to give up the expedition, which was a raid upon a small Thark community in retaliation for the destruction of the incubator, until after the great games, and the entire body of warriors, ten thousand in number, turned back toward Warhoon.
My natural sensibility had already been greatly
affected by the sufferings of the unfortunate stranger and no sooner did I first behold him, than I felt that on him the happiness or Misery of my future Life must depend.
I well remember that my first thought, upon beholding it, was that Retzch, had he viewed it, would have greatly
preferred it to his own pictural incarnations of the fiend.
The king was greatly
delighted to see all this glittering treasure; but still he had not enough: so he took the miller's daughter to a yet larger heap, and said, 'All this must be spun tonight; and if it is, you shall be my queen.
But since I was really greatly
fascinated with them, and read them with an evergrowing fascination, the only honest thing to do is to own my subjection to them.
A kindly thought, which I greatly
admire," said the Tin Woodman, nodding approvingly.
AN OWL, accustomed to feed at night and to sleep during the day, was greatly
disturbed by the noise of a Grasshopper and earnestly besought her to stop chirping.
At this evidence of Mongolian barbarity the White Christians were so greatly
incensed that they carried out their original design.
I cannot say that at the moment I was greatly
startled, or realized the gravity of the occurrence, though I thought it singular.
Would you greatly
mind, Katy, if I were called away to California for a few weeks?
They were greatly
disheartened by the failure of their girl Ruler, and the knowledge that she was now an ornament in the Nome King's palace--a dreadful, creepy place in spite of all its magnificence.
But they greatly
trembled and feared, and none, not even the richest of them, dared receive Phoebus, until queenly Leto set foot on Delos and uttered winged words and asked her:
From these considerations I think we need not greatly
marvel at the endemic and representative species, which inhabit the several islands of the Galapagos Archipelago, not having universally spread from island to island.