But in all other respects they were perfectly harmless
and played together like children or gazed with pleasure upon the pretty sights of the royal gardens.
The pirates were skimming rapidly across the smooth waters of the harbor, answering Sing's harmless
shots with yells of derision and wild, savage war cries.
I do not doubt it, sir," Sir Meyville replied, "but it is the harmless
people of the world who do the most mischief.
For it is the nature of tigers to be cruel and ferocious, and in refusing to eat harmless
living creatures I am acting as no good tiger has ever before acted.
At that time the winds are steady, and the sea is harmless.
810-813) The ninth of the mid-month improves towards evening; but the first ninth of all is quite harmless for men.
There was one grey-haired, quiet, harmless
gentleman, who, winter and summer, lived in a little cottage hard by Nicholas's house, and, when he was not there, assumed the superintendence of affairs.
Let me ask you now:--How would you arrange goods--are there not some which we welcome for their own sakes, and independently of their consequences, as, for example, harmless
pleasures and enjoyments, which delight us at the time, although nothing follows from them?
Are you one of those who believe that I am either in the pay of a foreign country, or that my harmless
efforts to interest myself in great things are efforts inimical to this country; that I am, in short, a traitor?
While Becky Sharp was on her own wing in the country, hopping on all sorts of twigs, and amid a multiplicity of traps, and pecking up her food quite harmless
and successful, Amelia lay snug in her home of Russell Square; if she went into the world, it was under the guidance of the elders; nor did it seem that any evil could befall her or that opulent cheery comfortable home in which she was affectionately sheltered.
Our lives will not be happy, but they will be harmless
and free from the misery I now feel.
Now there is one more question - quite a harmless
Up to that time, he had simply supposed himself (in giving you the laudanum) to be helping to make you the victim of a harmless
Remarkable anywhere, by his personal appearance, he was still further distinguished among the rank and file of mankind by the harmless
eccentricity of his character.
Nathaniel Pipkin was a harmless
, inoffensive, good-natured being, with a turned-up nose, and rather turned-in legs, a cast in his eye, and a halt in his gait; and he divided his time between the church and his school, verily believing that there existed not, on the face of the earth, so clever a man as the curate, so imposing an apartment as the vestry-room, or so well-ordered a seminary as his own.