Herbert," said I, after a short silence, in a hurried
way, "can you see me best by the light of the window, or the light of the fire?
Full of hope he hurried
across the bridge, and recognised at once the spot where the castle was to stand, for spades, hammers, axes, and every other building implement lay scattered on the ground ready for the workman's hand, but of gold, silver, and precious stones there was not a sign.
He had hurried
home, roused the women--their servant had left them two days before--packed some provisions, put his revolver under the seat--luckily for my brother--and told them to drive on to Edgware, with the idea of getting a train there.
On entering the small anteroom which was called a dressing-room, but which Arthur really used only to lounge and write in, he just cast his eyes on the writing-table, and saw that there were several letters and packets lying there; but he was in the uncomfortable dusty condition of a man who has had a long hurried
journey, and he must really refresh himself by attending to his toilette a little, before he read his letters.
He hastily opened the letter produced, and was much disturbed to read in Tess's handwriting the sentiments expressed in her last hurried
scrawl to him.
forward through the crowd as if intent upon reaching a distant home, bending forward in her handsome cloak, daintily lifting her skirts and picking for her well-shod feet the dryer spots upon the pavements.
I guess no, I think you are right about being thorough, for I used to understand a great deal better when papa taught me a few lessons than when Miss Power hurried
me through so many.
And once more offering a hurried
apology for so sudden a departure, he hurried
Kate into the vehicle, and bade the man drive with all speed into the city.
And as he walked with hurried
steps, his heart beat with an excited tic, tac, tic, tac, just as if it were a wall clock, and his busy brain kept thinking:
Major Griggs hurried
down to the corner, and up the avenue into Billy's place.
Hamel, with Gerald by his side, hurried
out into the hall.
Miss Polly did not usually make hurried
movements; she specially prided herself on her repose of manner.
The sun had set, and the streets were dim in the dusty twilight, when the figure so long unused to them hurried
on its way.
Thank you, no, I shan't want it; I expect I shall be out, in the course of an hour or so,' replied the other in a hurried
His brown face looked so savage, and his gaunt hands so threatening, that his visitors sprang to their feet and beat a hurried