for praise of her son, "I hope you have had an agreeable partner.
to pass through Captain Nemo's tunnel, I could not stay in one place, so came to breathe the fresh night air.
The theatre or the rooms, where he was most likely to be, were not fashionable enough for the Elliots, whose evening amusements were solely in the elegant stupidity of private parties, in which they were getting more and more engaged; and Anne, wearied of such a state of stagnation, sick of knowing nothing, and fancying herself stronger because her strength was not tried, was quite impatient
for the concert evening.
He was impatient
with himself because he had so petty a feeling, but three or four days' firmness, during which he would not go to the shop, did not help him to surmount it; and he came to the conclusion that it would be least trouble to see her.
This occasioned their observing that the house was still close shut, as the housekeeper had said she had left it on the previous night, and led to a great many suggestions: which terminated in two or three of the boldest getting round to the back, and so entering by a window, while the others remained outside, in impatient
He might not have done so even then, but for certain impatient tapping at the door he seemed to denote that some pretty hard knuckles were actively engaged upon the other side.
Coming slowly on through the forests of masts was a great steamship, beating the water in short impatient strokes with her heavy paddles as though she wanted room to breathe, and advancing in her huge bulk like a sea monster among the minnows of the Thames.
The season for the Line at length drew near; and every day when Ahab, coming from his cabin, cast his eyes aloft, the vigilant helmsman would ostentatiously handle his spokes, and the eager mariners quickly run to the braces, and would stand there with all their eyes centrally fixed on the nailed doubloon; impatient
for the order to point the ship's prow for the equator.
She was weary, not because of the past, but because the fairy theatre of life still kept its curtain down, and forced her to play over and over again the impatient
overture of her dreams.
Thuram said: "I must admit I'm impatient
to be back with Les Bleus.
Wall Street and impatient
shareholders have rewritten it for CEOs, however, to read: Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, enjoy your severance package.
It's no surprise that she is reckless, impatient
persons, who, in the present age of hurry, would deprive all clergymen of their preferments at a certain age, besides wasting a large sum in pensions, would have called upon the Apostle St.
for procreation, some male Heliconius butterflies attempt to claim a mate before she has even emerged from her cocoon.
Mack, is getting impatient
with the Coliseum delays.