This was the usual dress of the women in summer; should the weather be inclement
, they added a vest of skins, similar to the robe.
On cloudy and inclement
days, therefore, he sat with his head upon his hands, muffling, as it were, his sensitive brain in a mist of indefinite musings, for it was a relief to escape from the sharp distinctness with which he was compelled to shape out his thoughts during his nightly toil.
We can understand his taking an evening stroll, but the ground was damp and the night inclement
Part of the remainder she was obliged to expend in winter clothing, leaving only a nominal sum for the whole inclement
season at hand.
He caused his bedstead to be moved out nearer to the window when he heard it was such inclement
weather, and his head to be so adjusted that he could see the driving snow and sleet.
A cold, caught at the inclement
season, turned to fever.
It seemed that the unhappy youths were nightly turned out into the wet streets at the most inclement
periods of the year, to wander about, in darkness and rain--or it might be hail or snow--for hours together, without shelter, food, or warmth; and let the public never forget upon the latter point, that while the muffins were provided with warm clothing and blankets, the boys were wholly unprovided for, and left to their own miserable resources.
She could not now absent herself under the plea of dark evenings or inclement
weather, and, greatly to my relief, she came.
Arnold, who is to come from Polesdean to give Laura away, her uncle being far too delicate to trust himself outside the door in such inclement
weather as we now have.
He crawled out as outcasts go to face an inclement
I saw it touch her handsome open face nestled in a fur collar and darken her clear eyes that shone upon me brilliantly grey in the murky light of a beclouded, inclement
But this was not her most inconvenient characteristic, for that took the form of an impression, usually recurring in inclement
weather and at about daybreak, that she had something on her mind and stood in immediate need of the Reverend Frank to come and take it off.
But, had it been the beginning of some great labour with the same end in view--had it been the commencement of a long journey, to be performed on foot in that inclement
season of the year, to be pursued under very privation and difficulty, and to be achieved only with great distress, fatigue, and suffering--had it been the dawn of some painful enterprise, certain to task his utmost powers of resolution and endurance, and to need his utmost fortitude, but only likely to end, if happily achieved, in good fortune and delight to Nell--Kit's cheerful zeal would have been as highly roused: Kit's ardour and impatience would have been, at least, the same.
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