They gave me no time to see that much," answered Sancho, "for hardly had I laid hand on my tizona when they signed the cross on my shoulders with their sticks in such style that they took the sight out of my eyes and the strength out of my feet, stretching me where I now lie, and where thinking of whether all those stake-strokes were an indignity
or not gives me no uneasiness, which the pain of the blows does, for they will remain as deeply impressed on my memory as on my shoulders.
And that other side of life, of which she had never before thought and which had formerly seemed to her so far away and improbable, was now nearer and more akin and more comprehensible than this side of life, where everything was either emptiness and desolation or suffering and indignity
The image of Rodney came before him with every circumstance of folly and indignity
At such times it had been Wendy's custom to take him out of bed and sit with him on her lap, soothing him in dear ways of her own invention, and when he grew calmer to put him back to bed before he quite woke up, so that he should not know of the indignity
to which she had subjected him.
They got the house very cheap on the understanding that they were to vacate it promptly if anyone bought it for building purposes, and because they paid so little they had to submit to the indignity
of the notice-board.
She might hate me, and revile me, and heap indignity
upon me, as she already had, until I should have hated her; but the pitiful fact remained that I loved her, and I couldn't leave her there alone.
They promised that Dian would be well treated and protected from every indignity
during my absence.
Amid renewed growling and another futile attempt to free himself, Numa was finally forced to submit to the further indignity
of having a rope secured about his neck; but this time it was no noose that might tighten and strangle him; but a bowline knot, which does not tighten or slip under strain.
Now that he was free from his wife's influence, and looked back upon his recent interview, he realized for the first time the folly and indignity
of the whole proceedings.
Find some spot where I shall escape the indignity
of being patronized and bossed by the superior sex.
that Villa Kennan chose to inflict upon him he was throbbingly glad to receive, such as doubling his ears inside out till they stuck, at the same time making him sit upright, with helpless forefeet paddling the air for equilibrium, while she blew roguishly in his face and nostrils.
Of late Bukawai had come to believe that they returned not so much from habit as from a fiendish patience which would submit to every indignity
and pain rather than forego the final vengeance, and Bukawai needed but little imagination to picture what that vengeance would be.
When the first torrent of tenderness was over, and when, in the calm and long interval between the fits, reason began to open the eyes of the lady, and she saw this alteration of behaviour in the captain, who at length answered all her arguments only with pish and pshaw, she was far from enduring the indignity
with a tame submission.
I made as good a fight of it against the indignity
of taking my ease as I could.
This man was Gashford, who, bruised by his late fall, and hurt in a much greater degree by the indignity
he had undergone, and the exposure of which he had been the victim, limped up and down, breathing curses and threats of vengeance.