The habit had been formed as he sat in his buggy behind the jaded
white horse and went slowly along country roads.
Early in the forenoon parties of jaded
men began to straggle into the village, but the strongest of the citizens continued searching.
The next morning poor, jaded
, famished Passepartout said to himself that he must get something to eat at all hazards, and the sooner he did so the better.
If I'd been jaded
that day, or hadn't liked your face, well--it's a curious question where you would have been now
For the most part these were staring before them, murmuring indistinct questions, jaded
, haggard, unclean.
The stronger men will be in front, the jaded
ones will fall behind, and on this plan only one-tenth of your army will reach its destination.
Into the youth's eyes there came a look that one can see in the orbs of a jaded
So, whenever I am feeling heartsick and oppressed and jaded
and sad those memories return to freshen and revive me, even as drops of evening dew return to freshen and revive, after a sultry day, the poor faded flower which has long been drooping in the noontide heat.
They found the prairies saturated with the heavy cold rains, prevalent in certain seasons of the year in this part of the country, the wagon wheels sank deep in the mire, the horses were often to the fetlock, and both steed and rider were completely jaded
by the evening of the 12th, when they reached the Kansas River; a fine stream about three hundred yards wide, entering the Missouri from the south.
They came slowly lagging into camp, with weary looks, and horses jaded
But his exertions on this particular day had been of an unwonted sort, and he had performed great physical feats which left him less jaded
than his tranquil stroll through the Louvre.