Oolanga was dimly conscious that he was being flouted; but his anger was no less keen
because of the measure of his ignorance.
He was a very tall, thin man, with a long nose like a beak, which jutted out between two keen
, gray eyes, set closely together and sparkling brightly from behind a pair of gold-rimmed glasses.
Moreover, his father, who was a man of thorough instruction, omitted no opportunity to consolidate this keen
intelligence by serious studies in hydrography, physics, and mechanics, along with a slight tincture of botany, medicine, and astronomy.
He seemed to see the fat Kentish fields with their stately elms; and his nostrils dilated with the scent of the air; it is laden with the salt of the North Sea, and that makes it keen
I know from reliable sources that the Dowager Empress is taking a keen
interest in the whole affair.
He poised with bent knees upon the gently swaying limb above the trail, timing with keen
ears the nearing hoof beats of frightened Bara.
His position gave him a bird's-eye view of the field of battle, and his keen
eyesight picked out many details that would not have been apparent to a man whose every sense was not trained to the highest point of perfection as were the ape-man's.
Sometimes the beasts separated to follow their own inclinations for an hour or a day, and it was upon one of these occasions when the ape-man had wandered through the tree-tops toward the beach, and was stretched in the hot sun upon the sand, that from the low summit of a near-by promontory a pair of keen
eyes discovered him.
Its roar and clamour, the strife of tongues and keen
measuring of wits had been the salt of his life.
Binu Charley took the lead as they pushed on, and trap after trap yielded its secret lurking-place to his keen
He waited three months before daring the extravagance of a Yankee screw-driver, and his glee in the marvelous little mechanism was so keen
that Dede conceived forthright a great idea.
Jerry's ears were keen
, but Nalasu's, from long use, were almost as keen
Alexander, annoyed by Mainhall's sighs and exclamations, watched her with keen
, half-skeptical interest.
I insisted on travelling or loafing with the livest, keenest men, and it was just these live, keen
ones that did most of the drinking.
Restrain also the keen
fury of my heart which provokes me to tread the ways of blood-curdling strife.