So far as appearances went, and so far as the stage went, it was plain that he had linked
his interests and Magdalen's together.
Through gloomy vaults where the light of day had never shone, past hideous doors of dark dens and cages, down cavernous flights of steps, and again up steep rugged ascents of stone and brick, more like dry waterfalls than staircases, Defarge, the turnkey, and Jacques Three, linked
hand and arm, went with all the speed they could make.
Every one of them wore chains like Marley's Ghost; some few (they might be guilty governments) were linked
together; none were free.
Before us stands our house, so pretty and unchanged, so linked
in my mind with the young idea of what is gone, that all my sorrow has been nothing to the sorrow it calls forth.
Herbert got up, and linked
his arm in mine, and we slowly walked to and fro together, studying the carpet.
Minds that have been unhinged from their old faith and love, have perhaps sought this Lethean influence of exile, in which the past becomes dreamy because its symbols have all vanished, and the present too is dreamy because it is linked
with no memories.
who now beholds Cherube and Seraph rowling in the Flood With scatter'd Arms and Ensigns, till anon His swift pursuers from Heav'n Gates discern Th' advantage, and descending tread us down Thus drooping, or with linked
Thunderbolts Transfix us to the bottom of this Gulfe.
This upper robe concealed what at first view seemed rather inconsistent with its form, a shirt, namely, of linked
mail, with sleeves and gloves of the same, curiously plaited and interwoven, as flexible to the body as those which are now wrought in the stocking-loom, out of less obdurate materials.
Henrietta hung back, but her arm was linked
in Agatha's, and she was drawn along in spite of herself.
That the largest balls thus discharged, would not only destroy whole ranks of an army at once, but batter the strongest walls to the ground, sink down ships, with a thousand men in each, to the bottom of the sea, and when linked
together by a chain, would cut through masts and rigging, divide hundreds of bodies in the middle, and lay all waste before them.