During those three months that Vronsky had spent abroad with Anna, he had always on meeting new people asked himself how the new person would look at
his relations with Anna, and for the most part, in men, he had met with the "proper" way of looking at it.
As he sat at his platter and mug, Riderhood saw him, again and yet again, steal a look at
the neckerchief, as if he were correcting his slow observation and prompting his sluggish memory.
Well, grandpapa, I don't believe that this one is old; look at
his mane and tail.
I stopped, fearing I might say too much, or had already said it, and we took another look at
Her cheeks never grew a shade deeper when his name was mentioned; she felt no thrill when she saw him passing along the causeway by the window, or advancing towards her unexpectedly in the footpath across the meadow; she felt nothing, when his eyes rested on her, but the cold triumph of knowing that he loved her and would not care to look at
He made an effort to look at
the servant who stood constantly at the head of the bed.
The men differ from this view, and declare that I ought to have put back the volume in blue velvet unopened, carefully guarding myself from any after-temptation to look at
it again by locking the cupboard door.
If Jim doesn't kill me," she said to herself, "before he takes a second look at
me, he'll say I look like a Coney Island chorus girl.
From all these mute signs and tokens of her presence, he naturally glanced at Barbara herself, who sat as mute as they, shelling peas into a dish; and just when Kit was looking at her eyelashes and wondering--quite in the simplicity of his heart-- what colour her eyes might be, it perversely happened that Barbara raised her head a little to look at
him, when both pair of eyes were hastily withdrawn, and Kit leant over his plate, and Barbara over her pea-shells, each in extreme confusion at having been detected by the other.
Father Brown blinked even more painfully than before; then he stammered: "Really, my lord, I don't know unless it's because I don't look at
it so often.
her, bowed down under a humiliation which is unutterable in words.
To look at
them, frolicking in the wintry garden, you would have thought that the dark and pitiless storm had been sent for no other purpose but to provide a new plaything for Violet and Peony; and that they themselves had beer created, as the snow-birds were, to take delight only in the tempest, and in the white mantle which it spread over the earth.
You might think to look at
him that you could measure in some way the extent of his vileness; but it would be a vain hope.
Don't look at
me, don't speak to me, in that horrible manner
But as soon as Tom began to speak he turned to look at