in his wrath The grim recruiter stormed; and bitterly She answered: "Listen to the voice of her Who drags before you.
Felicite rolled her eyes, and said as loudly
as she could:
About eight o'clock, for some unknown cause, an alarm-bell rang loudly
the Chancellor said, more loudly
and clearly than he had spoken yet.
Mighty was the uproar as the two forces met; the sea came rolling in towards the ships and tents of the Achaeans, but waves do not thunder on the shore more loudly
when driven before the blast of Boreas, nor do the flames of a forest fire roar more fiercely when it is well alight upon the mountains, nor does the wind bellow with ruder music as it tears on through the tops of when it is blowing its hardest, than the terrible shout which the Trojans and Achaeans raised as they sprang upon one another.
As we approached it, Mehevi and several chiefs showed themselves from the piazza, and called upon us loudly
to come to them.
He complained loudly
of having his ship lumbered by a host of "Indian ragamuffins," who had not a skin to dispose of, and at length put his positive interdict upon all trafficking on board.
He spoke loudly
, and the sound of his own voice, though it was carried from him on the sweeping wind as fast as the words were spoken, seemed to exalt him still more.
Hour after hour passed away, and slowly Dorothy got over her fright; but she felt quite lonely, and the wind shrieked so loudly
all about her that she nearly became deaf.
The maid went and found her sitting in front of the barrel, screaming loudly
Nay," quoth Robin, laughing loudly
, "many do like me and wish me well, but few call me honest.
Passing by Kutuzov's carriage and the exhausted saddle horses of his suite, with their Cossacks who were talking loudly
together, Prince Andrew entered the passage.
softly the information that there was a noise he did not know; and Nalasu, with different sibilances, would hiss to him to stand still, to whuff more softly, or to keep silent, or to come to him noiselessly, or to go into the bush and investigate the source of the strange noise, or, barking loudly
, to rush and attack it.
The other Indians laughed loudly
, and urged the man on to pick up the cub.
Jimmie and his companion kept their eyes upon the bartender and conversed loudly
in tones of contempt.