His heart is seared and contracted by this struggle, the current of life sets toward the brain, and the callousness of the Parisian is the result--the condition of things in which schemes for power and wealth are concealed by the most charming frivolity, and lurk
beneath the sentimental transports that take the place of enthusiasm.
A man may destroy everything within himself, love and hate and belief, and even doubt; but as long as he clings to life he cannot destroy fear: the fear, subtle, indestructible, and terrible, that pervades his being; that tinges his thoughts; that lurks
in his heart; that watches on his lips the struggle of his last breath.
You would not imagine how many adventures, how many tragedies, lie buried away out of sight in that Dolorous City; how much horror and beauty lurks
This Toby has been stolen in youth from another gentleman, and fraudulently sold to the confiding hero, who having no guile himself has no suspicion that it lurks
in others; but Toby, entertaining a grateful recollection of his old master, and scorning to attach himself to any new patrons, not only refuses to smoke a pipe at the bidding of Punch, but to mark his old fidelity more strongly, seizes him by the nose and wrings the same with violence, at which instance of canine attachment the spectators are deeply affected.
At times, indeed, Umslopogaas would lurk
in the reeds by the river looking at the kraal of Jikiza the Unconquered, and would watch the gates of his kraal, and once as he lurked
he saw a man great, broad and hairy, who bore upon his shoulder a shining axe, hafted with the horn of a rhinoceros.
This relation was confirmed by the Moorish officer who came with us, who, as he said, had lost a servant in that manner: the man certainly fell into the hands of the Galles, who lurk
in those dark retreats, cut the throats of the merchants, and carry off their effects.
Moving slowly through the trees he kept his eyes over his shoulder, though he no longer neglected the possibilities of other dangers which might lurk
on either hand or ahead--his experience with the lioness did not need a repetition to insure the permanency of the lesson it had taught.
With us it would be as with them, to lurk
and watch, to run and hide; the fear and empire of man had passed away.
Contrary to my expectation this gave me no relief; the light seemed rather an added danger, for I reflected that it would shine out under the door, disclosing my presence to whatever evil thing might lurk outside.
We still dwell in the Valley of the Shadow, lurk in its desolate places, peering from brambles and thickets at its mad, malign inhabitants.
Shall I lurk
about this country like a thief, with such intentions?
CHILLING What lurks
in our dreams 3 Documentary shot like a horror film
The light from this Hot DOG, which lurks
in the constellation Aquarius, took 12.
We return to the spooky Eel Marsh House as a group of evacuees and their teachers arrive to escape the Blitz, where a fate worse than the Luftwaffe's bombs lurks
MENACING Horror lurks
in every corner of The Evil Within