But he was too simple to go mad, too simple with that manly
simplicity which alone can bear men unscathed in mind and body through an encounter with the deadly playfulness of the sea or with its less abominable fury.
Fading, with the Night, the memory of a dead love, and the withered leaves of a blighted hope, and the sickly repinings and moody regrets thatnumb the best energies of the soul: and rising, broadening, rolling upward like a living flood, the manly
resolve, and the dauntless will, and the heavenward gaze of faith--the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen!
When the Judge made his reappearance in the circles of his family, his cheerfulness was tempered by a shade of melancholy that lingered for many days around his manly
brow; but the magical progression of the season aroused him from his temporary apathy, and his smiles returned with the summer.
And the owner of the manly
voice, evidently an infantry officer, laughed.
He was a thick-set, strongly-built man, but he had found some means of compressing his waist into a remarkably small compass; and that, together with the unnatural stillness of his form, showed that the lofty-minded, manly
They were both nice, manly
fellows, but Anne would not be drawn into any opinion as to which was the nicer.
Even in the first horror of discovering his situation, her influence remained unshaken--the animating spirit of the one manly
capacity for resistance which raised him above the reach of his own fears.
The rough-and-ready travelling suit, stout boots, brown face, and manly
beard, changed him so much, that Polly could find scarcely a trace of elegant Tom Shaw in the hearty-looking young man who stood with one foot on a chair, while he talked business to his father in a sensible way, which delighted the old gentleman.
She (for the newcomer showed such evidences of sex as cropped hair and a manly
stride) took a seat in their midst, and smiling a superior smile explained:
For the King was of his person and stature a man right manly
This is my first manly
prudence, that I allow myself to be deceived, so as not to be on my guard against deceivers.
With that I brought him in and set him down to my own place, where he fell-to greedily on the remains of breakfast, winking to me between whiles, and making many faces, which I think the poor soul considered manly
She vividly recalled his manly
, resolute face, his noble self-possession, and the good nature conspicuous in everything towards everyone.
If we had been engaged in any exercise peculiar to my own nation I should, of course, have looked after Pesca carefully; but as foreigners are generally quite as well able to take care of themselves in the water as Englishmen, it never occurred to me that the art of swimming might merely add one more to the list of manly
exercises which the Professor believed that he could learn impromptu.
A busy and a troublesome arm it often proves to be here, in this land of America; where, as they say, man is left greatly to the following of his own wishes, compared to other countries; and happier, ay, and more manly
and more honest, too, is he for the privilege