As new wak't from soundest sleep Soft on the flourie herb I found me laid In Balmie Sweat, which with his Beames the Sun Soon dri'd, and on the reaking moisture
Thus Cedric, who dried his hands with a towel, instead of suffering the moisture
to exhale by waving them gracefully in the air, incurred more ridicule than his companion Athelstane, when he swallowed to his own single share the whole of a large pasty composed of the most exquisite foreign delicacies, and termed at that time a Karum-Pie.
There were rain and sleet and snow and every sort of moisture
, lying in wait to abduct it.
It cannot be, senor, but that this grass is a proof that there must be hard by some spring or brook to give it moisture
, so it would be well to move a little farther on, that we may find some place where we may quench this terrible thirst that plagues us, which beyond a doubt is more distressing than hunger.
It came, as I later discovered, not from an animal, as there is only one mammal on Mars and that one very rare indeed, but from a large plant which grows practically without water, but seems to distill its plentiful supply of milk from the products of the soil, the moisture
of the air, and the rays of the sun.
But for all the hurry of his coming, these were not the dews of exertion that he wiped away, but the moisture
of some strangling anguish; for his face was white and his voice, when he spoke, harsh and broken.
There was a deliberate voluptuousness which was both thrilling and repulsive, and as she arched her neck she actually licked her lips like an animal, till I could see in the moonlight the moisture
shining on the scarlet lips and on the red tongue as it lapped the white sharp teeth.
It hung together in banks, flowing slug- gishly down the slope of the land and driving reluctantly before the wind, and very slowly it combined with the mist and moisture
of the air, and sank to the earth in the form of dust.
Clouds overlaid the sky as with a shroud of mist, and everything looked sad, rainy, and threatening under a fine drizzle which was beating against the window-panes, and streaking their dull, dark surfaces with runlets of cold, dirty moisture
Porthos was perfectly indifferent; Athos, pale, but resolute; Aramis was wiping a slight moisture
from his brow.
At first, it lay lightly on the surface of the fluid, appearing to imbibe none of its moisture
But as the rain came down in a flood, the little fellow was hopelessly a prisoner, and now stood with sullen aspect at a window, wondering whether the sun itself were not extinguished by so much moisture
in the sky.
As he dashed the cold water over his head and face, he felt completely himself again, and with his black eyes as keen as ever and his thick black hair all glistening with the fresh moisture
, he went into the workshop to look out the wood for his father's coffin, intending that he and Seth should carry it with them to Jonathan Burge's and have the coffin made by one of the workmen there, so that his mother might not see and hear the sad task going forward at home.
It continued fair so long as daylight lasted, though the moisture
of many preceding damp days had sodden the whole country; as it grew dark, however, the rain recommenced, and it was through streaming and starless darkness my eye caught the first gleam of the lights of Brussels.
I rolled up the sleeve of my frock, and squeezed the moisture
it contained into my parched mouth.