Then Miss Polly, seeing the open door
and realizing that her words had been heard, gave a low little moan and--for the first time in her life--fainted dead away.
With the quick glance and fore-knowledge of a woman, Saxon saw, not merely the curious children clustering about, but the peering of adult faces from open doors
and windows, and past window-shades lifted up or held aside.
Lord John ran the motor to the curb, and in an instant we had rushed through the open door
of the house and up the staircase to the second-floor front room from which the signal proceeded.
AS I drew near the house I saw that the light shone from the open door
of my room; and then I heard coming from out of the darkness at the side of that orange oblong of light, the voice of Montgomery shouting, "Prendick
Of how I had stood by the open door
listening to his sweet breathing, had stood so long that I forgot his name and called him Timothy.
He came to the open door
, and with one leap he was out into the street.
Through the open door
was visible a portion of the boudoir, containing an upright piano and a blue satin couch.
The man had received the order at the open door
I turned and saw that Flora, whom, ten minutes before, I had established in the schoolroom with a sheet of white paper, a pencil, and a copy of nice "round o's," now presented herself to view at the open door
At an open door
on the inhabited side of the place sat a weather-beaten old man, busily at work on a half-finished model of a ship.
When the landlady brought in his breakfast he called to her through the open door
that he was not well, and asked for a cup of tea and a piece of toast.
Cocky, staring at the open door
, was in just the stage of determining whether or not he should more closely inspect that crack of exit to the wider world, which inspection, in turn, would determine whether or not he should venture out through the crack, when his eyes beheld the eyes of the second discoverer staring in.
Through the open door
he could catch glimpses of the luggage on the floor.
They wanted me to stay over, but through the open door
I could see the brave wind on the water, and my ears were filled with the roar of it.
She stood just where the warm yellow light flooded her from the open door