Beneath its purple pall
, the face painted on the canvas could grow bestial, sodden, and unclean.
We had reached Pall
Mall as we talked, and were walking down it from the St.
And so, instead of crying because she was the merest nobody, she must, forsooth, sail jauntily down Pall
Mall, very trim as to her tackle and ticketed with the insufferable air of an engaged woman.
From the Strand he crossed Trafalgar Square into Pall
Mall, and up the Haymarket into Piccadilly.
Mall the taxi in which she was seated gained considerably, but in the Park and along the Bird Cage Walk both the other taxies, risking the police regulations, drew almost alongside.
The two men who had walked up together arm in arm from Downing Street, stood for several moments in Pall
Mall before separating.
We must pall
the barge all its length in blackest samite.
He felt that this independent attitude of a man who might have done anything, but cared to do nothing was already beginning to pall
, that many people were beginning to fancy that he was not really capable of anything but being a straightforward, good-natured fellow.