In six hours they reached Compiegne and alighted at the Peacock
As for the peacock, it alighted on the old dame's shoulder.
Instead of being exhausted, he gathered strength as he went on; and, struggling up against the torrent, he at last gained the opposite shore, clambered up the bank, and set down the old dame and her peacock safely on the grass.
A great peacock
strutted proudly across the walk before them, and, as Richard ran, childlike, after it, Lady Maud hastened on to the little postern gate which she quickly unlocked admitting her lover who had been waiting without.
From each man's girdle hung sword or axe, according to his humor, and over the right hip there jutted out the leathern quiver with its bristle of goose, pigeon, and peacock
Between the manual exertion and the mental anxiety attendant upon this task, he was not a little relieved when the coach stopped at the Peacock
Although I do not doubt that some domestic animals vary less than others, yet the rarity or absence of distinct breeds of the cat, the donkey, peacock
, goose, &c.
So spake the boots of the Peacock
Inn Islington, at half-past two o'clock on the morning of a day in the early part of November 183-, giving Tom at the same time a shake by the shoulder, and then putting down a candle; and carrying off his shoes to clean.
They have learned from the sea also its vanity: is not the sea the peacock
I see a man who has serious intentions, that's Levin: and I see a peacock
, like this feather-head, who's only amusing himself.
Pickwick and any one of his friends, if the other two gentlemen and their servant do not object to shifting, as they best can, at the Peacock
I was attending to my business, and couldn't have my eyes in twenty places at once, like a peacock
, no more than you could.
A row of peacocks
with spread tails ran along the top of it, and all the feathers were gorgeously painted.
A Jay venturing into a yard where Peacocks
used to walk, found there a number of feathers which had fallen from the Peacocks
when they were moulting.
As soon as they entered the town, Pinocchio noticed that all the streets were filled with hairless dogs, yawning from hunger; with sheared sheep, trembling with cold; with combless chickens, begging for a grain of wheat; with large butterflies, unable to use their wings because they had sold all their lovely colors; with tailless peacocks
, ashamed to show themselves; and with bedraggled pheasants, scuttling away hurriedly, grieving for their bright feathers of gold and silver, lost to them forever.