Streaming files of wild ducks began to make their appearance high in the air; the bark of the squirrel might be heard from the groves of beech and hickory- nuts, and the pensive
whistle of the quail at intervals from the neighboring stubble field.
Dean raised the candle, and I discerned a soft-featured face, exceedingly resembling the young lady at the Heights, but more pensive
and amiable in expression.
These were among the echoes to which Lucie, sometimes pensive
, sometimes amused and laughing, listened in the echoing corner, until her little daughter was six years old.
Miss Mills was more than usually pensive
when Dora, going to find her, brought her back; - I apprehend, because there was a tendency in what had passed to awaken the slumbering echoes in the caverns of Memory.
here I sat Alone, but long I sat not, till my womb Pregnant by thee, and now excessive grown Prodigious motion felt and rueful throes.
Whenever he saw his niece pensive
or tearful he laughed at her and called her a grass widow.
The next day," Christine continued, with a sigh, "I went back to my dressing-room in a very pensive
frame of mind.
Then they came upon vast tracts extending to the horizon, with jungles inhabited by snakes and tigers, which fled at the noise of the train; succeeded by forests penetrated by the railway, and still haunted by elephants which, with pensive
eyes, gazed at the train as it passed.
de Treville being paid, the pensive
D'Artagnan took the longest way homeward.
He remained motionless and pensive
, his eyes fixed on the gloomy aperture that was open at his feet.
He turned away and went off to his post, whistling a tune then popular among the party called the "Fronde," whilst Mazarin returned, in a pensive
mood, toward the Palais Royal.
But the May Lord, he of the gilded staff, chancing to look into his Lady's eyes, was wonder struck at the almost pensive
glance that met his own.
In this manner, from a happy yet often pensive
child, he grew up to be a mild, quiet, unobtrusive boy, and sun-browned with labor in the fields, but with more intelligence brightening his aspect than is seen in many lads who have been taught at famous schools.
He is all things to all oceans; he is like a poet seated upon a throne - magnificent, simple, barbarous, pensive
, generous, impulsive, changeable, unfathomable - but when you understand him, always the same.
and alone, coming out of a little door opening into the wood, and walking on the beach in the setting sun, without even attracting the attention of the fishermen, who, on their return in the evening, drew, like the ancient mariners of the Archipelago, their barks up upon the sand of the shore.