Love apart, Malicorne was happy; but this love, which he could not help feeling, he had the strength to conceal with care; persuaded that at the lest relaxing
of the ties by which he had bound his Protean female, the demon would overthrow him and laugh at him.
Mr Bennett gasped and doubled up, but without relaxing
his grip, rolled over again, and silently hauled Kim to his own tent.
cried Mother Rigby, relaxing
her grim countenance into a smile.
Edgar saw the relaxing
of the muscles of face and brow, and the almost collapse of the heavy eyelids which seemed tumbling downward in sleep.
A mournful peace hung on the fields, as though they felt the relaxing
grasp of the cold and stretched themselves in their long winter sleep.
Bagnet with the warmest enthusiasm, though without relaxing
the rigidity of a single muscle.
The shape and altitude of the lighted windows, the whisper of the laurels on either hand, the very feel of the gravel underfoot, were at once familiar to my senses as the sweet, relaxing
, immemorial air that one drank deeper at every breath.
said Pierre, his face relaxing
into a careless, merry smile.
The monotonous order of plunging and rising, roaring and relaxing
, was interfered with, and every one at table looked up and felt something loosen within them.
The society of such women was about as relaxing
as going from your work to teach the second form, instead of reclining in a paradise with sweet laughs for bird-notes, and blue eyes for a heaven.
In the short moment that had elapsed after he had recognized the girl and her companion and the relaxing
of the taut muscles that held the poisoned shaft directed at the Englishman's heart, Tarzan had been swayed by the swift and savage impulses of brute life.
Released by the relaxing
of the stunned black's hands, Jerry flung himself in a flash upon the exposed throat, and only Harley's hand on his neck and Harley's sharp command made him cease and stand clear.
But he answered respectfully enough, his features, by a shrewd effort, relaxing
into a seeming of his customary good-nature.
He dashed in suddenly, clutched two policemen in his arms, and hurled himself a prisoner to the pavement, his hold never relaxing
on his two captors.
When I remember the insidiously relaxing
effect of it on all my faculties, I feel inclined to alter the popular definition, and to call it a moral vapor-bath.