He hefted the bag, first in one palm, then in the other, and at last he wheeled his chair slowly around before the table, and in the rays of his small lamp let the glittering gems roll out upon the rough
At the sight of them the rough
took to his heels, and was instantly screened from view by a veil of his friends and neighbors.
He was marred and scarred by that mysterious world of rough
men and rougher deeds, the outposts of which began beyond her horizon.
, deep voice, which I should certainly never have supposed to be the voice of a woman, hailed us from the inner side of the paling.
cried one rough
looking fellow in a tattered jerkin.
The rest of the Wheelers had now reached the foot of the hill, but it was evident that their wheels would not roll upon the rough
and jagged rocks, and therefore they were helpless to follow Dorothy and the hen to where they had taken refuge.
Now bees, as may be clearly seen by examining the edge of a growing comb, do make a rough
, circumferential wall or rim all round the comb; and they gnaw into this from the opposite sides, always working circularly as they deepen each cell.
To this end I left the more frequented regions, the wooded valleys, the corn-fields, and the meadow-lands, and proceeded to mount the steep acclivity of Wildfell, the wildest and the loftiest eminence in our neighbourhood, where, as you ascend, the hedges, as well as the trees, become scanty and stunted, the former, at length, giving place to rough
stone fences, partly greened over with ivy and moss, the latter to larches and Scotch fir-trees, or isolated blackthorns.
Wide and far swung Tarzan of the Apes, until at last, as he reached the highest point of the arc the rope, which rapidly had frayed on the rough
bark of the tree limb, parted suddenly.
The water is very rough
and we're afraid he will be drowned.
And ye also, to whom life is rough
labour and disquiet, are ye not very tired of life?
They were a rough
lot indeed, as sailors mostly are: being men rooted out of all the kindly parts of life, and condemned to toss together on the rough
seas, with masters no less cruel.
They's been too much drink, an' you know what the Micks are for a rough
He's a rough
man, and thinks nothing of blood when his own is up.
Respect associations, Tommy, even if you do cut up rough