She was gone; there was a long yellow slit
in the masonry once more; her light burnt faint and far within.
They shot down the slit
, plebeians all, but it followed pompously like royalty.
The filed teeth, the slit
nose, the little face painted hideously.
It had been slit
from top to bottom along the centre seam, and it pulsed rhythmically, the slit
opening and closing regularly with every leap of the wearer.
But Delcarte's search was not without results, for above Snider's heart was a wound, a slit
about an inch in length--such a slit
as a sharp knife would make, and in the dead fingers of one hand was clutched a strand of long brown hair--Victory's hair was brown.
The other had increased much in size; and towards its posterior end, a clear space was formed in the parenchymatous mass, in which a rudimentary cup-shaped mouth could clearly be distinguished; on the under surface, however, no corresponding slit
was yet open.
Her under lip was slit
that it might support a rude pendant of copper which she had worn for so many years that the lip had been dragged downward to prodigious lengths, exposing the teeth and gums of her lower jaw.
Dempsey had a glacial eye, a dominating slit
of a mouth, an indestructible jaw, a complexion like a belle's and the coolness of a champion.
the envelope and withdrew the single sheet of paper which it contained.
He was in old-time iron armor from head to heel, with a helmet on his head the shape of a nail-keg with slits
in it; and he had a shield, and a sword, and a pro- digious spear; and his horse had armor on, too, and a steel horn projecting from his forehead, and gorgeous red and green silk trappings that hung down all around him like a bedquilt, nearly to the ground.
Their noses were but longitudinal slits
in the center of their faces, midway between their mouths and ears.
Accordingly, with my knife I made two parallel slits
in the cane several inches in length, and cutting loose at one end the elastic strip between them, bent it back and slipped the point into a little notch made for the purse.
Beside the pimalia stood Astok, his dark eyes narrowed to mere slits
of hate beneath his lowering brows as he watched the retreating forms of the woman who had aroused the fiercest passions of his nature and the man whom he now believed to be the one who stood between his love and its consummation.
His black harness was ornamented with rubies and gold; his face was covered by a grotesque mask of the precious metal in which two enormous rubies were set for eyes, though below them were narrow slits
through which the wearer could see.
The original keep was there with its huge buttressed Saxon towers whose mighty fifteen foot walls were pierced with stairways and vaulted chambers, lighted by embrasures which, mere slits
in the outer periphery of the walls, spread to larger dimensions within, some even attaining the area of small triangular chambers.