But there were solemn
moments, too, when the people reverently listened to the grave words of God the Father, or to those, tender and loving, of Mary, the Virgin Mother.
If the word may be used of so solemn a personage, he wriggled.
I assure you it's not the slightest use," I said with all possible emphasis which seemed only to increase the solemn discontent of his expression.
The comte was seated at a table covered with papers and books; he was still the noble, handsome gentleman of former days, but time had given to this nobleness and beauty a more solemn
and distinct character.
light of dawn--the angelic glory of the morning-star--had looked in through the rude window of the shed where Tom was lying; and, as if descending on that star-beam, came the solemn
words, "I am the root and offspring of David, and the bright and morning star.
And now, Abiram White," said the squatter, when his sons had descended from completing this arrangement, "I give you a last and solemn asking.
The sounds were imposing and solemn, but it was the solemnity and majesty of nature.
He went up to Priam and said, "Son of Laomedon, the princes of the Trojans and Achaeans bid you come down on to the plain and swear to a solemn
Satisfied that he was right in his original conjecture, he applied himself to calming the fears of Smike, which, after some time, he partially succeeded in doing, though not in removing the impression upon his mind; for he still declared, again and again, in the most solemn
and fervid manner, that he had positively seen what he had described, and that nothing could ever remove his conviction of its reality.
Miss Pinkerton did not understand French; she only directed those who did: but biting her lips and throwing up her venerable and Roman-nosed head (on the top of which figured a large and solemn
turban), she said, "Miss Sharp, I wish you a good morning.
The whole assembly wore an aspect of the most profound gravity; and in the faces of the knights might be perceived traces of military daring, united with the solemn carriage becoming men of a religious profession, and which, in the presence of their Grand Master, failed not to sit upon every brow.
A psalm, which he himself accompanied with a deep mellow voice, which age had not deprived of its powers, commenced the proceedings of the day; and the solemn sounds, Venite exultemus Domino, so often sung by the Templars before engaging with earthly adversaries, was judged by Lucas most appropriate to introduce the approaching triumph, for such he deemed it, over the powers of darkness.
It is a solemn
thought,--and the finest poem that was ever written came out of a grey pulpy mass such as we make brain sauce of.
Strange, above all, thy length of tress, And this all solemn
We see in needle-works and embroideries, it is more pleasing to have a lively work, upon a sad and solemn
ground, than to have a dark and melancholy work, upon a lightsome ground: judge therefore of the pleasure of the heart, by the pleasure of the eye.