She was not elegantly dressed, but a noble-looking woman, and the girls thought the gray cloak and unfashionable bonnet covered the most splendid
mother in the world.
The moral of which was of course the seduction exercised by the splendid
asked the two impostors, and they pointed to and described the splendid
material which was not there.
At last, having seen the Parsee carnival wind away in the distance, he was turning his steps towards the station, when he happened to espy the splendid
pagoda on Malabar Hill, and was seized with an irresistible desire to see its interior.
Now, as for this pretty doll, my little Alice," said Grandfather, "I wish you could have seen what splendid
dresses the ladies wore in those times.
Joe found this splendid
vegetation a matter of course, seeing that they were in Africa.
enamels gleamed here and there on carved chests; a boar's head in faience crowned a magnificent dresser, whose two shelves announced that the mistress of the house was the wife or widow of a knight banneret.
Yes, they are splendid
youngsters," chimed in the count, who always solved questions that seemed to him perplexing by deciding that everything was splendid
Yes, I am rather," she replied, becoming conscious that the splendid
race of lights drawn past her eyes by the superb curving and swerving of the monster on which she sat was at an end.
This accomplished, and arrayed in his splendid
shaggy garments, he went to Ozma's banquet hall and found the Scarecrow, the Wizard and Dorothy already assembled there.
Now it was seen that the Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger were drawing behind them a splendid
golden chariot, to which they were harnessed by golden cords.
THE BEASTS of the forest gave a splendid
entertainment at which the Monkey stood up and danced.
I 've had a regularly splendid
time, and thank you ever so much," she said when the "good-nights" were being exchanged.
One only of his prose works is still remembered and still read for its splendid
It was as if all the dreams, sleeping and waking, of its vivid occupant had taken a visible although unmaterial form and had tapestried the bare room with splendid
filmy tissues of rainbow and moonshine.