They stood like statues
while the first spread the table and set out the contents of the trays upon it.
He went on as a statue
would, that is, he neither spoke nor moved.
Heathcliff curled her lip, and walked to a seat far off, where she kept her word by playing the part of a statue
during the remainder of my stay.
When that day comes, don't drag me out of my grave and give me a public funeral; don't take advantage of my having no voice to raise in my own defense, and insult me by a national statue
Doctor Manette, whom this visitation had so turned into stone, that be stood with the lamp in his band, as if be woe a statue
made to hold it, moved after these words were spoken, put the lamp down, and confronting the speaker, and taking him, not ungently, by the loose front of his red woollen shirt, said:
She was pale and quiet as a meditative statue
, clasping her hands on her lap.
Talking of the latter, I suppose you have long since heard the news, that a sulky churlish boor has destroyed the ancient statue
, or rather bas-relief, popularly called Robin of Redesdale.
All were strangely shaped, and the Spy-glass, which was by three or four hundred feet the tallest on the island, was likewise the strangest in configuration, running up sheer from almost every side and then suddenly cut off at the top like a pedestal to put a statue
When they reached the Achilles Statue
, she turned round.
Poligny got up and walked out quite stiffly, like a statue
, and before I had time to ask him, `Whither go ye?
This rider wears a breastplate of lead, on which strange signs and figures are engraved, and it is said that as long as this statue
remains on the dome, vessels will never cease to perish at the foot of the mountain.
Upon the car, which was drawn by four richly caparisoned zebus, stood a hideous statue
with four arms, the body coloured a dull red, with haggard eyes, dishevelled hair, protruding tongue, and lips tinted with betel.
We may instance the statue
of Mitys at Argos, which fell upon his murderer while he was a spectator at a festival, and killed him.
My captain sat at the head of the table like a statue
Purun Dass swept the stone floor clean, smiled at the grinning statue
, made himself a little mud fireplace at the back of the shrine, spread his antelope skin on a bed of fresh pine-needles, tucked his bairagi--his brass-handled crutch--under his armpit, and sat down to rest.