Nobody ever comes back from a "missing" ship to tell how hard was the death of the craft, and how sudden
and overwhelming the last anguish of her men.
Gore had been prevented by a sudden
call of business from waiting at his office to see Mr.
It was a shout of sudden
excitement at the appearance of a horseman cleaving the crowd at full gallop.
He refused to remain at the cottage--he asked, with a sudden
change to fretfulness, if she would let her servant get him a cab.
Of a sudden
the vicious beast lost all control of himself, as with a vile oath he leaped at the slender woman, gripping her tender throat in his brute clutch.
The latter, though surprised by this sudden
and unexpected attack, was not one to give up without a battle.
It was so sudden
that everyone was startled, and for some days the boy's life was in danger.
But at this critical instant a sudden
exclamation was heard that took every eye from the whale.
I do not recall any feeling of fear, unless a sudden
chill was its physical manifestation.
The Sagoth had never before seen a bow and arrow, but of a sudden
it must have swept over his dull intellect that the thing I held toward him was some sort of engine of destruction, for he too came to a halt, simultaneously swinging his hatchet for a throw.
Nothing can be so quick and sudden
as the operations of the mind, especially when hope, or fear, or jealousy, to which the two others are but journeymen, set it to work.
This disaster was the sudden
collapse of the habits that had become part of his nature in the ten or more monotonous years he had spent on the island.
Its rays, shining upon the moving masses of troops, brought forth here and there sudden
gleams of silver or gold.
step upon the stairway leading to his workshop brought him trembling and wide eyed to his feet, staring fearfully at the locked and bolted door.
puff of wind blew off his hat and wig, at which a loud laugh rang forth from his companions.