For a moment the terror
of Hans Van Ripper's wrath passed across his mind, --for it was his Sunday saddle; but this was no time for petty fears; the goblin was hard on his haunches; and (unskilful rider that he was
In the few minutes' conversation which she had yet had with him, while Harriet had been partially insensible, he had spoken of her terror
, her naivete, her fervour as she seized and clung to his arm, with a sensibility amused and delighted; and just at last, after Harriet's own account had been given, he had expressed his indignation at the abominable folly of Miss Bickerton in the warmest terms.
Think not I speak to thee only to excite thy terror
, and practise on the base cowardice thou hast derived from thy tribe.
The beast saw that she feared him, and being a brute enjoyed the evidence of the terror
his brutishness inspired.
The old rajah's body, indeed, now appeared upon the burning pyre; and the priests, recovered from their terror
, perceived that an abduction had taken place.
The night watch evinced the same terror
, refused, in his turn, to accompany Athos, and only pointed with his hand to the road he was to take.
It was easy to see that no doubt now remained in the young girl's mind as to the reality of the scene; her eyes started with terror
, her hands trembled, and she rapidly drew the bedclothes closer to her.
When I first beheld this apparition - for I could scarcely regard it as less - my wonder and my terror
To the substances of terror
he was sufficiently alive, but of its shadows he had no apprehension.
Ferguson darted his powerful electric jet toward various points of space, and caused it to rest on a spot from which shouts of terror
As Thuvia of Ptarth saw Carthoris depart from the presence of Tario, leaving her alone with the man, a sudden qualm of terror
The horrid cry that had come down to him from above through the ancient well-shaft still haunted him, so that he trembled in terror
at even the sounds of his own cautious advance.
And so Tarzan haunted German headquarters upon many nights hoping to see her again or to pick up some clew as to her whereabouts, and at the same time he utilized many an artifice whereby he might bring terror
to the hearts of the Germans.
With difficulty Akut kept them in hand for a time; but when a particularly large wave struck the dugout simultaneously with a little squall of wind their terror
broke all bounds, and, leaping to their feet, they all but overturned the boat before Akut and Tarzan together could quiet them.
But once more it was the same boundary line overgrown with wormwood, once more the same wormwood desperately tossed by the wind and carrying unreasoning terror
to his heart.