Hatta looked round once more, and this time a tear or two trickled down
his cheek: but not a word would he say.
Yes, Mas'r," said Tom, putting up his hand, to wipe the blood, that trickled down
Madame," replied Monte Cristo gravely, and gazing earnestly on the two liquid pearls that trickled down
Julie's cheeks, "had Lord Wilmore seen what I now see, he would become attached to life, for the tears you shed would reconcile him to mankind;" and he held out his hand to Julie, who gave him hers, carried away by the look and accent of the count.
Drops of perspiration trickled down
his face, and from time to time he put a handkerchief to his mouth to wipe away the blood that rilled from it.
It glistened darkly in the wet, the dim lamps flickered with each gust, the rain splashed steadily into the puddles and trickled down
the water- spouts into the running gutters.
Fortunately a little rivulet trickled down
the side of the rocky wall, giving us ample supply of fresh water--some of which I kept constantly beside the hyaenodon in a huge, bowl-shaped shell, of which there were count-less numbers among the rubble of the beach.
His own sleek coat was cut and the red blood trickled down
his flank; though it was but a minor injury, it angered him.
Crushing it to her, she cried and laughed all at one and the same time, and hot tears of joy, mingled with the tears of Tibo, trickled down
the crease between her naked breasts.
It was surrounded by a rough, low stone wall, and was bare and open to the sky, except at one extremity, where a brook trickled down
the stony hill-side, and a clump of dwarf trees threw their narrow shadows over the short, meagre grass.
The blood sprung freely from the wound, and trickled down
The Ancient Mariner ceased talking because of a huskiness in his throat, and a moisture from his eyes trickled down
And then her thoughts flew back to her old predictions, and the number of times she had said, that Kate with no fortune would marry better than other people's daughters with thousands; and, as she pictured with the brightness of a mother's fancy all the beauty and grace of the poor girl who had struggled so cheerfully with her new life of hardship and trial, her heart grew too full, and the tears trickled down