The condition that had brought her to him passed in an illness, but she was like one who has discovered the sweetness of the twisted
apples, she could not get her mind fixed again upon the round perfect fruit that is eaten in the city apartments.
Jadvyga is small and delicate, with jet-black eyes and hair, the latter twisted
into a little knot and tied on the top of her head.
I turned and twisted
my question around and about, trying to strike that man's average, but failed.
She showed me a bar of lead twisted
up into a knot, and said she was a good shot with it generly, but she'd wrenched her arm a day or two ago, and didn't know whether she could throw true now.
Instead of answering, Harriet turned away confused, and stood thoughtfully by the fire; and though the letter was still in her hand, it was now mechanically twisted
about without regard.
She had raised herself from the ground, but her foot had been twisted
in her fall, and she was scarcely able to stand.
John no one thwarted, much less punished; though he twisted
the necks of the pigeons, killed the little pea-chicks, set the dogs at the sheep, stripped the hothouse vines of their fruit, and broke the buds off the choicest plants in the conservatory: he called his mother "old girl," too; sometimes reviled her for her dark skin, similar to his own; bluntly disregarded her wishes; not unfrequently tore and spoiled her silk attire; and he was still "her own darling.
Her pretty face was wan and listless; her hair uncurled: some locks hanging lankly down, and some carelessly twisted
round her head.
She ran out of the room, and Mary stood by the fire and twisted
her thin little hands together with sheer pleasure.
Her head was twisted
one way, and her body the other.
When the Jester, arrayed in the cowl and frock of the hermit, and having his knotted cord twisted
round his middle, stood before the portal of the castle of Front-de-B
The seamen were all provided with cordage, which I had beforehand twisted
to a sufficient strength.
He looked me squarely in the eyes, and twisted
his mouth askew.
But the most annoying hindrance we encountered was from a multitude of crooked boughs, which, shooting out almost horizontally from the sides of the chasm, twisted
themselves together in fantastic masses almost to the surface of the stream, affording us no passage except under the low arches which they formed.
The King Crow flew at the Scarecrow, who caught it by the head and twisted
its neck until it died.