As soon as Brahms had grunted himself out, she gave him her card and said, "That is where we live; if you preferred, you could call for the umbrella
after the concert, but I didn't like to trouble you when it has all been our fault.
He hurled the umbrella
wrathfully into an excavation.
,' observed Rosalie, with a very unamiable cloud upon her pretty face.
It is when my umbrella
turns inside out that I am convinced of the total depravity of inanimate things," she said gaily.
It is Daniel in the lion's den with a green cotton umbrella
under his arm, all over again.
Here he looked at Tweedledee, who immediately sat down on the ground, and tried to hide himself under the umbrella
could not locate me--there were four standing around the room, and all alike.
I wanted an umbrella
, and I went into a shop in the Strand and told them so, and they said:
She motioned to me with her short right arm, to shut the umbrella
for her; and passing me hurriedly, went into the kitchen.
Look ye, sir,' resumed he, turning to his other neighbour, and pointing past me with his umbrella
, 'that's the Hall: grand park, you see, and all them woods - plenty of timber there, and lots of game.
Little Jacob applauded till his hands were sore; Kit cried 'an-kor' at the end of everything, the three-act piece included; and Barbara's mother beat her umbrella
on the floor, in her ecstasies, until it was nearly worn down to the gingham.
I came to get my umbrella
, that is, to see how your father finds himself today," said Mr.
Nicholas had the honour of playing in a slight piece with Miss Petowker that night, and could not but observe that the warmth of her reception was mainly attributable to a most persevering umbrella
in the upper boxes; he saw, too, that the enchanting actress cast many sweet looks towards the quarter whence these sounds proceeded; and that every time she did so, the umbrella
broke out afresh.
A coarse blue shirt, with a vulgar red-and-orange neckerchief, also new, completed his dress; and, to shield himself from the rain, he held up a silk umbrella
with a silver-mounted ebony handle, which he seemed unlikely to have come by honestly.
He put on his big straw hat, and taking his umbrella
from the stand in the hall, followed the lady in black, never overtaking her.