I can't be expected to answer a foreign language-- But," she continued aloud, feeling her tongue untied
by the eloquence which nearly all human creatures find in momentous circumstances, "we have a very brilliant society here, monsieur.
Stooping, he untied
the rope from his ankles, then he straightened and started for the hut doorway bent on reaching Meriem's side.
And as Fettes took the lamp his companion untied
the fastenings of the sack and drew down the cover from the head.
While the boat was advancing with all the speed its four rowers could give it, Felton untied
the cord and then the handkerchief which bound Milady's hands together.
it, and in the midst of the most profound silence read:
The queen untied
from around her throat a small golden key which hung there, and presented it to the cardinal.
This misfortune was entirely owing to the foolish curiosity of his shipmates, who, while Ulysses lay asleep, had untied
some very bulky leathern bags, in which they supposed a valuable treasure to be concealed.
A lashed boat, a spare spar, a cask or what not secured about the decks, is "cast adrift" when it is untied
With a vague alarmed sense that she must somehow comport herself differently, she hastened her step a little towards the far deal table, where she might set down her cans--caught her foot in her apron, which had become untied
, and fell with a crash and a splash into a pool of beer; whereupon a tittering explosion from Marty and Tommy, and a serious "Ello
Meanwhile Ulysses untied
the horses, made them fast one to another and drove them off, striking them with his bow, for he had forgotten to take the whip from the chariot.
The Hajji said: 'I have untied
as knot in my head-handkerchief which will be more to us than a thousand.
Thou hast untied
the feet of Death, and he will follow thy trail till thou diest.
In an instant I had caught him round the waist, and held him up while Holmes and Pycroft untied
the elastic bands which had disappeared between the livid creases of skin.
The women on the corn-rick--Marian, who was one of them, in particular--could stop to drink ale or cold tea from the flagon now and then, or to exchange a few gossiping remarks while they wiped their faces or cleared the fragments of straw and husk from their clothing; but for Tess there was no respite; for, as the drum never stopped, the man who fed it could not stop, and she, who had to supply the man with untied
sheaves, could not stop either, unless Marian changed places with her, which she sometimes did for half an hour in spite of Groby's objections that she was too slow-handed for a feeder.
the strings of her bonnet, took her bonnet off, and letting it dangle on the floor by the strings, and crying heartily, said, "Ma, I am engaged.