We stayed with Circe for a whole twelvemonth feasting upon an untold
quantity both of meat and wine.
Meantime, the cavalcade, the banners, the music, and the barouches swept past him, with the vociferous crowd in the rear, leaving the dust to settle down, and the Great Stone Face to be revealed again, with the grandeur that it had worn for untold
The sword in his hand remains as sharp as ever upon both its edges; and he may well go on playing his royal game of quoits with hurricanes, tossing them over from the continent of republics to the continent of kingdoms, in the assurance that both the new republics and the old kingdoms, the heat of fire and the strength of iron, with the untold
generations of audacious men, shall crumble to dust at the steps of his throne, and pass away, and be forgotten before his own rule comes to an end.
The night I arrived we had much to say on other matters: and, tired with the journey, I went to bed early, leaving the happy secret still untold
He went about with his unasked question in his mind, as I did with my untold
tale; we were both afraid of bringing dishonor on a great house.
I expected untold
trouble in transporting her, but to do her justice, the promise given for the journey, she underwent it without murmur, spasm, or unnecessary word.
Then they met Sikandar Khan coming down with a few unsaleable screws - remnants of his string -and Mahbub, who has more of horse-coping in his little fingernail than Sikandar Khan in all his tents, must needs buy two of the worst, and that meant eight hours' laborious diplomacy and untold
And when I bade the dream Upon thy spirit flee, Thy violet eyes to me Upturned, did overflowing seem With the deep, untold
delight Of Love's serenity; Thy classic brow, like lilies white And pale as the Imperial Night Upon her throne, with stars bedight, Enthralled my soul to thee!
She derived, however, great consolation, (during the tightening of the bowstring,) from the reflection that much of the history remained still untold
, and that the petulance of her brute of a husband had reaped for him a most righteous reward, in depriving him of many inconceivable adventures.
It had cost her, she said, untold
difficulty to send these few things to her daughter; she entreated her not to think her hard if, henceforth, she were forced to abandon her to want; she feared she could never again assist her; but she blessed her and prayed for her happiness in this fatal marriage, if, indeed, she persisted in making it, assuring her that she should never cease to think of her darling child.
The males were exterminated, Ape Town was destroyed, the females and young were driven away to live in bondage, and the long rivalry of untold
centuries had reached its bloody end.
My guardian called me into his room next morning, and then I told him what had been left untold
on the previous night.
And the relief of that outweighed all the danger, which, as I discovered to my untold
joy, was now much less than it had been before.
There are thousands of churches in Italy, each with untold
millions of treasures stored away in its closets, and each with its battalion of priests to be supported.
Natasha continued to look at him intently with bright, attentive, and animated eyes, as if trying to understand something more which he had perhaps left untold