She put out her hands, shouted something, and all that wild mob took up the shout in a roaring chorus of articulated, rapid, breathless utterance
As minute after minute passed by, leaving them in undisturbed security, the insinuating feeling of hope was gradually gaining possession of every bosom, though each one felt reluctant to give utterance
to expectations that the next moment might so fearfully destroy.
It was strangely indistinct, however, and less like articulate words than an unshaped sound, such as would be the utterance
of feeling and sympathy, rather than of the intellect.
I approached it from one side and the other while, in my room, I flung myself about, but I always broke down in the monstrous utterance
But being now interrupted, he put up the image; and pretty soon, going to the table, took up a large book there, and placing it on his lap began counting the pages with deliberate regularity; at every fiftieth page --as I fancied --stopping a moment, looking vacantly around him, and giving utterance
to a long-drawn gurgling whistle of astonishment.
how far beyond all utterance
are your linked analogies
She would have given the world to be able to speak--and to make them understand that she hoped no coolness, no slight, would appear in their behaviour to him;--but she had no utterance
, and was obliged to leave all to their own discretion.
There was an air of toleration or depreciation about his utterance
of these words, that rather depressed me; and I was still looking sideways at his block of a face in search of any encouraging note to the text, when he said here we were at Barnard's Inn.
Of the Choric part the Parode is the first undivided utterance
of the Chorus: the Stasimon is a Choric ode without anapaests or trochaic tetrameters: the Commos is a joint lamentation of Chorus and actors.
Maximilian stared for a moment at the corpse, gazed all around the room, then upon the two men; he opened his mouth to speak, but finding it impossible to give utterance
to the innumerable ideas that occupied his brain, he went out, thrusting his hands through his hair in such a manner that Villefort and d'Avrigny, for a moment diverted from the engrossing topic, exchanged glances, which seemed to say, -- "He is mad
In the energy of its utterance
the oaken chair seemed to stamp its foot, and trod (we hope unintentionally) upon Grandfather's toe.
The men however, are not quite so harmonious in their utterance
, and when excited upon any subject, would work themselves up into a sort of wordy paroxysm, during which all descriptions of rough-sided sounds were projected from their mouths, with a force and rapidity which was absolutely astonishing.
IT would have been sad, indeed, to lose you in such manner, my old friend,” said Oliver, catching his breath for utterance
There was accordingly a universal restlessness and commotion throughout the plain; and the amorous herds gave utterance
to their feelings in low bellowings that resounded like distant thunder.
NOT long ago, the writer of these lines, In the mad pride of intellectuality, Maintained "the power of words"--denied that ever A thought arose within the human brain Beyond the utterance
of the human tongue: And now, as if in mockery of that boast, Two words-two foreign soft dissyllables-- Italian tones, made only to be murmured By angels dreaming in the moonlit "dew That hangs like chains of pearl on Hermon hill,"-- Have stirred from out the abysses of his heart, Unthought-like thoughts that are the souls of thought, Richer, far wider, far diviner visions Than even the seraph harper, Israfel,(Who has "the sweetest voice of all God's creatures") Could hope to utter.