In the course of the night the free trappers surrounded the lodge of the Pierced-nose chief and in lieu
of Christmas carols, saluted him with a feude joie.
Indoors she would go about without cap, her grey hair strangely dishevelled; then, when at home, she seldom wore a gown--only a shabby cotton camisole; shoes, too, were strangers to her feet, and in lieu
of them she sported roomy slippers, trodden down at the heels.
These narrow bands of tattooing, thus placed, always reminded me of those stripes of gold lace worn by officers in undress, and which are in lieu
of epaulettes to denote their rank.
It was the painted figure of Time as he is commonly represented, save that, in lieu
of a scythe, he held what, at a casual glance, I supposed to be the pictured image of a huge pendulum such as we see on antique clocks.
Grant offered herself as companion for the day to Lady Bertram in lieu
of her son, and Dr.
Yet always she had kept me at a distance with that contemptuous air of hers; or else she had demanded of me, in lieu
of the life which I offered to lay at her feet, such escapades as I had perpetrated with the Baron.
Methinks it is no great stretch of generosity to allow us lambs for the altar of the Lord, receiving in lieu
thereof thirty silver shekels per head
This, he soaked thoroughly, in lieu
of brushing, before using a crippled piece of comb.
Great tails lashed in frenzied anger about us, razor-like talons cut our limbs and bodies, and a green and sticky syrup, such as oozes from a crushed caterpillar, smeared us from head to foot, for every cut and thrust of our longswords brought spurts of this stuff upon us from the severed arteries of the plant men, through which it courses in its sluggish viscidity in lieu
It was simply a long box with bars in lieu
of a lid; but it was very strongly built.
They were of various sizes and shapes, but enough were of handy dimensions for use as ammunition in lieu
of my precious arrows.
At once I was all excitement, for I knew that it was a sign left by Lys that she had been carried this way; it was a tiny bit torn from the hem of the undergarment that she wore in lieu
of the night-robes she had lost with the sinking of the liner.
In the girdle she carried a long, jeweled knife, and in her hand a slender wand in lieu
of a bludgeon.
He's comfortable here and well looked after; make him an allowance, or give him a good lump sum in lieu
of all claims.
His teeth seemed perpetually to ache with desire, and in lieu
of black legs he husked the cocoanuts that fell from the trees in the compound, kept the enclosure clear of intruding hens, and made a hostile acquaintance with every boss-boy who came to report.