Then Athos took from his pocket a small paper, on which two lines were written, accompanied
by a signature and a seal, and presented them to him who had made too prematurely these signs of repugnance.
A French colonel of hussars, who had evidently just left his bed, came riding from the village on a handsome sleek gray horse, accompanied
by two hussars.
They were accompanied
by Sinclair and his fifteen free trappers; Wyeth, also, and his New England band of beaver hunters and salmon fishers, now dwindled down to eleven, took this opportunity to prosecute their cruise in the wilderness, accompanied
with such experienced pilots.
heaps, heaps heaps!' All this was accompanied
by a running commentary of signs and gestures which it was impossible not to comprehend.
Dexter, the brother, had arrived at the house accompanied
by a medical man accustomed to the charge of the insane.
Sola also accompanied
Tars Tarkas, her father, who before all his chieftains had acknowledged her as his daughter.
That Philippa still retaining her affection for her ungratefull Husband, had followed him to Scotland and generally accompanied
him in his little Excursions to Sterling.
The Belgian consumed two days in completing his preparations, but finally got away with his safari, accompanied
by a single Waziri guide whom Lord Greystoke had loaned him.
It is night, the passage of the marsh may present dangers; be accompanied
The little band of Arabs who had accompanied
them from Bou Saada had disappeared suddenly the very night that orders had been given to prepare for the morrow's march from Djelfa.
"I have been bitten by the editor of a partisan journal," was the reply, accompanied
by the ominous death-rattle.
A Complex action is one in which the change is accompanied
by such Reversal, or by Recognition, or by both.
When we arrived at the island, which was about eleven in the morning, one of the gentlemen who accompanied
me went to the governor, and desired admittance for a stranger, who came on purpose to have the honour of attending on his highness.
Nevertheless, he accompanied
his infamies with so much ability of mind and body that, having devoted himself to the military profession, he rose through its ranks to be Praetor of Syracuse.
John Reed, the sturdy Hibernian, was to undertake the Snake River country, accompanied
by Pierre Dorion and Pierre Delaunay, as hunters, and Francis Landry, Jean Baptiste Turcotte, Andre la Chapelle, and Gilles le Clerc, Canadian voyageurs.