The door was opened almost
immediately by a woman-servant.
Henry, in having such things to relate of his father, was almost
as pitiable as in their first avowal to himself.
Although hardly one shell, crab or fish is common to the above-named three approximate faunas of Eastern and Western America and the eastern Pacific islands, yet many fish range from the Pacific into the Indian Ocean, and many shells are common to the eastern islands of the Pacific and the eastern shores of Africa, on almost
exactly opposite meridians of longitude.
By the end of a quarter of an hour he had almost
succeeded in capturing anew that first fine careless rapture which, six months ago, had caused him to propose to Claire and walk on air when she accepted him.
This was a most unfortunate circumstance for the fellow, as it not only of itself threatened his ruin, but actually prevented Mr Allworthy from restoring him to his favour: for as that gentleman was walking out one evening with Master Blifil and young Jones, the latter slily drew him to the habitation of Black George; where the family of that poor wretch, namely, his wife and children, were found in all the misery with which cold, hunger, and nakedness, can affect human creatures: for as to the money they had received from Jones, former debts had consumed almost
So I dreamed as I sat at home that evening, almost
dead with the pain in my soul.
This was Carlo Goldoni, one of the first of the realists, but antedating conscious realism so long as to have been born at Venice early in the eighteenth century, and to have come to his hand-to-hand fight with the romanticism of his day almost
before that century had reached its noon.
Tippet never stopped running or firing until he stood within a foot of the brute, which lay almost
touching Bradley and was already struggling to regain its feet.
He had been lying on his face beating his pillow with his hands and he actually almost
jumped around, he turned so quickly at the sound of the furious little voice.
"Only one other, in all this great house!" I feigned to be not only amazed but almost
For it was the literature of a great and brilliant people who, far from attempting to make a divorce within man's nature, had aimed to 'see life steadily and see it whole,' who, giving free play to all their powers, had found in pleasure and beauty some of the most essential constructive forces, and had embodied beauty in works of literature and art where the significance of the whole spiritual life was more splendidly suggested than in the achievements of any, or almost
any, other period.
This article she was continually reading, she even read it aloud, almost
took it to bed with her, but scarcely asked where Rodya was, though the subject was obviously avoided by the others, which might have been enough to awaken her suspicions.
Colonel Lloyd kept a large and finely cultivated garden, which afforded almost
constant employment for four men, besides the chief gardener, (Mr.
"I thank you, ma'am, sincerely thank you," said Marianne, with warmth: "your invitation has insured my gratitude for ever, and it would give me such happiness, yes, almost
the greatest happiness I am capable of, to be able to accept it.
Except on the crown, which was raggedly bald, he had stiff, black hair, standing jaggedly all over it, and growing down hill almost
to his broad, blunt nose.