So the messengers went out to do the bidding of the king, taking the names of those who should be summoned from the lips of the indunas, and day by day people flocked up to the gates of the royal kraal, and, creeping on their knees before the majesty of the king, praised him aloud.
And when this company had been ordered to stand aside also together with those whom they had smelt out, the king called aloud to the last of the witch-doctors, asking him of his name and tribe, and why he alone did not do his office.
Percerin that first he laughed to himself, then aloud, and finished with a shout.
Adieu, Aramis," he added aloud, "adieu; I am going to rejoin Porthos.
So, presently, he said aloud
, "O holy father, wilt thou not take a good pot of March beer to slake thy thirsty soul withal?
And later, as she read aloud
to him from "The Princess," he chanced to notice the stain of the cherries on her lips.
One hundred and twenty-five dollars is a great deal of money," he added, aloud
, "and the interest, at 7 per cent, will come to $1.
Listening to Sonia with dignity, Katerina Ivanovna inquired with equal dignity how Pyotr Petrovitch was, then at once whispered almost aloud
to Raskolnikov that it certainly would have been strange for a man of Pyotr Petrovitch's position and standing to find himself in such "extraordinary company," in spite of his devotion to her family and his old friendship with her father.
For a while the ship kept bucking and sidling like a vicious horse, the sails filling, now on one tack, now on another, and the boom swinging to and fro till the mast groaned aloud
under the strain.
She knew that when he thought aloud
in this way he would sometimes ask her what he had been saying, and be vexed if he noticed that she had been thinking about something else.
He loved Burns, too, and he used to read aloud
from him, I must own, to my inexpressible weariness.
But when he came to the place, Werper was gone, and though Tarzan called aloud
many times he received no reply.
, she said doggedly: "See here, Miss Pollyanna, I ain't sayin' that I'll play it very well, and I ain't sayin' that I know how, anyway; but I'll play it with ye, after a fashion--I just will, I will
Everyone was loudly expressing disapprobation, everyone was repeating a phrase some one had uttered--"The lions and gladiators will be the next thing," and everyone was feeling horrified; so that when Vronsky fell to the ground, and Anna moaned aloud
, there was nothing very out of the way in it.
exclaimed the proprietor of the condemned animal, aloud
, without regard to the whispering tones used by the others; "spare the foal of Miriam