Pickwick's name is attached to the register, still preserved in the vestry thereof; that the young lady with the black eyes signed her name in a very unsteady and tremulous manner; that Emily's signature, as the other bridesmaid, is nearly illegible; that it all went off in very admirable style; that the young ladies generally thought it far less shocking than they had expected; and that although the owner of the black eyes and the arch smile informed Mr.
Winkle gallantly inquired if it couldn't be done by deputy: to which the young lady with the black eyes replied 'Go away,' and accompanied the request with a look which said as plainly as a look could do, 'if you can.'
"He flings out continually these flouts and sneers;" the woman in the crimson blouse spoke as if appealing quietly to a third person, but her black eyes never left Razumov's face.
You are quite safe from suspicions while you are with me, my dear young man." The humorous gleam in her black eyes went out.
She seemed softened, her black eyes very still, as though she were pursuing the simile in her thoughts to all its tender associations.
She fixed her black eyes
steadily on him, her lips moved slightly, and she said something in French.
She folded her bare, floury arms over her breast and fastened her black eyes
on the young preacher.
Two or three times, as her mother and she went homeward, and as often at supper-time, and while Hester was putting her to bed, and once after she seemed to be fairly asleep, Pearl looked up, with mischief gleaming in her black eyes
During all the time of his visit, the little Indian girl had kept her large black eyes
fixed upon him, almost without winking, watching every movement with awe and wonder; and as he rode off, remained gazing after him, motionless as a statue.
Some fine day you'll tie up to one of 'em, an' then, mebbe, on occasion, you'll wear black eyes
for a change."
The Countess Lidia Ivanovna was a tall, stout woman, with an unhealthily sallow face and splendid, pensive black eyes
. Anna liked her, but today she seemed to be seeing her for the first time with all her defects.
How could any one have interpreted the gruesome joy of this young professor with the pale face and the black eyes, who stood earnestly singing, whispering, and shouting into a dead man's ear?
Who was this young inventor, with the pale complexion and black eyes, that he should be the friend of Emperors?
We followed him there willingly enough, if only to watch the divine Therese laugh, under the vigilant black eyes
of Madame Leonore, her mother.
Toto was not gray; he was a little black dog, with long silky hair and small black eyes
that twinkled merrily on either side of his funny, wee nose.