As I watched his burly
, bull-necked figure walk away up the street, I wondered with a sinking heart whether he had much more than the price of a night's lodging in his pocket.
The other man was very different; fair, with smooth, ruddy cheeks and burly
In person he was a thick-set, burly
man with a shock of grizzled hair, a brown, weather-beaten face, and blue eyes which were keen to the verge of fierceness.
John Boulnois was a big, slow-moving man with a massive head, partly grey and partly bald, and blunt, burly
He was about to reply when the outer door of our prison opened and a burly
guard entered and ordered him to his own quarters for the night, locking the door after him as he passed through into the further chamber.
He had been fetched by a huge, burly
man, the worse for liquor, and taken to a room in an evil-smelling court, which was filthier than any he had seen: it was a tiny attic; most of the space was taken up by a wooden bed, with a canopy of dirty red hangings, and the ceiling was so low that Philip could touch it with the tips of his fingers; with the solitary candle that afforded what light there was he went over it, frizzling up the bugs that crawled upon it.
An ax in the hands of a burly
Negro cleft the captain from forehead to chin, and an instant later the others were down: dead or wounded from dozens of blows and bullet wounds.
Then King Richard, looking toward the spot whence the sound came, saw a tall, burly
, strapping priest standing in front of all the crowd with his legs wide apart as he backed against those behind.
The faces of these false heads were painted in many ridiculous ways, according to the whims of the owners, and these big, burly
creatures looked so whimsical and absurd in their queer masks that they were called "Whimsies.
He started across the room toward the burly
I had been too much occupied with the dangers of the descent to glance down toward the valley; but that cry which told me that it was indeed Lys, and that she was again in danger, brought my eyes quickly upon her in time to see a hairy, burly
brute seize her and start off at a run toward the near-by wood.
That we are," and "Long live Norman of Torn," and "Here's to the chief of the Torns" signified the ready assent of the burly
brute with all the refined intelligence of a gorilla stamped upon his bestial face was attempting to push a smaller man to second place, but the smaller one appealed to the high priestess, who in a cold peremptory voice sent the larger to the extreme end of the line.
Trent, for a moment or two, was busy, for a burly
savage, who had marked him out by the light of the gleaming flames, had sprung upon him spear in hand, and behind him came others.
Lovell, wan and hollow-eyed, his arm in a sling, his once burly
frame gaunt and attenuated with disease, nodded.