Besides," she added, in a low and hurried voice, casting
a glance at the distant Cora, who slowly followed the footsteps of their silent, but sullen guide, "it may be a friend added to our strength, in time of need.
Never, on any previous occasion, had he practiced more successfully the social art which he habitually cultivated -- the art of casting
himself on society in the character of a well-bred Incubus, and conferring an obligation on his fellow-creatures by allowing them to sit under him.
The governor, who is the executive magistrate, is appointed by the legislature; is chancellor and ordinary, or surrogate of the State; is a member of the Supreme Court of Appeals, and president, with a casting
vote, of one of the legislative branches.
The rough floor was spread with deep green moss, and over wall and roof grew flowery vines, filling the air with their sweet breath; while above played the clear, soft light, casting
rosy shadows on the glittering drops that lay among the fragrant leaves; and beneath the vines stood Violet, casting
crumbs to the downy little moles who ran fearlessly about and listened as she sang to them.
An almost impenetrable thicket extended from side to side, without presenting a single plant affording the nourishment we had confidently calculated upon; and with this object, we followed the course of the stream, casting
quick glances as we proceeded into the thick jungles on each hand.
a glance upon his wife and daughter, he drew a dagger from his breast and gave it to his companion, saying in Italian:--
He seemed, in casting
off his thongs, to have taken on some of the Herculean quality of his own magnificent gesture.
All women are supposed to be like timid, startled fawns, blushing and casting
down their gentle eyes when looked at and running away when spoken to; while we man are supposed to be a bold and rollicky lot, and the poor dear little women admire us for it, but are terribly afraid of us.
And I was so rejoiced to know it and so comforted by the sense of having done right in casting
this last idle reservation away that I was ten times happier than I had been before.
one glance at the swelling of the soil, beneath which the body of the poor Frenchman reposed, he went back to his car.
The persons who, like ourselves, never cross the Place de Grève without casting
a glance of pity and sympathy on that poor turret strangled between two hovels of the time of Louis XV.
Soon he came to know the peculiarities of the small company, and by the casting
could tell at once what were the characteristics of the persons in the drama; but this made no difference to him.
a rapid glance at all those in the room and noticing the count's confessor there, she glided up to him with a sort of amble, not exactly bowing yet seeming to grow suddenly smaller, and respectfully received the blessing first of one and then of another priest.
Easily, and without correction by reason, her imagination made pictures, superb backgrounds casting
a rich though phantom light upon the facts in the foreground.
off his deck lashings, he seized the landing leather and slipped over the ship's side.