"I tell you I kissed her just like that, on her forehead...
"Yes, she was waiting for me...waiting for me erect and alive, a real, living bride...as she hoped to be saved....And, when I...came forward, more timid than...a little child, she did not run away...no, no...she stayed...she waited for me....I even believe...daroga...that she put out her forehead...a little...oh, not much...just a little...
The deity breathed the breath of his divinity on the Diamond in the forehead
of the god.
"Martha," said Mary solemnly, "he is really a nice man, only his face is so miserable and his forehead
is all drawn together."
His father went up to him, took him in his arms, and kissed his forehead
. "Go," he said: "go, my child." Edward ran out.
As he said this he rose, went to his sister, and, stooping, kissed her forehead. His fine eyes lit up with a thoughtful, kindly, and unaccustomed brightness, but he was looking not at his sister but over her head toward the darkness of the open doorway.
He said nothing to her but looked at her forehead and hair, without looking at her eyes, with such contempt that the Frenchwoman blushed and went away without a word.
"There's a touch right here, I'll wager, on your forehead. One moment, please.
He touched his finger to his sensationless forehead, then smelled it and recognized the burnt flesh he had not felt burning.
I heerd it say 'Why shouldn't I walk on my own forehead
?' So a course it did, oo know!"
Carefully folded and arranged in the corner were the horn-rimmed spectacles and the silk handkerchief of the man who was lying at Market Burnham with a bullet through his forehead
The young forehead
lifted itself into that singular expression--but it was pretty and characteristic, besides being singular--and she raised her hand, as if with an involuntary action she caught at, or stayed some passing shadow.
'Well, my dear child, perhaps not,' said Fanny, 'though it's most kind and most affectionate in you, you precious girl, to say so.' Here she dabbed her sister's forehead
, and blew upon it a little.
Some help themselves with countenance and gesture, and are wise by signs; as Cicero saith of Piso, that when he answered him, he fetched one of his brows up to his forehead
, and bent the other down to his chin; Respondes, altero ad frontem sublato, altero ad mentum depresso supercilio, crudelitatem tibi non placere.
We lent to Alexander the strength of Hercules, The wisdom of our foreheads
, the cunning of our knees; We bowed our necks to service: they ne'er were loosed again,-- Make way there--way for the ten-foot teams Of the Forty-Pounder train!