Many sound bees had nursed on that frame, well knowing their work was useless; but the actual sight of even useless work destroyed disheartens a good worker.
The father held up the frame where the bees had experimented in circular cell-work.
Thy sensible frame, too, shall soon be all perfect.
A heightened flush of the cheek, a slight irregularity of breath, a quiver of the eyelid, a hardly perceptible tremor through the frame,--such were the details which, as the moments passed, he wrote down in his folio volume.
Pierre seized the crossbeam, tugged, and wrenched the oak frame
out with a crash.
But never had he attempted to frame
lofty thoughts in words.
Her eyes were darting flames of unreasoning rage and her frame
trembled with eagerness for a fight.
I laid the newspaper slip on the table, in no very Christian frame
of mind toward the persons concerned in producing it.
Sergey Ivanovitch had caught nothing, but he was not bored, and seemed in the most cheerful frame
One of the phenomena which had peculiarly attracted my attention was the structure of the human frame, and, indeed, any animal endued with life.
Although I possessed the capacity of bestowing animation, yet to prepare a frame for the reception of it, with all its intricacies of fibres, muscles, and veins, still remained a work of inconceivable difficulty and labour.
The surface of the frame
was black with what appeared at first sight to be a thick, bubbling fluid of some sort, pouring viscously to and fro as if some hidden fire had been lighted beneath it.
There were many oil-paintings on the walls, mostly without frames
, and I must mention the chandelier, which was obviously of fabulous worth, for she had encased it in a holland bag.
The impostors requested him very courteously to be so good as to come nearer their looms; and then asked him whether the design pleased him, and whether the colors were not very beautiful; at the same time pointing to the empty frames
The sophistical comfort came in reflected gleams from the decayed furniture, the raggcd brocade upholstery of a couch and two chairs, a footwide cheap pier glass between the two windows, from one or two gilt picture frames
and a brass bedstead in a corner.