She walked helplessly
around the harbour filled with vessels, and knocked against hawsers.
We gazed helplessly
at the systematic, cold, gray-eyed obstinacy of the Easterly weather, while short rations became the order of the day, and the pinch of hunger under the breast-bone grew familiar to every sailor in that held-up fleet.
he said, laying such an emphasis on "my friends" that several of the dogs rolled over helplessly
on their backs and began to lick Bruno's feet.
For my own part, I scarcely knew whether I was helplessly
falling from the heights above, or whether the fearful rapidity with which I descended was an act of my own volition.
A new smell filled his nostrils; wet and clammy chills ran down his back, and he was helplessly
full of salt water.
The man turned helplessly
and drifted towards the boys.
A berg that seemed ready to carry the world before it would ground helplessly
in deep water, reel over, and wallow in a lather of foam and mud and flying frozen spray, while a much smaller and lower one would rip and ride into the flat floe, flinging tons of ice on either side, and cutting a track half a mile long before it was stopped.
We are not English," said my companion, watching me helplessly
while I threw open the shutters of one of the divisions of the wide high window.
It was a yearning that the most cherished of children could never satisfy and as she watched Martin and Rose her position seemed to her to be that of a hungry pauper, brought to the table of a rich gourmand, there to look on helplessly
while the other toyed carelessly with the precious morsels of which she was in such extreme need.
Far away on the path we saw Sir Henry looking back, his face white in the moonlight, his hands raised in horror, glaring helplessly
at the frightful thing which was hunting him down.
Philip,' I cried helplessly
, `ask this man what he wants.
So one would have thought," said the other helplessly
The precious moments were slipping away, but he had forgotten everything that he had meant to say to her and could only helplessly
brood on the mystery of their remoteness and their proximity, which seemed to be symbolised by the fact of their sitting so close to each other, and yet being unable to see each other's faces.
But now this head was swaying helplessly
with the uneven movements of the bearers, and the cold listless gaze fixed itself upon nothing.
When Rosamond's convulsed throat was subsiding into calm, and she withdrew the handkerchief with which she had been hiding her face, her eyes met Dorothea's as helplessly
as if they had been blue flowers.