As soon as their merriment
had somewhat subsided, Mehevi, motioning us to be attentive, dipped the forefinger of his right hand in the dish, and giving it a rapid and scientific twirl, drew it out coated smoothly with the preparation.
The divine and s his daughter remained as inmates of the mansion-house during the night, and the excess of last night’s merriment
c induced the gentlemen to make an early retreat to their several apartments, Long before midnight, the whole s family were invisible.
Sometimes he would walk a long distance, gazing aloft at the great white swelling clouds that moved slowly across the deep blue sky; anon he would stop and drink in the fullness of life of all things, for the hedgerows were budding tenderly and the grass of the meadows was waxing long and green; again he would stand still and listen to the pretty song of the little birds in the thickets or hearken to the clear crow of the cock daring the sky to rain, whereat he would laugh, for it took but little to tickle Robin's heart into merriment
As soon as he had left the room the general merriment
stopped and the guests began to converse sensibly and quietly with one another.
The General spoke very earnestly and impressively, but when he had finished the bear-man began to laugh as if much amused, and his laughter seemed to be echoed by a chorus of merriment
from an unseen multitude.
Men and women danced in moccasins, and the place was soon a-roar, Burning Daylight the centre of it and the animating spark, with quip and jest and rough merriment
rousing them out of the slough of despond in which he had found them.
Bashti held his lean sides with merriment
while tears of purest joy ran down his prodigiously wrinkled cheeks.
By some mysterious influence which she was unable to trace, the boisterous merriment
of the two girls had roused in her a sense of revolt against the life that she was leading.
asked Ozma, her pretty eyes dancing with merriment
The persons about him pointed at the object in his hand and their merriment
increased as he dropped it and it went rolling among their feet.
It was impossible for anyone to be shy or sober, for such gales of merriment
arose they blew the starch out of the stiffest, and made the saddest jolly.
I achieved a false exhilaration, drugged myself to merriment
Why, your friend, the Tin Woodman, has become the funniest thing you can imagine," replied the King, wiping the tears of merriment
from his eyes.
was now at an end, and the subsequent discourse consisted only of grave relations of matters of fact, and of as grave observations upon them; a species of conversation, in which, though there is much of dignity and instruction, there is but little entertainment.
And verily, I am well-disposed to mine eternal fate, because it doth not hound and hurry me, but leaveth me time for merriment
and mischief; so that I have to-day ascended this high mountain to catch fish.