In that state of mind which rendered nobody
uneasy, his thoughtfulness would have turned principally on the man at his side.
Nobody knows what I've gone through -- nobody can know but myself.
He's scared to leave home for fear his mother will take a spell and nobody there but the hired girl.
They had two great hooks like arms, for carrying trays; and they were painted pea-green, or vermilion, or black for convenience of distinction; in every other way they were only automatic machines and nobody would have looked twice at them.
stone's throw of your house is a fellow who badly wants your help; he's perpetually being haunted and threatened by an invisible enemy --a scoundrel whom nobody has even seen.
He said he had had experience of crooks of all kinds, in top hats and in rags; he wasn't so green as to expect suspicious characters to look suspicious; he looked out for anybody, and, so help him, there had been nobody.
I've got a right to ask any man, duke or dustman, what he wants in these flats," said the genial and gold-laced giant, "and I'll swear there's been nobody to ask since this gentleman went away.
She was nobody when he married her, barely the daughter of a gentleman; but ever since her being turned into a Churchill she has outChurchill'd them all in high and mighty claims: but in herself, I assure you, she is an upstart.
A year and a half is the very utmost that they can have lived at West Hall; and how they got their fortune nobody knows.
Elton was wanting notice, which nobody had inclination to pay, and she was herself in a worry of spirits which would have made her prefer being silent.
But nemmine, I's gwine to happen aroun' dah one o' dese days en let on dat I reckon he wants to print a chillen's fingers ag'in; en if HE don't notice dey's changed, I bound dey ain't nobody
gwine to notice it, en den I's safe, sho'.
After she had passed fifty, nobody
could tell her age; erect and silent always, she resembled a wooden figure working automatically.
Well, nobody come after me, and it ain't right I'm always kept down; I don't get no show.
They all asked me questions, and I told them how pap and me and all the family was living on a little farm down at the bottom of Arkansaw, and my sister Mary Ann run off and got married and never was heard of no more, and Bill went to hunt them and he warn't heard of no more, and Tom and Mort died, and then there warn't nobody but just me and pap left, and he was just trimmed down to nothing, on account of his troubles; so when he died I took what there was left, because the farm didn't belong to us, and started up the river, deck passage, and fell overboard; and that was how I come to be here.
Poor Emmeline made poetry about all the dead people when she was alive, and it didn't seem right that there warn't nobody to make some about her now she was gone; so I tried to sweat out a verse or two myself, but I couldn't seem to make it go somehow.