It was not a large one, but it made noise
enough for a panorama.
Anna Maria was about to argue the point, when all at once there began to be other sounds up above--the rasping noise
of a saw; and the noise
of a little dog, scratching and yelping!
Rocinante took fright at the noise
of the water and of the blows, but quieting him Don Quixote advanced step by step towards the houses, commending himself with all his heart to his lady, imploring her support in that dread pass and enterprise, and on the way commending himself to God, too, not to forget him.
Suddenly another idea took possession of his mind, so used to misfortune, that it was scarcely capable of hope -- the idea that the noise
was made by workmen the governor had ordered to repair the neighboring dungeon.
Whilst the unknown was viewing these lights with interest, and lending an ear to the various noises
, Master Cropole entered his apartment, followed by two attendants, who laid the cloth for his meal.
I could not help feeling that if he obtained some evidence for his senses by any sort of noise
, voice, or movement, his madness would gain strength enough to burst the lock.
Everybody has their taste in noises
as well as in other matters; and sounds are quite innoxious, or most distressing, by their sort rather than their quantity.
He was just about to resume his trudge in the twilight, telling himself it was no affair of his, but instinctively twisting and untwisting twenty theories about what the odd noises
This was just what Tom had reckoned upon; and now he began to set up a great shout, making all the noise
Using his long arms as a man uses crutches, and rolling his huge carcass from side to side with each stride, the great king ape paced to and fro, uttering deep growls, occasionally punctuated with the ear-piercing scream, than which there is no more terrifying noise
in all the jungle.
With a portion of the broken chair he recommenced the noise
After all the preceding noise
the sound of their old voices saying one after another, "I agree," or for variety, "I too am of that opinion," and so on had even a mournful effect.
at the tent door behind him brought his head quickly about and away from the girl.
But the cub knew what it was, and with a last, long wail that had in it more of triumph than grief, he ceased his noise
and waited for the coming of his mother, of his ferocious and indomitable mother who fought and killed all things and was never afraid.
Suddenly, as they were about to boldly enter through the opening, there arose a harsh clamor of sound that swelled and echoed on every side, until they were nearly deafened by the racket and had to put their fingers to their ears to keep the noise