demanded he of the shabby
coat, shifting his ferocious gaze from me to the young lady.
Strange to think that the shabby
little man at my side had them all fast locked, pictures upon pictures, in his brain, and as we were talking was back again in goodness knows what remote latitude.
A half-caste, in a ragged turban and a shabby
ulster, grinned a hideous greeting as he thrust a bottle of brandy and two tumblers in front of them.
Sixteen years being bullied by nurses and schoolmasters at their own sweet will; five in London grinding hard at medicine, bad food, shabby
vice, a blunder,-- I didn't know any better,--and hustled off to this beastly island.
This appeal is not always a charm, for there are estuaries of a particularly dispiriting ugliness: lowlands, mud- flats, or perhaps barren sandhills without beauty of form or amenity of aspect, covered with a shabby
and scanty vegetation conveying the impression of poverty and uselessness.
It was a large shabby
parlor, with a fine old painted ceiling and a strange figure sitting alone at one of the windows.
I should be very silly,' said he, 'if I went to that shabby
house, and left this charming place'; so he went into the smart house, and ate and drank at his ease, and forgot the bird, and his country too.
It was a tall, shabby
building, that cannot have been painted for years, and it had so bedraggled an air that the houses on each side of it looked neat and clean.
He wore shabby
black clothes, with holes at the elbows of his coat and frayed trousers.
He had on a shabby
cadet jacket, decorated with a soldier's cross, equally shabby
cadet's riding breeches lined with worn leather, and an officer's saber with a sword knot.
We are on a perilous margin when we begin to look passively at our future selves, and see our own figures led with dull consent into insipid misdoing and shabby
But the sweetest incident of Anne's sojourn in Bolingbroke was the visit to her birthplace -- the little shabby
yellow house in an out-of-the-way street she had so often dreamed about.
Your young lady goes out for a walk, and she meets with a dirty, shabby
old beggar--I look like a shabby
old beggar already, don't I?
He was a dark, heavy-browed, strongly-built man, dressed in a shabby
old naval officer's uniform.
But in spite of his poverty and shabby
clothes, he was a leader at college as he had been at school, and might often be seen at his college gates with a crowd of young men round him, "entertaining them with wit and keeping them from their studies.