And, again, and somewhat
profanely, 'Ask no questions,' he would tell his assistants,
resembles in its plastic nature our bookbinders' paste, is of a yellow colour, and somewhat
tart to the taste.
Her bridal adornments, it is true, at first caused some little dismay, having painted and anointed herself for the occasion according to the Chinook toilet; by dint, however, of copious ablutions, she was freed from all adventitious tint and fragrance, and entered into the nuptial state, the cleanest princess that had ever been known, of the somewhat
unctuous tribe of the Chinooks.
Thus a radiance has been created even out of the fiery and sulphurous curse that rests forever upon the valley--a radiance hurtful, however, to the eyes, and somewhat
bewildering, as I discovered by the changes which it wrought in the visages of my companions.
Owing to the vast antiquity, the style of architecture is somewhat
odd, but it is not for that reason the less strikingly picturesque.
It is strange how long some men will lie in wait to speak somewhat
they desire to say; and how far about they will fetch; and how many other matters they will beat over, to come near it.
His mother appeared in a cap and silver spectacles, and his father looked what in fact he was--an earnest, God-fearing man, somewhat
gaunt, in years about sixty-five, his pale face lined with thought and purpose.
He gave you somewhat
the idea of a coachman dressed up for the occasion.
The travelers were at first somewhat
awed by their surroundings, and even the Scarecrow seemed impressed as he examined the rich hangings of silver cloth caught up into knots and fastened with tiny silver axes.
The lady, too, was somewhat
chilly in her manner, as I discovered when I had time to reflect.
He had been known once or twice to yawn, and he had somewhat
the appearance of a man engaged in an earnest but at times not altogether successful attempt to kill time.
In order to avoid a conflict," the Moral Principle resumed, somewhat
uneasily, "I shall myself lie down and let you walk over me.
In transcribing his notes and fortifying their claim to attention by giving them something of an orderly arrangement, I have conscientiously refrained from embellishing them with such small ornaments of diction as I may have felt myself able to bestow, which would not only have been impertinent, even if pleasing, but would have given me a somewhat
closer relation to the work than I should care to have and to avow.
A profound silence ensued, and the speaker, in a somewhat
emphatic tone of voice, commenced as follows:
as in the case of Morris, his fluency is almost fatal--he sometimes pours out his melodious but vague emotion in forgetfulness of all proportion and restraint.