I collided with people, fell down; and all the time I was screaming with terror.
I told him of the terrors of that early time, of Lop-Ear and the pranks we played, of the gibbering councils, and of the Fire People and their squatting places.
Now he was in total darkness, and again terror
rode heavily astride his neck.
The sight that met the eyes of the foremost savages inspired more terror
within their superstitious breasts than would the presence of Sheeta, for they saw only the result of a ferocious attack upon one of their fellows.
But even when he understood the cause of his terror
he could not shake it off.
I was in mortal terror
of the young man who wanted my heart and liver; I was in mortal terror
of my interlocutor with the ironed leg; I was in mortal terror
of myself, from whom an awful promise had been extracted; I had no hope of deliverance through my all-powerful sister, who repulsed me at every turn; I am afraid to think of what I might have done, on requirement, in the secrecy of my terror
Nor can it be questioned from what stands on legendary record of this noble horse, that it was his spiritual whiteness chiefly, which so clothed him with divineness; and that this divineness had that in it which, though commanding worship, at the same time enforced a certain nameless terror
Once he uttered a piercing call that reverberated through the jungle; but Tantor, in the panic of terror
, either failed to hear, or hearing, dared not pause to heed.
It was Passepartout who, playing his part with a happy audacity, had passed through the crowd amid the general terror
In the gray of the morning the two students, pallid and haggard from anxiety and with the terror
of their adventure still beating tumultuously in their blood, met at the medical college.
Suddenly her horse raised his head and snorted, and with a little cry of terror
the girl sprang to her feet.
Just then the gong sounds, an' I can see the Terror
startin' for me.
Even her natural terror
of being left alone in the awful jungle was submerged in a greater horror as she saw the man and the beast spring simultaneously upon their prey and drag it down, as she saw the handsome face of her preserver contorted in a bestial snarl; as she saw his strong, white teeth buried in the soft flesh of the kill.
The nurse, having placed the beverage prepared by the doctor within reach of the patient, and locked the door, was listening with terror
to the comments of the servants in the kitchen, and storing her memory with all the horrible stories which had for some months past amused the occupants of the ante-chambers in the house of the king's attorney.
The disposition of Mrs Fitzpatrick was more timorous; for, though the greater terrors
had conquered the less, and the presence of her husband had driven her away at so unseasonable an hour from Upton, yet, being now arrived at a place where she thought herself safe from his pursuit, these lesser terrors
of I know not what operated so strongly, that she earnestly entreated her cousin to stay till the next morning, and not expose herself to the dangers of travelling by night.