Anne, really tired
herself, was glad to sit down; and she very soon heard Captain Wentworth and Louisa in the hedge-row, behind her, as if making their way back along the rough, wild sort of channel, down the centre.
They wanted to carry his bag and his trunk and everything he had--and one of the bigger ones even carried Gub-Gub who had got tired
"When they got to us, and Buffalo Bill saw the child lying there so white, he said, 'My God!' and the sound of his voice brought her to herself, and she gave a little cry of pleasure and struggled to get up, but couldn't, and the soldiers gathered her up like the tenderest women, and their eyes were wet and they were not ashamed, when they saw her arm dangling; and so were Buffalo Bill's, and when they laid her in his arms he said, 'My darling, how does this come?' and she said, 'We came to save you, but I was tired
, and couldn't keep awake, and fell off and hurt myself, and couldn't get on again.' 'You came to save me, you dear little rat?
He felt very tired
, and hunger was gnawing at his entrails, but he could not sit still; he was constantly afraid of being spoken to by a policeman.
No one would own that they were tired
of the experiment, but by Friday night each acknowledged to herself that she was glad the week was nearly done.
no, my love; but you will soon be tired
. There will be a great many people talking at once.
When she got tired
she set the elephants in order and shut the door of the cabinet.
But I am very tired
of it!...I'm sick and tired
of having a forest and a torture-chamber in my house and of living like a mountebank, in a house with a false bottom!...I'm tired
"I am in rather a desperate one if that is anything," she said, looking at him with something of the old light in her tired
She smiled to herself at vagrant impulses which arose from nowhere and suggested that she rumple his hair; while he desired greatly, when they tired
of reading, to rest his head in her lap and dream with closed eyes about the future that was to be theirs.