As he curtsied along, with his eyes upturned
to the straw knobs imitative of golden globes at the summits of the beehive ricks, which indeed were gold of the best sort, you might have imagined him to be engaged in some pagan act of adoration.
As soon as his upturned
eyes caught a glimpse of me, he exclaimed in his usual dry tone, for the danger did not seem to daunt him in the least, 'Mate, do me the kindness not to fall until I get out of your way;' and then swinging himself more on one side, he continued his descent.
One or two strokes of a spade upturned
the blade of a large Spanish knife, and, as we dug farther, three or four loose pieces of gold and silver coin came to light.
He seemed to be holding it aloft in the rumbling, vaguely-flashing air, directly over the heads of his victims, and he fancied he could see their pale, upturned
slowly and with upturned
eyes ejaculated the trio, as, letting go their hold, the emancipated porker tumbled headlong among the Philistines, "El Emanu
Then she looked into my upturned
face with a very wistful smile.
It had two eyes like stars, and in similar livid points of light were picked out the two upturned
and open nostrils and the two ends of the wide and tight mouth.
Glinda leaned forward and kissed the sweet, upturned
face of the loving little girl.
He leant back against the hives, and with upturned
face made observations on the stars, whose cold pulses were beating amid the black hollows above, in serene dissociation from these two wisps of human life.
And then his arms were round her, and he was covering her upturned
face with kisses.
As the men picked up the bodies I noticed that the one who stooped to gather up the late Sator Throg started as his closer scrutiny fell upon the upturned
face, and then the fellow stole a furtive, sneaking glance in my direction from the corner of his eye.
But in that tick of time a quick step came behind me, and the light went out of the sweet face upturned
Where portions of the meadow had sunk, and where other portions had been broken up like an ice-floe, the cavernous openings of the one, and the ragged upturned
edges exposed by the other, were hung with a lace-work of soft-tinted crystals of sulphur that changed their deformities into quaint shapes and figures that were full of grace and beauty.
Again, a minute bit of bark has been upturned
by the scraping hand, and the direction of the break indicates the direction of the passage.
The woman looked at him intently, and ground her heel into his upturned