I was so identified with my secret double that I did not even mention the fact in those scanty, fearful whispers
About fifty yards from the hotel, at the first cross-road, as he passed through the crowd of foot-passengers sauntering along, someone touched his shoulder, and said in a whisper
into his ear:
he heard one of the servants say in a frightened whisper
Thus addressing one another in whispers
, the three stepdaughters of Lady Winwood stood bewildered in their own drawing-room, helplessly confronting an object which appeared before them on the threshold of the door.
But the circumstance about him which impressed me most, was, that he had no voice, but spoke in a whisper
No sunlight could enter at the darkened eyes, and none were near to whisper
gentle words, to cheer and comfort.
Now, to me the elm-leaves whisper
Mad, discordant melodies, And keen melodies like shadows Haunt the moaning willow trees, And the sycamores with laughter Mock me in the nightly breeze.
The young man understood that it was indispensable that he should whisper
something in her ear, a commonplace, a gallant compliment, no matter what.
he always replied, very brave but in a whisper
, as if he feared the bears and wolves might have him.
that some kind spirit would whisper
those words in his ear,' I inwardly exclaimed.
One was dead, but the other was still conscious and had just sufficient vitality left after the coming of his fellows to whisper
that they had been treacherously shot by the younger white man who had been at the long-house where they had found Muda Saffir--then the fellow expired without having an opportunity to divulge the secret hiding place of the treasure, over the top of which his body lay.
That accounts for it," said Polly, when Tom's long whisper
it,' said the Messenger, putting his hands to his mouth in the shape of a trumpet, and stooping so as to get close to the King's ear.
And the bridal pair tried several times to understand what they had to do, and each time made some mistake and were corrected by the priest in a whisper
At times he would leave me, but not for long; then he would return and whisper