Her breathing was audible, rising and falling in deep heavy gasps.
Nothing visible, nothing audible, had given her any intelligible warning of its appearance.
While those wild words were pouring from her lips, the rumbling of carriage wheels became audible
on the drive in front of the house.
It fell straight, and true as a die; clove the water with a scarcely audible
splash; and was gone.
Thoroughly persuaded, in the end, that he had made them miserable by his severity, he dismissed them with a small present, and an admonition to walk quietly home, without any leapings, scufflings, or turnings out of the way; which injunction, he informed the schoolmaster in the same audible
confidence, he did not think he could have obeyed when he was a boy, had his life depended on it.
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