There was a moment during which I listened, reminded of the faint sense I had had, the first night, of there being something undefinably astir in the house, and noted the soft breath of the open casement
just move the half-drawn blind.
She was in the adjoining chamber while she still spoke, and opening the casement
there, immediately called Mr.
She was sitting near the window, and as soon as Sir John perceived her, he left the rest of the party to the ceremony of knocking at the door, and stepping across the turf, obliged her to open the casement
to speak to him, though the space was so short between the door and the window, as to make it hardly possible to speak at one without being heard at the other.
I was the butt of a hundred arrows; they rattled on mine armour like hailstones against a latticed casement
, and the only use I made of my shield was for her protection.
I open wide my casement
To breathe the rain-cooled air.
Hold your tongue, stupid fellow," said D'Artagnan; and laying hold of the casement
, he let himself gently down from the first story, which fortunately was not very elevated, without doing himself the slightest injury.
The figure of the aged woman in the most gorgeous of her mildewed velvets and brocades was seen passing from casement
, until she paused before the balcony, and flourished a huge key above her head.
I stepped to the unobstructed casement
, withdrew the nail with some difficulty and attempted to raise the sash.
The window of one of the houses looking on the square was opened too, the casement
of the house where Buckingham resided.
Where the lamps quiver So far in the river, With many a light From window and casement
From garret to basement, She stood, with amazement, Houseless by night.
As the looking-glass was only large enough to reflect a very small portion of Tess's person at one time, Mrs Durbeyfield hung a black cloak outside the casement
, and so made a large reflector of the panes, as it is the wont of bedecking cottagers to do.
By day, one could admire the variety of its edifices, all sculptured in stone or wood, and already presenting complete specimens of the different domestic architectures of the Middle Ages, running back from the fifteenth to the eleventh century, from the casement
which had begun to dethrone the arch, to the Roman semicircle, which had been supplanted by the ogive, and which still occupies, below it, the first story of that ancient house de la Tour Roland, at the corner of the Place upon the Seine, on the side of the street with the Tannerie.