He approached the further end of the cavern
, to an outlet, which, like the others, was concealed by blankets; and removing the thick screen, breathed the fresh and reviving air from the cataract.
We put all the other things handy at the back of the cavern
It is neither more nor less than the door of a cavern
which they use as a smoke-house for the preparation of mutton hams.
I suppose the vegetable folk were always afraid to enter this cavern
because it is dark; but we have our lanterns to light the way, so I propose that we start out and discover where this tunnel in the mountain leads to.
And the King paced up and down his cavern
more angry than before.
He might easily have eluded them, for he had seen that the face of the cliff rising above the mouth of the cavern
might be scaled by as good a climber as himself.
The comely woman of whom I spoke was called So-ta, and she took such a lively interest in me that To-jo finally objected to her attentions, emphasizing his displeasure by knocking her down and kicking her into a corner of the cavern
The meal completed, they led me well within the cavern
, which they lighted with torches stuck in various crevices in the light of which I saw, to my astonishment, that the walls were covered with paintings and etchings.
One is seated, resting his back against the side of the cavern
When they had nearly filled the throne room they formed ranks in the big underground cavern
below, and then stood still until they were told what to do next.
When Gabriel Grub had had time to fetch his breath, which the rapidity of his descent had for the moment taken away, he found himself in what appeared to be a large cavern
, surrounded on all sides by crowds of goblins, ugly and grim; in the centre of the room, on an elevated seat, was stationed his friend of the churchyard; and close behind him stood Gabriel Grub himself, without power of motion.
There exists a monition of the Bishop of Durham against irregular churchmen of this class, who associated themselves with Border robbers, and desecrated the holiest offices of the priestly function, by celebrating them for the benefit of thieves, robbers, and murderers, amongst ruins and in caverns
of the earth, without regard to canonical form, and with torn and dirty attire, and maimed rites, altogether improper for the occasion.