He forced back the gathering shadows of death, as he forced his clenched
right hand to remain clenched
, and to cover his wound.
We had stopped near the centre of the long table, and Miss Havisham, with one of her withered arms stretched out of the chair, rested that clenched
hand upon the yellow cloth.
Thou dost less honour to my extended palm than to my clenched
fist,'' said the Monarch; ``thou didst only kneel to the one, and to the other didst prostrate thyself.
Their tallest trees are about seven feet high: I mean some of those in the great royal park, the tops whereof I could but just reach with my fist clenched
her hands together, and her voice seemed to catch in her throat.
Still, the instant's delay brought Rikki-tikki up to her, and as she plunged into the rat-hole where she and Nag used to live, his little white teeth were clenched
on her tail, and he went down with her--and very few mongooses, however wise and old they may be, care to follow a cobra into its hole.
A sob which Mordaunt could not repress burst from his throat and his livid face became suffused with blood; he clenched
his fists, sweat covered his face, his hair, like Hamlet's, stood on end, and racked with fury he cried out:
He raised his face and both his clenched
fists slowly to heaven.
my hands, seeking to control my irritation.
Philip felt inclined to cry, but he had an instinctive disinclination to letting other people see his tears, and he clenched
his teeth to prevent the sobs from escaping.
And Dunyasha, with clenched
teeth, without replying but with an aggrieved look on her face, hastily got into the coach to rearrange the seat.
A woman wearing the same kind of clothes as people in other houses wear, told us to go up to the second floor, and she grinned at David, as if she had heard about him; so up we went, David muttering through his clenched
teeth, "I sha'n't laugh," and as soon as we knocked a voice called out, "Here we are again