Such was the effect of this simple piece of crape, that more than one woman of delicate nerves was forced to leave the meeting-house.
Such was its immediate effect on the guests that a cloud seemed to have rolled duskily from beneath the black crape, and dimmed the light of the candles.
But that piece of crape, to their imagination, seemed to hang down before his heart, the symbol of a fearful secret between him and them.
After he had seated himself, she fixed her eyes steadfastly upon the veil, but could discern nothing of the dreadful gloom that had so overawed the multitude: it was but a double fold of crape, hanging down from his forehead to his mouth, and slightly stirring with his breath.
Come as Lady Crawley, if you like," the Baronet said, grasping his crape
There was no point in it; the mad thing was done for my benefit, as I knew at once and he afterward confessed; but the lunatic reappeared on the balcony, bowing like a mountebank--in his crape mask!
And Raffles was looking humbly in her face, the crape mask snatched from his own.
This trivial crape
expresses sensibilities which I summon Mr.
On this last day, he was more elated and more proud than he had been yet; and when she dropped the book she had been reading to him aloud, and fell upon his neck, he stopped in his busy task of folding a piece of crape
about his hat, and wondered at her anguish.
Lucy, who had laid aside her black for the first time, and had her pretty slimness set off by an abundant dress of white crape
, was the acknowledged queen of the occasion; for this was one of the Miss Guests' thoroughly condescending parties, including no member of any aristocracy higher than that of St.
A day or two after the Quilp tea-party at the Wilderness, Mr Swiveller walked into Sampson Brass's office at the usual hour, and being alone in that Temple of Probity, placed his hat upon the desk, and taking from his pocket a small parcel of black crape
, applied himself to folding and pinning the same upon it, after the manner of a hatband.
The king hastened on board, expecting to find his sandal-wood converted into crapes
and damasks, and other rich stuffs of China, but found, to his astonishment, by the legerdemain of traffic, his cargo had all disappeared, and, in place of it, remained a bill of charges amounting to three thousand dollars.