No, indeed," said she, smiling; but perceiving the seriousness of his manner, she blushed deeply
touched and at the same time surprised him.
The quick eye of the Dyak chieftain recognized the prahu of Rajah Muda Saffir where it lay upon the beach, but he said nothing to his white companion of what it augured--it might be well to discover how the land lay before he committed himself too deeply
to either faction.
Being too deeply
engaged with the clouds to look round, I had supposed this pretty speech to be addressed to some second person.
When the man was dead an examination disclosed the unmistakable marks of an animal's fangs deeply
sunken into the jugular vein.
While she thus remonstrated, I took up a book, and laying it open on the table before me, pretended to be deeply
absorbed in its perusal, for I was equally unable to justify myself and unwilling to acknowledge my errors; and I wished to have nothing to say on the matter.
And yet the public attention was so deeply
interested in the details of the trial that the occurrence of a ministerial crisis was completely unnoticed at the time.
Fellow-suffering, however, is the deepest abyss: as deeply
as man looketh into life, so deeply
also doth he look into suffering.
It was a splendid set of four horses with bells, and in a second you flashed by, and I saw you at the window--you were sitting like this, holding the strings of your cap in both hands, and thinking awfully deeply
about something," he said, smiling.
I saw no cause for their unhappiness, but I was deeply
affected by it.
You will be able to help Lucille through the annoyance to which I deeply
regret that she should be subjected.
I am deeply
obliged to you--most deeply
obliged to you-- for your interest in his behalf; but my dear ma'am, it is a mistaken one, I do assure you.