The position of the lights rendered objects in the batteau distinguishable
, both from the canoe and the shore; and the heavy fall on the water drew all eyes to the steward, as he lay struggling, for a moment, in sight.
And, then, as the black falcon wing on the banners of the advancing horsemen became distinguishable
, they saw that it was the Outlaw of Torn.
From below came the sound of voices, quite distinguishable
upon the still night air.
Jerry remembered another high-grass adventure, when he and his brother Michael had fought Owmi, another black distinguishable
for the cogged wheels of an alarm clock on his chest.
A person distinguishable
from a civilian by his uniform
As for those captive tribes, themselves were they Who wrought their own captivity, fell off From God to worship calves, the deities Of Egypt, Baal next and Ashtaroth, And all the idolatries of heathen round, Besides their other worse than heathenish crimes; Nor in the land of their captivity Humbled themselves, or penitent besought The God of their forefathers, but so died Impenitent, and left a race behind Like to themselves, distinguishable
scarce From Gentiles, but by circumcision vain, And God with idols in their worship joined.
Among the stumps and trunks of the fallen saplings, those that had been hacked "China fashion" were no longer distinguishable
from those that were cut "'Melican way.
Plenty of time," answered a soft voice with an underlying melancholy in it, plainly distinguishable
though it had only spoken three words.
Presently, she heard a series of loud double knocks at the street- door, and after every knock some new voice in the next room; the tones of Mr Ralph Nickleby were easily distinguishable
at first, but by degrees they merged into the general buzz of conversation, and all she could ascertain was, that there were several gentlemen with no very musical voices, who talked very loud, laughed very heartily, and swore more than she would have thought quite necessary.
A great deal of loud talking was distinguishable
in this racket, which was rather too early in the morning.
And this in many degrees; the last and greatest of which seems scarce distinguishable
from madness;--I mean where persons of immense fortunes contract themselves to those who are, and must be, disagreeable to them--to fools and knaves--in order to increase an estate already larger even than the demands of their pleasures.
Even if this should happen, however, they would still be distinguishable
from sensations by their proximate causal laws, as gases remain distinguishable