I believe it's full of
diamonds," he said, in an awed whisper; and, indeed, the idea of a small goat-skin full of
diamonds is enough to awe anybody.
The air was full of
the perfume of apple bloom, and the bees blundered foolishly and delightfully from one blossom to another, half drunken with perfume.
A curious proof of the subtlety of these Paul Ferroll books in the appeal they made to the imagination is the fact that I came to them fresh from 'Romolo,' and full of
horror for myself in Tito; yet I sympathized throughout with Paul Ferroll, and was glad when he got away.
The place was packed as full of
smells as a bale is of cotton.
The wood behind seemed full of
the stir and murmur of a great company!
Hock is full of
fancy, and all wines are by their very nature full of
reminiscence, the golden tears and red blood of summers that are gone.
Happy he who, like Ulysses, has made an adventurous voyage; and there is no such sea for adventurous voyages as the Mediterranean - the inland sea which the ancients looked upon as so vast and so full of
It was Christmas Eve, with its loads a holly and mistletoe, and the town was very full of
strangers who had come in from all parts of the country on account of the day.
I am full of
gratitude towards you--I am indeed full for all that you have done for me, I am most sensible of your goodness; but, to think that I should be forced to see that, in spite of your own troubles (of which I have been the involuntary cause), you live for me alone--you live but for MY joys and MY sorrows and MY affection
This letter, so full of
generous sentiments, disappointed my hopes," Benassis resumed, "so that at first I could think of nothing but my misery; afterwards I welcomed the balm which, in her forgetfulness of self, she had tried to pour into my wounds, but in my first despair I wrote to her somewhat bitterly:
for ye make clean the outside of the cup and of the platter; but within, they are full of
extortion and excess.