I warn'd thee, I admonish'd thee, foretold The danger, and the lurking
Enemie That lay in wait; beyond this had bin force, And force upon free Will hath here no place.
I should be delighted, of course," he replied with simulated confusion, but with a lurking
gleam in his eye that might have checked her, had she noticed it.
I was now, it seemed, cut off upon both sides; behind me the murderers, before me this lurking
If in the neighborhood of your camp there should be any hilly country, ponds surrounded by aquatic grass, hollow basins filled with reeds, or woods with thick undergrowth, they must be carefully routed out and searched; for these are places where men in ambush or insidious spies are likely to be lurking
There was so strange a characteristic in her manners and sentiments that it astonished every right-minded listener; till looking in her face, a lurking
and incomprehensible glance and smile perplexed them with doubts both as to her seriousness and sanity.
The Wind River Mountains are notorious in hunters' and trappers' stories: their rugged defiles, and the rough tracts about their neighborhood, having been lurking
places for the predatory hordes of the mountains, and scenes of rough encounter with Crows and Blackfeet.
The voyageurs pictured to themselves bands of fierce warriors stationed along each bank of the river, by whom they would be exposed to be shot down in their boats: or lurking
hordes, who would set on them at night, and massacre them in their encampments.
So here was the monstrous secret, ejected from its lurking
place into public view, in all its horrible deformity.
Laura Lyons of Coombe Tracey had written to Sir Charles Baskerville and made an appointment with him at the very place and hour that he met his death, the other that the lurking
man upon the moor was to be found among the stone huts upon the hillside.
There was something furtive and lurking
about her that Jerry did not fail to sense, and he had long since learned that something was wrong when any black lurked or skulked.
He felt the lurking
of danger, unseen and unguessed.
Though she spoke guardedly, her next words revealed suspicions of foul play lurking
in her mind--exactly reflecting similar suspicions lurking
in Crayford's mind--which so distressed the lieutenant, and so surprised his comrades, as to render them quite incapable of answering her.