When I had bathed, they (I mean my aunt and Janet) enrobed me in a shirt and a pair
of trousers belonging to Mr.
It is a universal rule that each of a pair
of opposites of this type has reference to that to which the particular 'positive' is natural.
of the same sort of foot-wear, an old cap, and some worn-out woolen socks lay on the floor, and black and yellow oilskins swayed to and fro beside the bunks.
Then the wedded pair
walked back through two lines of joyous relations who did not belong to them, and whose only interest in their marriage was the delay caused to their own wedding by this gloomy bridal.
There was once a shoemaker, who worked very hard and was very honest: but still he could not earn enough to live upon; and at last all he had in the world was gone, save just leather enough to make one pair
Suddenly I heard the shuffling noise at my right, and, looking, saw another pair
of eyes, evidently approaching from an intersecting corridor.
Minnie May did not take kindly to the ipecac but Anne had not brought up three pairs
of twins for nothing.
Rub as she could, she could make nothing more of it: she was in a little dark shop, leaning with her elbows on the counter, and opposite to her was an old Sheep, sitting in an arm-chair knitting, and every now and then leaving off to look at her through a great pair
Just the same, he's better stock than that tough crowd you run with, if he can't make a livin' an' keep his wife in three pairs
But it was of funereal black cloth, and although relieved at one extremity by a pair
of high riding boots, in which his too short trousers were tucked, and at the other by a tall white hat, and cravat of aggressive yellow, the effect was depressing.
Hester Prynne went one day to the mansion of Governor Bellingham, with a pair
of gloves which she had fringed and embroidered to his order, and which were to be worn on some great occasion of state; for, though the chances of a popular election had caused this former ruler to descend a step or two from the highest rank, he still held an honourable and influential place among the colonial magistracy.
He was just as free to speak to gentlemen of his own rank as to those below him; for another day, when we were out, we met a Captain Langley, a friend of our master's; he was driving a splendid pair
of grays in a kind of break.