Perhaps she will never again suffer a poor, unworthy earthling to walk
in the shadow of her divine presence.
And here his descendants have been born and died, and have mingled their earthly substance with the soil, until no small portion of it must necessarily be akin to the mortal frame wherewith, for a little while, I walk
Certain it is, the place still continues under the sway of some witching power, that holds a spell over the minds of the good people, causing them to walk
in a continual reverie.
It will take us but ten minutes, but it's far enough to have made the child prefer not to walk
Some of my townsmen, it is true, can remember and have described to me some walks
which they took ten years ago, in which they were so blessed as to lose themselves for half an hour in the woods; but I know very well that they have confined themselves to the highway ever since, whatever pretensions they may make to belong to this select class.
he ain't no slave; he's as free as any cretur that walks
Whether you are asleep or awake he will attack you, caring nothing for the fact that in bulk and strength you are to him as are the massed armies of the earth to a sucking child; he lives both day and night and all days and nights in the very lap of peril and the immediate presence of death, and yet is no more afraid than is the man who walks
the streets of a city that was threatened by an earthquake ten centuries before.
Harriet was very ready to speak of the share he had had in their moonlight walks
and merry evening games; and dwelt a good deal upon his being so very goodhumoured and obliging.
About a mile and a half from the cottage, along the narrow winding valley of Allenham, which issued from that of Barton, as formerly described, the girls had, in one of their earliest walks
, discovered an ancient respectable looking mansion which, by reminding them a little of Norland, interested their imagination and made them wish to be better acquainted with it.
March's compliments, and would the ladies walk
down to supper.
For a moment he stood thus, rubbing his hands together and looking up and down the road, and then, fear overcoming him, ran back to walk
again upon the porch on his own house.
Jurgis had never expected to get married-- he had laughed at it as a foolish trap for a man to walk
into; but here, without ever having spoken a word to her, with no more than the exchange of half a dozen smiles, he found himself, purple in the face with embarrassment and terror, asking her parents to sell her to him for his wife--and offering his father's two horses he had been sent to the fair to sell.