He needed to bask himself in that smile, he said, in order that the chill
of so many lonely hours among his books might be taken off the scholar's heart.
Then the steps retreated, and the voices died away in the distance; the noise of the door, with its creaking hinges and bolts ceased, and a silence more sombre than that of solitude ensued, -- the silence of death, which was all-pervasive, and struck its icy chill
to the very soul of Dantes.
These deep recesses, though protected from the winds that assail the summits of their lofty sides, are damp and chill
to a degree that one would hardly anticipate in such a climate; and being unprovided with anything but our woollen frocks and thin duck trousers to resist the cold of the place, we were the more solicitous to render our habitation for the night as comfortable as we could.
I grant you the name is good in itself, and Lord Edmund or Sir Edmund sound delightfully; but sink it under the chill
, the annihilation of a Mr.
A cool breath from the snows met us about five miles out of Kalka, and she whined for her coat, wisely fearing a chill
on the liver.
A new smell filled his nostrils; wet and clammy chills
ran down his back, and he was helplessly full of salt water.
However, on Saturday morning, Kennedy, as he awoke, complained of lassitude and feverish chills
This naturally led to some pleasant chat about sciatica, fevers, chills
, lung diseases, and bronchitis; and Harris said how very awkward it would be if one of us were taken seriously ill in the night, seeing how far away we were from a doctor.
Paley, who with head slightly drooped was regarding the cake with speculative affection), "and father has to be very careful about chills
in winter which means a great deal of running about, because he won't look after himself, any more than you will, Arthur
Why you make the cold chills
run up my spine," she ended, laughing.
Form triumphed over substance, if triumph it could be called where the last conceivable atom of substance had found expression in so perfect construction as to make Martin's head swim with delight, to put passionate tears into his eyes, and to send chills
creeping up and down his back.
I wish you wouldn't say 'hee-haw' so much," Polychrome begged him; "it makes cold chills
run down my back.