The miller thought she must mean one of his puppies or kittens, so promised the nixy at once what she asked, and returned to his mill full
/Across the threshold of this door lay a skin bag, formed of a goat- skin, that appeared to be full
My heart that once was full
of light Is but a dying moon to-night.
is the earth of the superfluous; marred is life by the many-too-many.
Agamemnon led them on, and slew first Bienor, a leader of his people, and afterwards his comrade and charioteer Oileus, who sprang from his chariot and was coming full
towards him; but Agamemnon struck him on the forehead with his spear; his bronze visor was of no avail against the weapon, which pierced both bronze and bone, so that his brains were battered in and he was killed in full
And it was a NEW ONE, full
of wasps, and they all flew out and STUNG US TERRIBLY, on the face and hands.
Like a mob of young collegians, they are full
of fight, fun, and wickedness, tumbling round the world at such a reckless, rollicking rate, that no prudent underwriter would insure them any more than he would a riotous lad at Yale or Harvard.
Suddenly I came to myself and, with that strange instinct which seems ever to prompt me to my duty, I seized the cudgel, which had fallen to the floor at the commencement of the battle, and swinging it with all the power of my earthly arms I crashed it full
upon the head of the ape, crushing his skull as though it had been an eggshell.
He's more to be pitied than anything," a man from New York drawled, as he lay at full
length along the cushions under the wet skylight.
I've always longed for lots of boys, and never had enough, now I can fill the house full
and revel in the little dears to my heart's content.
I could now see her dress in full
daylight; a neat, simple mousseline-laine gown fitted her compact round shape to perfection--delicate little collar and manchettes of lace, trim Parisian brodequins showed her neck, wrists, and feet, to complete advantage; but how grave was her face as she came suddenly upon me!
Why the apparent ease with which I seemingly deceived them did not rouse my suspicions I know not, unless it was that my mind was still so full
of that fleeting glimpse of my beloved princess that there was room in it for naught else.