Two of the brutes were Wolf-beasts, and came forward with quivering
nostrils and glittering eyes; the third was the horrible nondescript of bear and bull.
He saw the forest god or demon rise from the vanquished foe, and placing a foot upon the still quivering
carcass, raise his face to the moon and bay out a hideous cry that froze the ebbing blood in the veins of the witch-doctor.
In a little while, One Eye noticed that the quills were drooping and that a great quivering
had set up.
The particular millionaire who owned the freehold of Wickham Place, and desired to erect Babylonian flats upon it--what right had he to stir so large a portion of the quivering
With aim aright, With quivering
flight, On LAMBKINS pouncing, Headlong down, sore-hungry, For lambkins longing, Fierce 'gainst all lamb-spirits, Furious-fierce all that look Sheeplike, or lambeyed, or crisp-woolly, --Grey, with lambsheep kindliness!
She knew that feeling and knew its signs, and saw them in Anna; saw the quivering, flashing light in her eyes, and the smile of happiness and excitement unconsciously playing on her lips, and the deliberate grace, precision, and lightness of her movements.
Yes, I suppose so," answered Anna, as it were wondering at the boldness of his question; but the irrepressible, quivering brilliance of her eyes and her smile set him on fire as she said it.
They are nourishing their greed on the quivering
flesh and the warm blood of the people - nothing else.
The strength that had come from resentment was all gone, and her lips were quivering
Word spreads that the private eye has hired Golgo 15, and the threat--if not the actual presence--of this fearsome assassin is enough to reduce the mobster to a quivering
with nervous vanity and unconscious destructiveness, Lange intriguingly conjures parallels between Amanda Wingfield and Williams's most famous beautiful dreamer, Blanche DuBois.
He has held himself up as an example, refusing to hide his quivering
hands and his inability to walk.