He was in old-time iron armor from head to heel, with a helmet on his head the shape of a nail-keg with slits in it; and he had a shield, and a sword, and a pro- digious spear; and his horse had armor on, too, and a steel horn projecting from his forehead, and gorgeous red and green
silk trappings that hung down all around him like a bedquilt, nearly to the ground.
It was a prettily furnished room, with a piano and some lively furniture in red and green
, and some flowers.
A great roofless palace crowned the hill, and the marble of the courtyards and the fountains was split, and stained with red and green
, and the very cobblestones in the courtyard where the king's elephants used to live had been thrust up and apart by grasses and young trees.
At home they might hear political and ecclesiastical secrets intended not for them but for their husbands and brothers, and might even issue commands in the name of a priestly Circle; out of doors the striking combination of red and green
, without addition of any other colours, would be sure to lead the common people into endless mistakes, and the Women would gain whatever the Circles lost, in the deference of the passers by.
He became like the man who lost his legs at the approach of the red and green
I see nothing but faces a yard broad; in short, it seems to me that nature herself wears a holiday garb, and that the trees, instead of leaves and flowers, are covered with red and green
ribbons as on gala days.
Then he called his daughter and the children, then the apprentices, girls and boys, and they all ran up the street to look at the bird, and saw how splendid it was with its red and green
feathers, and its neck like burnished gold, and eyes like two bright stars in its head.
Only a couple of fields away shone the red and green
lights of the railway track.
Nor did she take interest in the two men beside her till both lights, red and green
, came into view as the anchor checked the onward way.
When Alexander walked back to his hotel, the red and green
lights were blinking along the docks on the farther shore, and the soft white stars were shining in the wide sky above the river.
After a time her mood changed and she wept as she carried little Tommie into another room and laid him to sleep with his fists doubled in an old quilt of faded red and green
And I lay on my back in the starlight, watching the familiar wharf-lights go by, red and green
and white, and bidding sad sentimental farewell to them, each and all.