Then he sunk down in a chair all limp and sick
like, and wiped the sweat off of his face.
I don' know how 'tis," grumbled Miranda, who was not able to sit up that day; "but from a child I could never lay abed without Aurelia's gettin' sick
Now they trembled again, and prayed in their hearts that Anadi, the sick
woman, who lay asleep, might not wake and utter foolish words in her wandering.
While she was telling me her story they seem to have carried the sick
man to the top of the staircase and then left him there.
Allowing for duty-men and sick
, the Regiment was one thousand and eighty strong, and Bobby belonged to them; for was he not a Subaltern of the Line, - the whole Line and nothing but the Line, - as the tramp of two thousand one hundred and sixty sturdy ammunition boots attested?
Thank you, I'm about sick
of being made a convenience.
He now approached the sick
man with the noiseless step of one in full vigor of life, with his delicate white fingers raised from the green quilt the hand that was free, and turning sideways felt the pulse and reflected a moment.
It had never occurred to Father Sergius that he could cure the sick
He was very sick
, this white man, as sick
as the black men who lay helpless about him, and whom he attended.
Of course, it was better if they killed the one whose magic had made the pig sick
The winter is not far off, game is getting scarcer and scarcer, our stock of provisions is running low, and the sick
--especially, I am sorry to say, the sick
A KITE, sick
unto death, said to his mother: "O Mother