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They called in more jays; then more and more, till pretty soon this whole region 'peared to have a blue flush about it.
In a little while we noticed a sort of a lightish flush, away off on the horizon.
She was hasty, but good-humoured; vain (she could not help it, when every glance in the glass showed her such a flush of loveliness), but not affected; liberal-handed; innocent of the pride of wealth; ingenuous; sufficiently intelligent; gay, lively, and unthinking: she was very charming, in short, even to a cool observer of her own sex like me; but she was not profoundly interesting or thoroughly impressive.
A faint flush rose on her cheeks -her eyes brightened -- she stirred the tea round and round in her cup in a restless, impatient manner which was not natural to her.
I looked up with a flush upon my face and remorse in my heart, but Mr.
But, she neither asked me where I had been, nor why I had kept her waiting; and there was a bright flush upon her face, as though something had happened to delight her.
By turns I shiver and flush with heat, and Thedora is greatly disturbed about me.
To-night the pressure of accumulated misgivings sent the scale drooping toward despair, and her indifference was the more chilling after the flush of joy into which she had plunged him by dismissing Denis Eady.
She had grown tired of what people called "society"; New York was kind, it was almost oppressively hospitable; she should never forget the way in which it had welcomed her back; but after the first flush of novelty she had found herself, as she phrased it, too "different" to care for the things it cared about--and so she had decided to try Washington, where one was supposed to meet more varieties of people and of opinion.
Under his close scrutiny, a flush of color stole into her cheeks.
Her face has lost its youthful freshness; no delicate flush of color rises on it when she speaks.
1-16) I will tell of Dionysus, the son of glorious Semele, how he appeared on a jutting headland by the shore of the fruitless sea, seeming like a stripling in the first flush of manhood: his rich, dark hair was waving about him, and on his strong shoulders he wore a purple robe.