little farmhouse was a fixed fact, but she had many a palace into which she now and then withdrew; palaces peopled with stirring and gallant figures belonging to the world of romance; palaces not without their heavenly apparitions too, breathing celestial counsel.
But the flower-beds were bare
and wintry and the fountain was not playing.
From such household occupations as their bare
poverty yielded, from their children, from their aged and their sick crouching on the bare
ground famished and naked, they ran out with streaming hair, urging one another, and themselves, to madness with the wildest cries and actions.
As they drew near, the men redoubled their cries, while the girls, tossing their bare
arms in the air, exclaimed plaintively, 'Awha
Or if not," she continued, pursuing her own thought with a painful application, "if it's not worth while to have given up, to have missed things, so that others may be saved from disillusionment and misery--then everything I came home for, everything that made my other life seem by contrast so bare
and so poor because no one there took account of them--all these things are a sham or a dream--"
Tarzan put a broad shoulder beneath the bole of the tree, and as he did so his bare
leg pressed against the cat's silken side, so close was the man to the great beast.
Then under veils of mist came Grendel from the moor; he bare
And when a year was passed and the seasons came round as the months waned, and many days were accomplished, she bare
nine daughters, all of one mind, whose hearts are set upon song and their spirit free from care, a little way from the topmost peak of snowy Olympus.
And swept the plain, and stripped the woodlands bare
He turned and saw her with the balu hugged close to her hairy breast, and put out his hands to take the little one, expecting that Teeka would bare
her fangs and spring upon him; but instead she placed the balu in his arms, and coming nearer, licked his frightful wounds.
Then she turned her wide eyes to the bare
wall, the bare
floor, the bare
There are, if I am not mistaken, at least three different kinds of belief-feeling, which we may call respectively memory, expectation and bare