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No multitude of words could have been more significant than those moments of silence, or more pregnant with the first-felt throbbings of desire.
Weston; and she perceived that his wife, who was standing immediately above her, was not only listening also, but even encouraging him by significant glances.
But, as it was, she only learned, from some very significant looks, how far their penetration, founded on Margaret's instructions, extended.
She paused, and then added, with a sort of assumed indifference, but still in a marked and significant tone--"But you are young, Miss; and I should say a light sleeper: perhaps you may have heard a noise?
Wuthering' being a significant provincial adjective, descriptive of the atmospheric tumult to which its station is exposed in stormy weather.
Aye, that I did," he answered with a shrewdly significant air.
We have all been wondering," she said, with a significant look at Magdalen, "whether your father will leave Grailsea in time to catch the train -- or whether he will miss it and be obliged to drive back.
Thus, Tellson's, in its day, like greater places of business, its contemporaries, had taken so many lives, that, if the heads laid low before it had been ranged on Temple Bar instead of being privately disposed of, they would probably have excluded what little light the ground floor bad, in a rather significant manner.
Dick put his head into the parlour, where I was writing alone (Dora having gone out with my aunt to take tea with the two little birds), and said, with a significant cough:
In my dreadful situation, it was a relief when he was brought back, and, surveying the company all round as if they had disagreed with him, sank down into his chair with the one significant gasp, "Tar
Indeed, a love for any one of these significant writers will be enough, not to speak of an admiration for "Aucassin and Nicolete.
And so, after having composed, struck out, rejected, added to, unmade, and remade a multitude of names out of his memory and fancy, he decided upon calling him Rocinante, a name, to his thinking, lofty, sonorous, and significant of his condition as a hack before he became what he now was, the first and foremost of all the hacks in the world.