So all that morning Jip stood in the front part of the ship, sniffing the wind and pointing the way for the Doctor to steer; while all the animals and the little boy stood round with their eyes wide open
, watching the dog in wonder.
But he had not looked at her long when he gave a cry of surprise and sat there with his eyes wide open
, his fork in the air, and his mouth filled with bread and cauliflower.
Jimmy Bean, at his Saturday morning task of pulling up the first little green weeds of the flowerbeds, sat up with ears and eyes wide open
Sparsit saw James Harthouse come and go; she heard of him here and there; she saw the changes of the face he had studied; she, too, remarked to a nicety how and when it clouded, how and when it cleared; she kept her black eyes wide open
, with no touch of pity, with no touch of compunction, all absorbed in interest.
He therefore counselled his companions to have their eyes wide open
for every thing and at all hours.
At the back of his chair she stopped and stood listening, with her great eyes wide open
and her cheeks red with excitement of this unusual performance.
She looks at everything, goes everywhere, passes her way, with her clear quiet eyes wide open
; skirting the edge of obscene abysses without suspecting them; pushing through brambles without tearing her robe; exciting, without knowing it, the most injurious suspicions; and always holding her course, passionless, stainless, fearless, charmless!
Kutuzov looked at him with eyes wide open
with dismay and then took off his cap and crossed himself:
For dream he did, vaguely and indistinctly, eyes wide open
and awake, the lady-god's hair in a faint-scented cloud about him, her voice mourning with his, his consciousness drowning in the dreams of otherwhereness that came to him of the singing and that was the singing.
The next time he came to see me, I was lying betwixt sleep and waking, my eyes wide open
in the darkness, the sickness quite departed, but succeeded by a horrid giddiness and swimming that was almost worse to bear.
Whether Mr Quilp took any sleep by snatches of a few winks at a time, or whether he sat with his eyes wide open
all night long, certain it is that he kept his cigar alight, and kindled every fresh one from the ashes of that which was nearly consumed, without requiring the assistance of a candle.
He propped the book before him, and propped his eyelids with his fingers, and fell asleep with his eyes wide open
. Then he surrendered, and, scarcely conscious of what he did, got off his clothes and into bed.