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He advanced on tip-toe, trembling, frightened at the noise his feet made on the floor, his heart rent by a nameless agony.
"Did we not hear a roly-poly noise in the attic when we were looking into that chest?"
That makes no noise, and is quite as certain, and more genteel.
Thus fearful alike, of those within the prison and of those without; of noise and silence; light and darkness; of being released, and being left there to die; he was so tortured and tormented, that nothing man has ever done to man in the horrible caprice of power and cruelty, exceeds his self-inflicted punishment.
They hesitated to advance; but, as the noise did no harm, they entered through the whitewashed wall and quickly discovered the cause of the turmoil.
Every time I dropped off for the moment, a new noise woke me.
Lying dressed upon his bed, the noise awoke him with a start and found a gloomy echo in his heart.
Don Quixote, hearing it, said, "What noise is that, Sancho?"
'Such a strange noise, Jeremiah, and such a curious movement.
It seemed to him that heaven had at length taken pity on him, and had sent this noise to warn him on the very brink of the abyss.
One night, not long after, a loud noise and rumbling was heard under the castle.
"A drop of water falling off the ceiling would have made ten times as much noise!"