The disdainful ocean did not open
wide to swallow up my audacity, though the ship, the ridiculous and ancient GALERE of my folly, the old, weary, disenchanted sugar-waggon, seemed extremely disposed to open out and swallow up as much salt water as she could hold.
I immediately alarmed all the rest, and nothing was thought of but how to save ourselves and the little goods we had, when, to our great astonishment, we found one of the doors barricaded in such a manner that we could not open
Phileas Fogg, snugly ensconced in his corner, did not open
If we know that our own men are in a condition to attack, but are unaware that the enemy is not open
to attack, we have gone only halfway towards victory.
Then it is not I,' and went to another door; but when the people heard the jingling of the bells they would not open
it, and she could get in nowhere.
will you not open
the gates of the enclosure to all comers?"
When Betty was departed, Mrs Miller said, "I was desired, madam, by a very unhappy young gentleman, to deliver you this letter." Sophia changed colour when she saw the direction, well knowing the hand, and after some hesitation, said--"I could not conceive, madam, from your appearance, that your business had been of such a nature.--Whomever you brought this letter from, I shall not open
"No, my dear, for me there are no balls now where one enjoys oneself," said Anna, and Kitty detected in her eyes that mysterious world which was not open
The safe door was not open
. Evidently the sleeper had wearied himself with work upon his finances, and was taking a rest.
For the better part of an hour he did this, returning always to the door that would not open
. Then he achieved a definite idea.
He did not open
it now, but one thought passed through his mind: "Can her convictions not be mine now?
At this moment an official crossed over, and approaching Sancho threw over him a robe of black buckram painted all over with flames of fire, and taking off his cap put upon his head a mitre such as those undergoing the sentence of the Holy Office wear; and whispered in his ear that he must not open
his lips, or they would put a gag upon him, or take his life.