SWEATS


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The host furnished him with what he required, and Sancho brought it to Don Quixote, who, with his hand to his head, was bewailing the pain of the blow of the lamp, which had done him no more harm than raising a couple of rather large lumps, and what he fancied blood was only the sweat that flowed from him in his sufferings during the late storm.
And sweated on the mill: But in the heart of every man
I'm going to earn from five to ten thousand pound by the sweat of my brow; and as a poor man doing justice to the sweat of my brow, is it likely I can afford to part with so much as my name without its being took down?'
It's just worry and worry, and sweat and sweat, and a-wishing you was dead all the time.
After supper she got out her book and learned me about Moses and the Bulrushers, and I was in a sweat to find out all about him; but by and by she let it out that Moses had been dead a considerable long time; so then I didn't care no more about him, because I don't take no stock in dead people.
He would have been ashamed to tell of it, but large drops of sweat stood on his forehead, his heart beat heavy and thick with fear; he even thought he saw something white rising and glimmering in the gloom before him, and shuddered to think what if the form of his dead mother should suddenly appear to him.
Stooping, the sweat from his forehead had fallen to the ground.
The sweat ran from him, and the pollen-dust, settling pungently in mouth and nostrils, increased his thirst.
Then he sunk down in a chair all limp and sick like, and wiped the sweat off of his face.
For an instant a wretched chill of sweat was upon him at the thought that he might be detected in the thing.
A little crowd collected round her, and, amid screams of embarrassment, giggles, blushings, and cries of dismay or admiration, she talked mysteriously of fair and dark men, of money in a letter, and of journeys, till the sweat stood in heavy beads on her painted face.
He wiped the sweat from his face and tied the handkerchief around his neck to keep off the stinging gnats that lurked in the grass.