The silk was doubled, at the upper extremity of the oval
, where most of the strain would come.
He remained bent low, his head inside the cover staring at that white ghostly oval
The honda is a golden oval
and accurate weight for the throwing of the noose.
At first, no result at all crowned my efforts, though I 'divided my swift mind,' now hither, now thither, in a way that I felt sure would have made AEneas green with envy: but the dimly-seen oval
remained as provokingly blank as ever--a mere Ellipse, as if in some mathematical diagram, without even the Foci that might be made to do duty as a nose and a mouth.
I thought of a beautiful oval
face, gazing out of limpid eyes, through a waving mass of jet-black hair.
She had the quick, impulsive movements of her mother, the lips parting often to speak, and closing again; and the dark oval
eyes of her father brimming with light upon a basis of sadness, or, since she was too young to have acquired a sorrowful point of view, one might say that the basis was not sadness so much as a spirit given to contemplation and self-control.
On their backs were oval
shields, in their noses huge rings, while from the kinky wool of their heads protruded tufts of gay feathers.
They wore, like the men, only skins of wild animals caught about their waists with rawhide belts or chains of gold; but the black masses of their hair were incrusted with golden headgear composed of many circular and oval
pieces of gold ingeniously held together to form a metal cap from which depended at each side of the head, long strings of oval
pieces falling to the waist.
answered Archie, issuing some mysterious order, which was so promptly obeyed that, before Rose could get out of the carriage, the boys had caught hold of the pole and rattled her out of the barn, round the oval
and up to the front door with a cheer that brought two caps to an upper window, and caused Debby to cry aloud from the back porch
Nothing could destroy its exquisite oval
, its well-nigh classic lines, its delicately stencilled brows, its large brown eyes, clear-seeing and calm, gloriously calm.
The duelists sat down; a student official stepped forward, examined the wounded head and touched the place with a sponge once or twice; the surgeon came and turned back the hair from the wound-- and revealed a crimson gash two or three inches long, and proceeded to bind an oval
piece of leather and a bunch of lint over it; the tally-keeper stepped up and tallied one for the opposition in his book.
Her face was oval
and beautiful in the extreme, her every feature was finely chiseled and exquisite, her eyes large and lustrous and her head surmounted by a mass of coal black, waving hair, caught loosely into a strange yet becoming coiffure.