Oraciones con la palabra "countenance"

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  1. His countenance as the sun.
  2. I saw her change countenance.
  3. Stare them out of countenance.
  4. Ben stood with a sad countenance.
  5. March's countenance as she entered.

  6. And the yellow-blue countenance see.
  7. I could read that in his countenance.
  8. The Knight of the Rueful Countenance.
  9. The shop assistant countenance changed.
  10. And lost his smiling countenance and.
  11. His whole countenance suddenly changed.
  12. The candle illuminated her countenance.
  13. The majesty of his countenance, which.
  14. Nangong Ping countenance suddenly changed.
  15. A countenance more in sorrow than in anger.

  16. Nangong Ping sunk his countenance and said.
  17. He glanced up and his countenance changed.
  18. Whilst from her countenance ne'er stirred.
  19. The clerk's lamp illumined his countenance.
  20. I lifted my countenance and opened the door.
  21. They get a darkness over their countenance.
  22. He was very angry and his countenance fell.
  23. I countenance nothing that is marvellous, M.
  24. His countenance was horrible at this moment.
  25. What they didn’t countenance was disbelief.

  26. The shock in her countenance was plain to see.
  27. Suddenly he sobered, and his countenance fell.
  28. But Sir James's countenance changed a little.
  29. It is her countenance that is so attractive.
  30. He conjured up his mothers countenance in his.
  31. Kirwin regarded me with a troubled countenance.
  32. I was shocked by the change in her countenance.
  33. Not a hair or a blemish marred his countenance.
  34. Her stoic countenance betraying little of the.
  35. Mei Yinxue sunk her countenance and coldly asked.
  36. I of course wore the same countenance on my face.
  37. Marianne’s countenance was more communicative.
  38. He glanced at Anne, but his countenance was calm.
  39. The old man's entire countenance lighted up with.
  40. Guo Yuxia was stunned and her countenance changed.
  41. The yunker's ferocious countenance startled them.
  42. And Cain was very angry, and his countenance fell.
  43. Infinite disdain was expressed in his countenance.
  44. Before he had jumped, his countenance had already.
  45. Guo Yuxia said sunk her countenance and coldly said.
  46. The frozen fear on the dead countenance haunted him.
  47. And the heat of My countenance shall melt the hills!.
  48. Rochester, reading my countenance, saw I had done so.
  49. Your countenance is as the sun shines in his strength.
  50. For Brigit it was an ugly and unfamiliar countenance.
  51. The coin collector’s countenance showed incredulity.
  52. Li Tianming looked around and his countenance changed.
  53. I watched to catch his impressions in his countenance.
  54. The black man countenance changed and he shouted aloud.
  55. Allys could see the worry imprinted on his countenance.
  56. She looked serene, tidy and her countenance was bright.
  57. And he sat down with a most gloomy countenance by Fanny.
  58. Duval’s face carried a countenance of merciless death.
  59. A change was coming over the countenance of this visitor.
  60. The young man ceased his cheerful countenance as he said.
  61. And she burst out laughing, to put herself in countenance.
  62. All your secrets are M'ritten on your honest countenance.
  63. You could see her countenance visibly changed afterwards.
  64. Long Fei countenance changed and he looked with open eyes.
  65. Her countenance and whole frame grew more animated; the.
  66. At this moment Emmanuel entered, his countenance full of.
  67. A general prosperity is visible in the public countenance.
  68. Scottish features only added to her witch-like countenance.
  69. But seeking the countenance of their most high Provider.
  70. They knew that a fierce countenance kept most people at bay.
  71. There was a restless, anxious expression in his countenance.
  72. Anthony stares into the distance and his countenance darkens.
  73. To think of what emanated from that countenance when she saw.
  74. I read in his countenance what anguish it was to offer that.
  75. His misery was depicted in sinister lines on his countenance.
  76. When she saw Maiden Mei, there was a change in her countenance.
  77. Death had become the enemy to be defeated without countenance.
  78. She puffed her cigarette, illuminating her annoyed countenance.
  79. Shi Chen countenance had a slight change as he lowered his head.
  80. Manshan Two Brothers countenance looked as dark as the darkness.
  81. I can tell by your countenance, by the circles under your eyes.
  82. So I would, Handel, only they are staring me out of countenance.
  83. Lord John, I trust that you will not countenance such madness?
  84. During the call, the manager’s countenance changed considerably.
  85. Their collective countenance was clearly detached and a bit cool.
  86. She saw a sleepy, unshaven countenance with disheveled hair and.
  87. It was a look that was far from his customary benign countenance.
  88. Thugra Khotan's skull-like countenance split in a mummy-like grin.
  89. What astonished me most was the terrible change in his countenance.
  90. Earnshaw had his countenance completely averted from his companion.
  91. Her wide-open eyes gave identity to the horrid countenance of her.
  92. A smile lifted her countenance as she looked up to him, Thank you.
  93. With a quick change of countenance he rose and went out of the room.
  94. Great uneasiness then overspread the countenance of the unhappy man.
  95. Instead of a grotesque face, I saw Adrian’s countenance before me.
  96. I suppose some astonishment was exhibited in my countenance, for Mr.
  97. He began an oration upon Pedro Montero, keeping a solemn countenance.
  98. The stranger countenance started to change and once again, he looked.
  99. Christian's fears of perishing might be read in his very countenance.
  100. A flash of joy illuminated Jean Valjean's melancholy old countenance.
  1. And as all this is rendered possible only by division of labour, how can we avoid countenancing it?
  2. Farebrother, innocent of the meaning that whist had for her son, and speaking rather sharply, as at some dangerous countenancing of new doctrine.
  3. The statesman, to compensate for the undoubted and obvious evil which he does to man by freeing himself from the struggle with nature and by appropriating the labour of others, does men another obvious and undoubted harm by countenancing all sorts of violence.
  4. Those Churchmen who carelessly call the Lord's Table an "altar," and talk of "altar services," and brides being "led to the altar" at weddings, are doing immense harm, ignorantly borrowing the language of the corrupt Church of Rome, and countenancing a mischievous error.
  1. And countenanced by boys and beggary;.
  2. Thesiger has always countenanced him, said Mrs.
  3. Violence can never suppress that which is countenanced by general custom.
  4. They declared they should be ruined if the British doctrine should be countenanced.
  5. The fitful evasiveness of her manner when the subject was under discussion countenanced the idea.
  6. Norris, whose attachment seemed to augment with the demerits of her niece, would have had her received at home and countenanced by them all.
  7. It would at least be understandable, if not countenanced, were it harassment by sporadic enemy fire or fear of combat; but it was worse than that.
  8. The reason was not that most of the framers approved of slavery, but that the Constitution was a deal among states -some of which countenanced slavery, some.
  9. That is why Charles Gould in his deep, dumb way has countenanced the Ribierist Mandate, the first public act that promised him safety on other than venal grounds.
  10. A Crewman who would kill a First Mate might as readily kill a Captain, and such a severe Break with Discipline could ne’er be countenanced at Sea, where, e’en more than upon Land, each Man’s Fate depends upon his Brothers.
  11. Then, too, the people were countenanced, if not encouraged, in relaxing the severe and close application to their various modes of rugged industry, which, at all other times, seemed of the same piece and material with their religion.
  12. This idea was countenanced by the strong interest which the physician ever manifested in the young clergyman; he attached himself to him as a parishioner, and sought to win a friendly regard and confidence from his naturally reserved sensibility.
  13. I feel, sensibly feel, the situation in which I place myself by opposing a measure countenanced by the vote in the other House, of almost all those with whom I have been accustomed to act, and by many in the Senate, for whose superior judgment and correct opinions I have ever had the highest respect.
  14. In several press accounts, it was initially reported that a decoration interpreted as being against the war could not be countenanced since it might foments DIVISIVENESS, one of the few remaining offenses worse than INDIVIDUALISM with the only greater wrongs perhaps being “racism” or “homophobia”.
  15. Her lover, for such he was, sat her down at the foot of the couch, and passing his arm round her neck, preluded with a kiss fervently applied to her lips, that visibly gave her life and spirit to go through with the scene; and as he kissed, he gently inclined her head, till it fell back on a pillow disposed to receive it, and leaning himself down all the way with her, at once countenanced and endeared her fall to her.
  16. Resolved, That the Secretary of State be directed to lay before the Senate the names of any and all persons in the United States, and especially in the State of Massachusetts, who have in any way or manner whatever entered into, or most remotely countenanced, the project or the views, for the execution or attainment of which John Henry was, in the year 1809, employed by Sir James Craig, then Governor General of the British provinces in North America, and which have this day been communicated to the Senate of the United States.
  17. The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate of the 10th instant, has the honor to report: That this department is not in possession of any names of persons in the United States who have, in any way or manner whatever, entered into, or countenanced the project or the views for the execution or attainment of which John Henry was, in the year 1809, employed by Sir James Craig; the said John Henry having named no person or persons as being concerned in the said project or views referred to in the documents laid before Congress on the 9th instant.
  18. The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate of the 10th instant, has the honor to report, that this department is not in possession of any names of persons in the United States, who have, in any way or manner whatever, entered into or countenanced the project or the views, for the execution or attainment of which, John Henry was, in the year 1809, employed by Sir James Craig; the said John Henry having named no persons or person as being concerned in the said project or views referred to in the documents laid before Congress on the 9th instant.
  1. With woeful countenances they looked at each other.
  2. Nangong Ping saw that their countenances were twisted.
  3. Profound emotion and expectation were visible on all countenances.
  4. Their countenances are always downcast, for there is no hope in man.
  5. It is very difficult to describe people's countenances at certain moments.
  6. First came Márya Dmítrievna and the count, both with merry countenances.
  7. There are young men of whom it can be said that their countenances chatter.
  8. As they grasp the levers of power, wearing the benign countenances of a Dr.
  9. You human forms with the fathomless ever-impressive countenances of brutes!.
  10. Never certainly have I seen a plainer confession of guilt upon human countenances.
  11. The Mohicans listened gravely, and with countenances that reflected the sentiments of the speaker.
  12. I never saw such an expression of cupidity as the flickering lamp revealed in those two countenances.
  13. COME TO ME! Do you thirst? Are you in need? What is it you wait for? Why are your countenances downcast?
  14. Duncan profited by its light to read the probable character of his reception, in the countenances of his hosts.
  15. They had determined to kill the restless gadfly in the hope that the countenances of the gods would shine again.
  16. Profound dejection was depicted on the countenances of those assembled slave-drivers as they listened to the delegates' report.
  17. They now, stretching themselves after sitting so long, and replacing their purses and pocketbooks, entered the both with merry countenances.
  18. Immediately I noticed the two toughs by the entrance straighten and glance at each other in as much alarm as their stoic countenances would allow.
  19. The Parade was crowded with richly dressed and bejewelled loafers, whose countenances in many instances bore unmistakable signs of drunkenness and gluttony.
  20. I had not glimpsed their faces then; and I was grateful that their ruined countenances were pressed into the sofa cushions, sparing me the sight of them now.
  21. His hearty accents faltered and fell away as he noticed the stern unbending look on the countenances of his silent friends, and his invitation remained unfinished.
  22. The Delawares themselves listened like charmed men; and it was very apparent, by the variations of their speaking countenances, how deep and true was their sympathy.
  23. When the fierce countenances looked over the ledge of the aperture, it was to see the Cimmerian and the girl disappearing into the forest that surrounded the cliffs.
  24. Leading it were two hideous demons, also clad in buckram, with countenances so frightful that Sancho, having once seen them, shut his eyes so as not to see them again.
  25. Haidee saw at a glance the same expression pervading the countenances of her two auditors; she exclaimed, 'When my mother recovered her senses we were before the serasker.
  26. Grinding their teeth, and yelling with unearthly laughter, they would leap into and perish in the flames, while their comrades looked on with calm unconcerned countenances.
  27. He had read in the countenances of Luigi and Teresa their steadfast resolution not to surrender him, and he drew from his pocket a purse full of gold, which he offered to them.
  28. The notes of a Zamora bagpipe accompanied them, and with modesty in their countenances and in their eyes, and lightness in their feet, they looked the best dancers in the world.
  29. His gaze, over the half-glasses perched on the end of his nose, gave the impression he was looking at something besides their countenances, that he was in some way 'reading' them.
  30. During the foregoing address the progress of the speaker was too plainly read by those most interested in his success through the medium of the countenances of the men he addressed.
  31. Behind the torch she could make out figures now, the glint of steel, then five countenances bent toward her, not swarthy and hook-nosed, but lean, aquiline faces, browned by the sun.
  32. Women and children ran from place to place, some bearing the scanty remnants of their baggage, and others searching in the ranks for those countenances they looked up to for protection.
  33. I look at their unhappy countenances, their miserable beds; I view this nakedness, the wretchedness, and then convince myself that it is not a frightful night there, but a simple reality.
  34. The truth is, if I read rightly the countenances of my physicians as they whisper to each other by the window of the chamber in which I am lying, that only a few days of this life remain to me.
  35. On this occasion he looked about him in a strange way on entering ; there was a look of peculiar caution and penetration in his face, as though he wanted to guess something from our countenances.
  36. But I think there are some countenances which always seem to exhibit something new which one has not noticed before, every time one meets them, though one may have seen them a hundred times already.
  37. Isaiah Fomitch was so dumbfounded that he did not dare to look at the mocking crowd, with mutilated and frightful countenances, now grouped around him, and did not speak a single word, so frightened was he.
  38. They harkened with keen dark eyes and inscrutable countenances, and they went their ways without comment, and heeded with flattering intentness his instructions as to the working of iron, and kindred arts.
  39. She guessed from the sad countenances of her chamber companions that they regarded her not only as the favourite, but as the chosen; but they could see for themselves that she did not put herself in his way.
  40. Officers who approached him with disturbed countenances became calm; soldiers and officers greeted him gaily, grew more cheerful in his presence, and were evidently anxious to display their courage before him.
  41. When I recovered I found myself surrounded by the people of the inn; their countenances expressed a breathless terror, but the horror of others appeared only as a mockery, a shadow of the feelings that oppressed me.
  42. Be it only half a play, an act, a scene; what should prevent us? Not these countenances, I am sure," looking towards the Miss Bertrams; "and for a theatre, what signifies a theatre? We shall be only amusing ourselves.
  43. As he performed this office, he whispered his reviving hopes in the ears of the trembling females, who, through dread of encountering the savage countenances of their captors, seldom raised their eyes from the ground.
  44. Be it only half a play, an act, a scene; what should prevent us? Not these countenances, I am sure, looking towards the Miss Bertrams; and for a theatre, what signifies a theatre? We shall be only amusing ourselves.
  45. There is nothing which will more surprise good men, separated on earth by sect or tradition, when they reach the realms of heaven, than to contemplate in each other's countenances the identity of the image of the Most High.
  46. So capriciously were the people moved, that tears immediately rolled down several ferocious countenances which had been glaring at the prisoner a moment before, as if with impatience to pluck him out into the streets and kill him.
  47. I was one of the last to go out, and in passing the tables, I saw one teacher take a basin of the porridge and taste it; she looked at the others; all their countenances expressed displeasure, and one of them, the stout one, whispered—.
  48. Zoraida, though she did not fully comprehend all she saw, was grave or gay without knowing why, as she watched and studied the various countenances, but particularly her Spaniard's, whom she followed with her eyes and clung to with her soul.
  49. Multitudes of dead and dying peoples, with countenances set hard against The Lord and His anointed! Thus I shall not send just one, nor am I sending thirty or sixty, or even one hundred men, but 144,000 shall I send to this obstinate people!.
  50. Sometimes, but very rarely, my father summoned me and my mother to the terrace of the palace; these were hours of recreation for me, as I never saw anything in the dismal cavern but the gloomy countenances of the slaves and Selim's fiery lance.
  51. These differences have sometimes been attributed to the pressure of the involucra on the florets, or to their mutual pressure, and the shape of the seeds in the ray-florets of some Compositae countenances this idea; but with the Umbelliferae it is by no means, as Dr.
  52. A haggard fearlessness characterized the expression of all these sunblacked countenances; they glared down haughtily with their scorched eyes at the crowd, or, blinking upwards insolently, pointed out to each other some particular head amongst the women at the windows.
  53. You might not startle a wolf, or turn the Royal Americans from a discharge; but I have seen the time when you had a better favored look; your streaked countenances are not ill-judged of by the squaws, but young women of white blood give the preference to their own color.
  54. We called things by their names, preserving unruflSed countenances as though it were the natural thing to do; we entered into such subtleties in our description of all sorts of filth and obscenity as the nastiest mind of the lewdest debauchee could hardly have conceived.
  55. Here the Distressed One and the other duennas raised the veils with which they were covered, and disclosed countenances all bristling with beards, some red, some black, some white, and some grizzled, at which spectacle the duke and duchess made a show of being filled with wonder.
  56. The real soldiers gazed in horror on these unfortunate warriors, their sunken cheeks, the earthy colour of their countenances, their straggling beards; defenceless, weaponless, jostling one another like a herd of cattle, their heads hanging down and their eyes cast upon the ground.
  57. The Trifaldi said this in such a pathetic way that she drew tears from the eyes of all and even Sancho's filled up; and he resolved in his heart to accompany his master to the uttermost ends of the earth, if so be the removal of the wool from those venerable countenances depended upon it.
  58. And a tall gaunt man with a scar on his temple sat with his elbows on a wine-stained table in a squalid cellar with a brass lantern hanging from a smoke-blackened beam overhead, and held converse with ten desperate rogues whose sinister countenances and ragged garments proclaimed their profession.
  59. The wagon-load which headed the line had struck up a song, and were shouting at the top of their voices with a haggard joviality, a potpourri by Desaugiers, then famous, called The Vestal; the trees shivered mournfully; in the cross-lanes, countenances of bourgeois listened in an idiotic delight to these coarse strains droned by spectres.
  60. Leisurely turning round, they calmly scrutinized the various countenances around them, as though demanding some one person who would take upon himself the responsibility of what they deemed excessive impertinence; but as no one responded to the challenge, the friends turned again to the front of the theatre, and affected to busy themselves with the stage.
  61. That, Virtue, as had been observed by the poets (in many passages which he well knew the jury would have, word for word, at the tips of their tongues; whereat the jury's countenances displayed a guilty consciousness that they knew nothing about the passages), was in a manner contagious; more especially the bright virtue known as patriotism, or love of country.
  62. I endeavoured to crush these fears and to fortify myself for the trial which in a few months I resolved to undergo; and sometimes I allowed my thoughts, unchecked by reason, to ramble in the fields of Paradise, and dared to fancy amiable and lovely creatures sympathizing with my feelings and cheering my gloom; their angelic countenances breathed smiles of consolation.
  63. If it were given to the eye of the flesh to scan the formidable and charming visions of the upper life, it is probable that we should behold the forms of night, the winged unknowns, the blue passers of the invisible, bend down, a throng of sombre heads, around the luminous house, satisfied, showering benedictions, pointing out to each other the virgin wife gently alarmed, sweetly terrified, and bearing the reflection of human bliss upon their divine countenances.
  64. As soon as Don Quixote had read the inscription on the parchment he perceived clearly that it referred to the disenchantment of Dulcinea, and returning hearty thanks to heaven that he had with so little danger achieved so grand an exploit as to restore to their former complexion the countenances of those venerable duennas, he advanced towards the duke and duchess, who had not yet come to themselves, and taking the duke by the hand he said, Be of good cheer, worthy sir, be of good cheer; it's nothing at all; the adventure is now over and without any harm done, as the inscription fixed on this post shows plainly.
  65. In this other squadron there come those that drink of the crystal streams of the olive-bearing Betis, those that make smooth their countenances with the water of the ever rich and golden Tagus, those that rejoice in the fertilising flow of the divine Genil, those that roam the Tartesian plains abounding in pasture, those that take their pleasure in the Elysian meadows of Jerez, the rich Manchegans crowned with ruddy ears of corn, the wearers of iron, old relics of the Gothic race, those that bathe in the Pisuerga renowned for its gentle current, those that feed their herds along the spreading pastures of the winding Guadiana famed for its hidden course, those that tremble with the cold of the pineclad Pyrenees or the dazzling snows of the lofty Apennine; in a word, as many as all Europe includes and contains.
  66. Don Quixote and Sancho were overwhelmed with amazement, and the bystanders lost in astonishment, while the Trifaldi went on to say: "Thus did that malevolent villain Malambruno punish us, covering the tenderness and softness of our faces with these rough bristles! Would to heaven that he had swept off our heads with his enormous scimitar instead of obscuring the light of our countenances with these wool-combings that cover us! For if we look into the matter, sirs (and what I am now going to say I would say with eyes flowing like fountains, only that the thought of our misfortune and the oceans they have already wept, keep them as dry as barley spears, and so I say it without tears), where, I ask, can a duenna with a beard to to? What father or mother will feel pity for her? Who will help her? For, if even when she has a smooth skin, and a face tortured by a thousand kinds of washes and cosmetics, she can hardly get anybody to love her, what will she do when she shows a countenace turned into a thicket? Oh duennas, companions mine! it was an unlucky moment when we were born and an ill-starred hour when our fathers begot us!" And as she said this she showed signs of being about to faint.
  67. Some with oval countenances learn'd and calm,.
  68. Looking from no countenances of their own, but from the countenances of those who are with them,.
  69. From the countenances of children or women or the manly countenance, From the open countenances of animals or from inanimate things,.

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