Oraciones con la palabra "funereal"

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Funereal en una oración (en ingles)

  1. A funereal dress.
  2. And those funereal chants?
  3. The Spanish convent is the most funereal of all.
  4. He was a tall, thin, livid, utterly funereal man.
  5. That gig seems to me more funereal than a hearse.

  6. The tumult of his thoughts contrasted with the funereal.
  7. A second hearse, decked with the same funereal pomp, was brought to M.
  8. It was adjusted, jointed, imbricated, rectilinear, symmetrical and funereal.
  9. Andre’s hushed voice cut through the funereal pall of gloom that hung over the bedroom.
  10. In that funereal place, life outside always presents itself under its most smiling aspect.
  11. Their accoutrements were horribly incongruous; nothing is more funereal than the harlequin in.
  12. It has an unspeakable, wild, Hindoo odor about it, such as may lurk in the vicinity of funereal pyres.
  13. Winter was fading, and yet the mood of the village remained lethargic, degenerating into a funereal sentiment.
  14. The almost violent serenity of the funereal moment had disappeared; the phantom of social justice tormented him.
  15. It seemed to him that these distant splendors, far from dissipating his night, rendered it more funereal and more black.

  16. It was at this moment that Raoul passed in front of the funereal masquerader, who had just happened to turn in his direction.
  17. Little by little the funereal splendor of the ancient and icy mansion was being transformed into the splendor of the House of Buendía.
  18. She wondered incuriously who it was and, when a man’s voice, resonant and drawling, rose above Pitty’s funereal whispering, she knew.
  19. But there was no whispering in the house; only the funereal rustling of dresses as the women gathered to their seats disturbed the silence there.
  20. A team of horses passed from Finglas with toiling plodding tread, dragging through the funereal silence a creaking waggon on which lay a granite block.
  21. But even so, he continued to wear his hat, always the same funereal style, even after the tartarita, the local name for the straw skimmer, came into fashion.
  22. They spoke in whispers, ate in silence, recited the rosary three times a day, and even clavichord practice during the heat of siesta time had a funereal echo.
  23. Old Featherstone no sooner caught sight of these funereal figures appearing in spite of his orders than rage came to strengthen him more successfully than the cordial.
  24. The little green flowers of the nankin paper ran in a calm and orderly manner to those iron bars, without being startled or thrown into confusion by their funereal contact.
  25. But the others were thinking that Monday followed Sunday, and Tuesday followed Monday, and so on for an entire week of sad breakfasts, melancholy lunches, and funereal dinners.

  26. It was late afternoon as Ambrosius neared the mist dykes of the City, the petrel now lamed and chuntering along pitifully at the stern, causing the boat to slow to a funereal crawl.
  27. But, in the funereal room, with that figure of the grave fallen back in the chair fixing its eyes upon her, Estella looked more bright and beautiful than before, and I was under stronger enchantment.
  28. A sudden funereal hush passed over the spectators when the slow-moving foursome materialized from the mist as if they were able to sense the disappointing results upon failing to see an additional rider.
  29. She was ashamed of their custom of setting the banquet table every day with embroidered tablecloths, silver service, and funereal candelabra so that five phantoms could dine on café con leche and crullers.
  30. The walls were all hung with black, but, instead of the white trimmings that usually set off that funereal upholstery, there was an enormous stave of music with the notes of the DIES IRAE, many times repeated.
  31. Instead of the funereal clothing he had worn all his life, he was dressed in comfortable white shoes, slacks, and a linen shirt with an open collar, short sleeves, and his monogram embroidered on the breast pocket.
  32. Hougomont,—this was a funereal spot, the beginning of the obstacle, the first resistance, which that great wood-cutter of Europe, called Napoleon, encountered at Waterloo, the first knot under the blows of his axe.
  33. From the belfries far and near the funereal deathbell tolled unceasingly while all around the gloomy precincts rolled the ominous warning of a hundred muffled drums punctuated by the hollow booming of pieces of ordnance.
  34. Tarleton out to the boys’ graves when Beatrice was trying so hard to be brave? There were two new marble markers in the brick-inclosed lot under the funereal cedars—so new that no rain had splashed them with red dust.
  35. After the man who decreed the "protest of corpses" had spoken, and had given this formula of their common soul, there issued from all mouths a strangely satisfied and terrible cry, funereal in sense and triumphant in tone:.
  36. This entrance, which usually stood ajar in the most inviting fashion, permitted a view of two things, neither of which have anything very funereal about them,—a courtyard surrounded by walls hung with vines, and the face of a lounging porter.
  37. Jean Valjean often said afterwards, that, although many funereal spectres had crossed his path in life, he had never beheld anything more blood-curdling and terrible than that enigmatical form accomplishing some inexplicable mystery in that gloomy place, and beheld thus at night.
  38. The Parisians, always curious, always affected by funereal display, looked on with religious silence while the splendid procession accompanied to their last abode two of the number of the old aristocracy—the greatest protectors of commerce and sincere devotees to their principles.
  39. A loose black serge robe covers him all over, as with a funereal pall, and being fastened together only at the neck, gives to his often obese figure an appearance the very reverse of grave or serious: The superior of a monastery, or the priest in charge of a parish, wears a more stately clerical costume.
  40. The effect on the imagination was profound; it seemed to be a winding-sheet which Nature was wrapping around the unfortunate French army! The only objects that stood out were the fir-trees with their funereal green, standing motionless and huge, their black boughs outspread, filling the heart with sadness and foreboding.
  41. The cavities of night, things grown haggard, taciturn profiles which vanish when one advances, obscure dishevelments, irritated tufts, livid pools, the lugubrious reflected in the funereal, the sepulchral immensity of silence, unknown but possible beings, bendings of mysterious branches, alarming torsos of trees, long handfuls of.
  42. She kept on thinking about him during the arduous muleback crossing of the hallucinating plateau where Aureliano Segundo had become lost when he was looking for the most beautiful woman who had ever appeared on the face of the earth, and when they went over the mountains along Indian trails and entered the gloomy city in whose stone alleys the funereal bronze bells of thirty-two churches tolled.

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