balmy frasi

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Frasi con balmy (in inglese)

  1. The air was balmy and.
  2. It was a balmy night and I noticed.
  3. Do you know that he's balmy? Look at his head.
  4. For such a one she yearns this balmy summer eve.
  5. On a balmy June afternoon, Jeff was sitting by.

  6. PRIVATE CARR: (Behind his back) He aint half balmy.
  7. The season was early autumn and the weather still balmy.
  8. It was a balmy evening, with the faintest of air stirring.
  9. Towards the end of summer, on a balmy Sunday afternoon with.
  10. It was a balmy day, with the chance of a March thundershower.
  11. One balmy spring Saturday afternoon, with his team leading by.
  12. I said, About that homicide yesterday on Balmy Alley—.
  13. Derek rose from his chair and slowly paddled out into the balmy.
  14. It was quite a balmy summer night as we climbed through the 8,000 mark.
  15. The Gosselins were crossing Balmy Alley toward the victim, he said.

  16. I removed it because the temperature was balmy, almost hot and the furs stifling.
  17. Stan paused, remembrances on his lips, the salt of her on those balmy, Hawaiian nights.
  18. Don't know anything about the north, but am altogether salubrious and balmy, hey, my lady?
  19. He was perspiring slightly as it was rather stuffy in the office on the balmy summer morning.
  20. Those balmy seas and golden beaches were on his mind as he drifted into sleep, but not in his dreams.
  21. It was a balmy afternoon with a stillness in the air that was uncharacteristic of the seaside resort town.
  22. It may have been the even murmur of her voice, helped by the soft and balmy air, that lulled me to sleep.
  23. I had travelled - actually flown all the way - and alone - into a balmy welcome I could never have imagined.
  24. It was humidly warm and balmy within the spa chamber, as Arctic winds raged away outside far below zero in temperature.
  25. Monday morning broke bright and sunny, with little wind and temperatures soaring all the way up to a balmy forty degrees.

  26. It was a balmy evening, but she had been wearing her nightgown and he assumed she wouldn’t have left wearing just that.
  27. An unclouded sky above was flawless from all points, the water temperature was a balmy 80 degrees, and the waves were rough enough for surfing.
  28. Who is your hero, Dolores Haze? Still one of those blue-caped star-men? Oh the balmy days and the palmy bays, And the cars, and the bars, my Carmen!.
  29. On the twenty-eighth (Sunday) a breeze that was almost balmy swept through the rust belt, lifting its fallen leaves high into the skies for days to come.
  30. A breath seemed to be stirring the balmy air, a voice to be sounding in wonderful harmony, an invisible tread to be heard—the tread of the radiant Dawn!.
  31. With some interesting atmospheric circulation systems, below the sky barrier the entire planet’s surface is maintained at a fairly constant and balmy 31.
  32. But summer rain is as fickle as it is ferocious, and all of a sudden it stopped and gave way to a balmy, close night which just made the smell all the worse.
  33. Staggering his way out into the balmy air, he watched as an owl, out searching for food, swooped low over a nearby tussock, reminding him that he hadn't eaten.
  34. An hour or so later, Ambrosius was glad to be clear of the balmy jungle and out into the open expanse of the desert that separated him from the Hundred Boughs.
  35. I was all soul, and (wild as it may appear) felt as if I could have dissolved in the soft balmy gale that kissed my cheek, or have glided below the horizon on.
  36. A balmy, soft warmth poured into the room, heavy with velvety smells, redolent of many blossoms, of newly fledged trees and of the moist, freshly turned red earth.
  37. Joe flicked his eyes to the map, this time picking out the star on the corner of Balmy Alley and Twenty-Fourth, where Tina Strichler had been gored within a crowd of tourists.
  38. One balmy spring Saturday afternoon, with his team leading by five goals to nil, Terry's manager decided to give him a well earned rest twenty minutes before the end of the match.
  39. In unison, the eight pallbearers lifted the casket, moved to the glass doors along the western windows of the Temple, and carried Alex’s body out into the balmy air and setting sun.
  40. Spring weddings are a favorite choice for couples; spring brings to mind sprouting greenery, flowers blooming, balmy breezes and a sun kissed world that chases away the chill of winter.
  41. He then took Joan to one of the new restaurants in the nearly completed MLC Centre over the road, where they sat outside and enjoyed lunch in the pleasant warmth of a balmy Sydney spring day.
  42. The bitter halfforgotten balmy spring of green rustlings and murmurings, a spring of ease and years since then fell away and he saw that the lips turned up to his were red and trembling and he kissed her.
  43. Towards the end of summer, on a balmy Sunday afternoon with the barbecue embers glowing in a corner of the garden, the fisherman raised a glass of sparkling Chablis to his wife and said, Darling, what a life.
  44. Presently, by a change in the atmosphere, he knew that they were entering a cave; after going on for a few seconds more he heard a crackling, and it seemed to him as though the atmosphere again changed, and became balmy and perfumed.
  45. All the preceding afternoon and night heavy thunderstorms had hissed down upon the meads, and washed some of the hay into the river; but this morning the sun shone out all the more brilliantly for the deluge, and the air was balmy and clear.
  46. The birch trees in the gardens looked as if they were strewn with green fluff, the wild cherry and the poplars unrolled their long, balmy buds, and in shops and dwelling-houses the double window-frames were being removed and the windows cleaned.
  47. He sat down on the doorstep, and breathing in the warm air, balmy with the strong scent of fresh birch leaves, he sat for a long time looking into the dark garden and listening to the mill, the nightingales, and some other bird that whistled monotonously in the bush close by.
  48. The colonel was a native of Rollings Province, born in the foothills of the Black Hill Mountains, and he’d always done his best to discharge his God-given duty to sneer at the effete citizens of such balmy provinces as Glacierheart, where snow accumulations were measured in mere yards.
  49. I did not like to explain this beautifully simple position to Charlotte, yet felt that at all costs I must nip her eloquence in the bud or she would keep me out till it was dark; so I got up, cleared my throat, and said in the balmy tone in which people on platforms begin their orations, '_Geehrte Anwesende_.
  50. Seen from the Pequod's deck, then, as she would rise on a high hill of the sea, this host of vapoury spouts, individually curling up into the air, and beheld through a blending atmosphere of bluish haze, showed like the thousand cheerful chimneys of some dense metropolis, descried of a balmy autumnal morning, by some horseman on a height.
  51. In Felix I sensed the businessman, I could tell he was in the habit of entering his problems in his mental search engine and waiting for a list of alternatives to come up but this time he didn't stand a chance because the wide blue was smiling as wide and as blue as only the wide blue can smile and the balmy air was becalming his twiddling and so he was forced to relax a little more, close his eyes and lay back.
  52. I have to inform you, my dearest Fanny, that Henry has been down to Portsmouth to see you; that he had a delightful walk with you to the dockyard last Saturday, and one still more to be dwelt on the next day, on the ramparts; when the balmy air, the sparkling sea, and your sweet looks and conversation were altogether in the most delicious harmony, and afforded sensations which are to raise ecstasy even in retrospect.
  53. Those were golden days and balmy nights! In and out of harbour all the time—old friends everywhere—sleeping in some cool temple or ruined cistern during the heat of the day—feasting and song after sundown, under great stars set in a velvet sky! Thence we turned and coasted up the Adriatic, its shores swimming in an atmosphere of amber, rose, and aquamarine; we lay in wide landlocked harbours, we roamed through ancient and noble cities, until at last one morning, as the sun rose royally behind us, we rode into Venice down a path of gold.
  54. Those were golden days and balmy nights! In and out of harbour all the time—old friends everywhere—sleeping in some cool temple or ruined cistern during the heat of the day—feasting and song after sundown, under great stars set in a velvet sky! Thence we turned and coasted up the Adriatic, its shores swimming in an atmosphere of amber, rose, and aquamarine; we lay in wide land-locked harbours, we roamed through ancient and noble cities, until at last one morning, as the sun rose royally behind us, we rode into Venice down a path of gold.
  55. He descended, or rather seemed to descend, several steps, inhaling the fresh and balmy air, like that which may be supposed to reign around the grotto of Circe, formed from such perfumes as set the mind a dreaming, and such fires as burn the very senses; and he saw again all he had seen before his sleep, from Sinbad, his singular host, to Ali, the mute attendant; then all seemed to fade away and become confused before his eyes, like the last shadows of the magic lantern before it is extinguished, and he was again in the chamber of statues, lighted only by one of those pale and antique lamps which watch in the dead of the night over the sleep of pleasure.

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