cobweb frasi

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Frasi con cobweb (in inglese)

  1. His back was a cobweb of welts.
  2. Whispfully, whispful, the cobweb breaks.
  3. And in an instant, every cobweb inside me was obliterated.
  4. The cobweb in the corner shook, the one something magical did spin.
  5. She screamed as the effulgent cobweb ensnared her, binding her limbs in the net.

  6. The torch on the wall looked brighter and warmer, its flame dancing under a cobweb.
  7. I could not put my finger on it, but a cobweb of despair seemed to have descended on the streets and the people in it.
  8. Ay, every leaf and twig and stone and cobweb sparkles now at mid-afternoon as when covered with dew in a spring morning.
  9. In the dim light coming through the cobweb covered window, Alex saw that he was faced by the biggest cat he’d ever seen.
  10. Upstream a narrow suspension catwalk stretched fifteen hundred feet across the river, swaying slightly, like a cobweb in the evening breeze.
  11. A cobweb, I thought, but then I looked at a strand of it on my palm and saw it was some kind of metal filament, so fine it was almost invisible.
  12. She's silent for a long moment, and when she finally speaks her voice is fragile and soft, like a cobweb, like she no longer has any tears to shed.
  13. You may often detect a yet smoother and darker water, separated from the rest as if by an invisible cobweb, boom of the water nymphs, resting on it.
  14. Why does a spider sometimes make a close cobweb, and sit in the very middle of its nest, and at other times leave its nest and start a new spider-web?
  15. Brother Matthew lay on his aching back staring up at the cobweb of lines drawn through the cracked ceiling; it looked like the cracks in an old china cup.

  16. She noted a dusty cobweb draped across the window as she glanced through the grimy glass only to see a rather dilapidated and neglected yard where three cars were parked.
  17. It was marvelous to see how John Dolittle with his fat heavy fingers undid that cobweb cord and unrolled the leaf, whole, without tearing it or hurting the precious beetle.
  18. I was embarrassed how to punish him when I discovered his part in the business: he's such a cobweb, a pinch would annihilate him; but you'll see by his look that he has received his due! I brought him down one evening, the day before yesterday, and just set him in a chair, and never touched him afterwards.
  19. I was embarrassed how to punish him when I discovered his part in the business: he’s such a cobweb, a pinch would annihilate him; but you’ll see by his look that he has received his due! I brought him down one evening, the day before yesterday, and just set him in a chair, and never touched him afterwards.
  20. This will come out of it: that ten men, or even one single man, by thought and in deed, will show men that this fearful evil from which they are suffering, is not the law of their destiny, nor the will of God, nor any historical necessity, but is a superstition not at all strong or overpowering, but weak and null, which one need only leave off believing in, as in idols, in order to get rid of, and to destroy it even as a frail cobweb is swept away.
  21. Indeed, sir, look along your whole coast, from Passamaquoddy to Capes Henry and Charles, and behold the deep and far-winding creeks and inlets, the noble basins, the projecting headlands, the majestic rivers; and those sounds and bays, which are more like inland seas, than any thing called by those names in other quarters of the globe! Can any man do this, and not realize that the destiny of the people inhabiting such a country is essentially maritime? Can any man do this, without being impressed by the conviction, that, although the poor projects of politicians may embarrass, for a time, the dispositions growing out of the condition of such a country, yet that nature will be too strong for cobweb regulations, and will vindicate her rights with certain effect—perhaps with awful perils? No nation ever did or ever ought to resist such allurements and invitations to a particular mode of industry.
  22. In the cobweb of streets around,.

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