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  1. Their whispering voices wreathe.

  1. I stared at the last rays wreathing this peak, while shadows were.
  2. Ah! you want to get yourselves killed, so do I—I, who am speaking to you; but I do not want to feel the phantoms of women wreathing their arms around me.
  3. Guns thudded in salute, wreathing Claw Island’s barren, sun-scorched hillsides in gunsmoke as the four galleons ghosted out of North Channel and into the waters of Hardship Bay.
  4. And at length, steeled to the height, by his stoutness in suffering, I continued the discipline, by intervals, till I observed him wreathing and twisting his body, in a way that I could plainly perceive was not the effect of pain, but of some new and.
  5. By little and little I suffered myself to be prevailed on, and giving, as it were, up to the point of him, I made my thighs, insensibly spreading them, yield him liberty of access, which improving, he got a little within me, when by a well managed reception I worked the female screw so nicely, that I kept him from the easy mid-channel direction, and by dexterous wreathing and contortions, creating an artificial difficulty of entrance, made him win it inch by inch, with the most laborious struggles, I all the while sorely complaining: till at length, with might and main, winding his way in, he got it completely home, and giving my virginity, as he thought, the coup le grace, furnished me with the cue of setting up a terrible outcry, whilst he, triumphant and like a cock clapping his wings over his down-trod mistress, pursued his pleasure: which presently rose, in virtue of this idea of a complete victory, to a pitch that made me soon sensible of his melting period; whilst I now lay acting the deep wounded, breathless, frightened, undone, no longer maid.
  6. But giving us no time to consider the dimensions, he threw himself instantly over his charming antagonist who received him as he pushed at once dead at mark, like a heroine, without flinching; for surely never was girl constitutionally truer to the taste of joy, or sincerer in the expressions of its sensations, than she was: we could observe pleasure lighten in her eyes, as he introduced his plenipotentiary instrument into her; till, at length, having indulged her to its utmost reach, its irritations grew so violent, and gave her the spurs so furiously, that collected within herself, and lost to every thing but the enjoyment of her favourite feelings, she retarded his thrusts with a just concert of spring heaves, keeping time so exactly with the most pathetic sighs, that one might have numbered the strokes in agitation by their distinct murmurs, whilst her active limbs kept wreathing and intertwisting with his, in convulsive folds: then the turtle-billing kisses, and the poignant painless lovebites, which they both exchanged, in a rage of delight, all conspiring towards the melting period.
  1. Mist wreathed from the wet.
  2. The world dead, wreathed in flame.
  3. Ted is wreathed in cigarette smoke.
  4. Hope’s face appeared wreathed in alarm.
  5. Smoke wreathed her hair like a saint’s halo.
  6. Coughing I peered about in the smoke wreathed room.
  7. The moon was wreathed by thin, ghostly wisps of cloud.
  8. Maiorescu was working on his laptop, his head wreathed in.
  9. At the end of the village was a church now wreathed in flames.
  10. The personality is so unique that it might be a pain wreathed.
  11. His face was wreathed in a smile even as his soul felt at peace.
  12. Then Denethor leaped upon the table, and standing there wreathed in.
  13. Their bodies wreathed in steam they sank into the moist grass below.
  14. I looked past him to where the inner citadel was already wreathed in flames.
  15. As she read, her normally neutral facial expression became wreathed in a smile.
  16. She stood, holding the dead girl, wreathed in destruction, tears streaming down her.
  17. From ancient Babylon the symbol, a rod wreathed with two serpents, was carried to Greece.
  18. He stood in the mouth of the alley, wreathed in shadow, listening to her strong heart beat.
  19. Hazel, face wreathed in smiling wrinkles and bearing a huge, layered, chocolate-and-cream cake.
  20. They’re not after you! It’s me they want! I glanced back at the building wreathed in flames.
  21. As she looked, her eyes blazed with unholy light, and the face became wreathed with a voluptuous smile.
  22. Peter rode up to the front of the caravan, his pipe hanging from his mouth, his brown head wreathed in smoke.
  23. Also smells—warm, rich, and varied smells—that twined and twisted and wreathed themselves at last into one.
  24. His face was still wreathed in a friendly open smile that had his former way about it, Call it responsibility.
  25. Warriors, wreathed in fiery robes with blades of pure fire, suddenly appeared and hacked down the beast where it stood.
  26. The professor sat in silence for a few minutes, and the darkness hid the grim smile that wreathed his wrinkled countenance.
  27. Her face, despite all the pain she had been made to feel, was wreathed in a peaceful smile, which only maddened Marfoul more.
  28. Yes! There, way back in the shadows, was a big chunk of snow and the idiot smile of Vamenos winking above it, wreathed in smoke.
  29. The massive mob of soldiers huddled in the cities’ main streets tried to avoid the bordering houses that were wreathed in flames.
  30. The last trace of Green Hornet, the shimmer of gas, hydraulic fluid, and oil that had wreathed the rafts since the crash, faded away.
  31. I wreathed myself in clouds of smoke when the cigarette supply allowed, even smoking an unhealthy portion of my friend’s allowance.
  32. Ranged like the heads of malefactors on Temple Bar were hats--emerald and white, lightly wreathed or drooping beneath deep-dyed feathers.
  33. She got up from her knees and motioned me over to sit on a bench under an arbor which was wreathed with several different flowering vines.
  34. The pair of women came sweeping into the room with platters of roast duck, their faces wreathed in smiles, moving side by side in smooth harmony.
  35. The man who spoke held his hand out and over the cliff’s edge, and immediately a doorway wreathed in light formed in the darkness of the storm cloud.
  36. She stood in the doorway of the refectory, her face lit up grotesquely by the candle lamp in her hand, her head wreathed in smoke like a fashionable hat.
  37. The castle and its towers were wreathed with flowering vines that bloomed white and let off a honeysuckle smell that I could already smell on the breeze.
  38. The priest lighted two candles, wreathed with flowers, and holding them sideways so that the wax dropped slowly from them he turned, facing the bridal pair.
  39. The castle was still wreathed in early morning fog as I made my way through it toward the stables where I knew Rolf would have Flin saddled and waiting for me.
  40. It was a spacious octagon, later in design than the rest of the house its walls, were adorned with wreathed medallions and across its dome prim Pompeian figures stood pastoral groups.
  41. It is moulded fully in the round, but by way of adornment, in close agreement with the tradition of vase-painting, the head is wreathed with rosettes and crowned by a single palmette.
  42. Words seemed to come to me as the being wreathed in flame came to a stop within reach of me, I imagine you already know my name and as far as that goes, I do not wish to know yours in return.
  43. A fine, sumptuous country cottage in the English taste overgrown with fragrant flowers, with flower beds going round the house; the porch, wreathed in climbers, was surrounded with beds of roses.
  44. Fury wreathed across his features he started to raise his gun, only to have his features go slack with surprise and have his eyes track down to the blade stuck fast within his chest where a heart should’ve been.
  45. The smoke wreathed above their heads in little eddies, and curling in a spiral form it ascended swiftly through the opening in the roof of the lodge, leaving the place beneath clear of its fumes, and each dark visage distinctly visible.
  46. To enter from the chill darkness outside, and find one's self confronted by a totally unanticipated festal board, draped with red, adorned with white napery, and wreathed with flowers, was to feel that the preparations were brilliant indeed.
  47. The older of the two remaining men, the councilman from the court yesterday, nodded his head respectfully at Thaddeus as a slight smile touched his lips, while his companion’s face was wreathed in a huge grin at Thaddeus’s snub of Oswald.
  48. The one from the Provincial Assembly, more restless and uneasy in its corporate expression, was overtopped by the big face of Don Juste Lopez, soft and white, with prominent eyelids and wreathed in impenetrable solemnity as if in a dense cloud.
  49. Nor were their ornaments like those in use to-day, set off by Tyrian purple, and silk tortured in endless fashions, but the wreathed leaves of the green dock and ivy, wherewith they went as bravely and becomingly decked as our Court dames with all the rare and.
  50. In her pale, sea-green draperies, dragging heavily at the hem with a fragile border of urchin shells, her creamy neck and shoulders bare, her flowing yellow hair bound and wreathed with strands of dark, wet seaweed—oh, she was pretty, indeed! Stephen sprang forward.
  51. Also smells—warm, rich, and varied smells—that twined and twisted and wreathed themselves at last into one complete, voluptuous, perfect smell that seemed like the very soul of Nature taking form and appearing to her children, a true Goddess, a mother of solace and comfort.
  52. Just where she had paused, the brook chanced to form a pool, so smooth and quiet that it reflected a perfect image of her little figure, with all the brilliant picturesqueness of her beauty, in its adornment of flowers and wreathed foliage, but more refined and spiritualized than the reality.
  53. Leaving Sheatera to be with her new playmate I stepped forward past yet one more bronze relief statue of King Solomon sitting on a throne to approach a doorway framed by molten stone that led inward to the clearest of waters that was wreathed in bubbles that floated upward as if in replica of a fish tank without walls of glass to hold the water in.
  54. The tomb in the daytime, and when wreathed with fresh flowers, had looked grim and gruesome enough, but now, some days afterwards, when the flowers hung lank and dead, their whites turning to rust and their greens to browns, when the spider and the beetle had resumed their accustomed dominance, when the time-discoloured stone, and dust-encrusted mortar, and rusty, dank iron, and tarnished brass, and clouded silver-plating gave back the feeble glimmer of a candle, the effect was more miserable and sordid than could have been imagined.
  55. Soon the chest was lost to view again in an expanding cloud of magical particles, which billowed out and wreathed it in twisting,.

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