brood sätze

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Brood sätze (in englisch)

1. Brood on it I did.
2. He couldn't let her brood on it.
3. It’s not a good thing to brood.
4. A male voice interupted his brood.
5. Thou Mother with Thy Equal Brood.
6. While they ache for their young brood.
7. She seemed to brood with joy over it.

8. Gender : Males will mouth brood the eggs.
9. Jake said the dragons were a good brood.
10. But it did not good to brood about that).
11. An exasperated mother with her noisy brood;.
12. But hopefully our brood can give us some eggs.
13. Not to the Mother Hen, the leader of his brood.
14. And to her straggling brood the partridge calls;.
15. Strong as a brood mare some of those horsey women.
16. But in the end all that foul brood was stamped out.
17. She’s only looking after the interests of the brood.
18. And these powers brood over cities, nations, and areas.
19. Thee in thy larger, saner brood of female, male--thee in thy.
20. As reality set in, Thomas lost his energy and began to brood.
21. Gone were the philosophical tones; it was not a brood, I told.
22. The eaglet hatched with the brood of chicks and grew up with them.
23. They weren’t interested in me for myself, just as a brood mare.
24. The keeper opens the two center partitions to examine the brood cells.
25. As it turned out, I didn't get to brood too much over what had happened.
26. She could only brood on her dead son; he had been let to die so cruelly.
27. When would these black clouds of loneliness move away and stop to brood?
28. He wondered if they were petitioners or junior members of the royal brood.
29. My young brood of three girls was growing up in my birthplace, Ithaca, NY.
30. The man who rids himself of Fear will find that the rest of the brood has.
31. My current lady with her brood and they all wanna feed off of you as well.
32. A month has a way of becoming two and then three but lets not brood on it.
33. However, that was the past, and this afternoon there was little cause to brood.
34. As he continued to brood, his attention was slowly drawn to a sound from outside.
35. But now Chardonnay and her brood lay scattered on the ground, exhausted by battle.
36. Let teachers and priests and philosophers brood over questions of reality and illusion.
37. Tarleton had a brood mare and a colt and was as happy as though she had a million dollars.
38. What else? Trouble! We have another missing child—this time one of the Parfinns’ brood.
39. If the birds are fortunate enough to recuperate, they can be safely brought back to the brood.
40. That news set off a chorus of nervous clucking, and Chardonnay led the brood out of the farmyard.
41. McPerson with their brood of four children - my older twin brothers, Achilles and Hector, and my.
42. It was an evil action, of course, but it was the sole means of escape, and better not to brood over.
43. For those who don’t believe the world is a mysterious and deeply layered place, brood on that awhile.
44. Here and there among the cells containing dead brood and honey an angry buzzing can sometimes be heard.
45. Cynthia’s sister Mary looked after Terry and her own brood of four children all under the age of six.
46. Had it not been for them, she would have been left alone to brood over her husband who did not love her.
47. One of my brood mares escaped into the inner canyons of the Ernor hills where the wild horse packs roam.
48. Von Lembke unmistakably began to brood, and brooding was bad for him, and had been forbidden by the doctors.
49. While the vast brood of children scattered, Millin poured two cups of water for his guests and bade them sit.
50. A brood of kids was clustered behind him, trying to see who had come to the house in the middle of the night.
51. A mother was expected to defend her brood and to keep her home safe, just as a wolf mother protects her cubs.
52. Climbing the precipitous ascent, he laughed and chattered, but she was silent, seeming to brood over something.
53. Chardonnay and the chickens were tiring, and Dawes and Katya were getting the better of their battle with the brood.
54. You should not be serving tonight, Ilyara, he growled amiably, You should instead tend to your growing brood.
55. It was unfortunate because he had been useful to her, but she knew that she could ill afford to further risk the brood.
56. It was a night-mare as hideous as was ever begotten by the hellish brood it-self; and it was an atrocious slander on God.
57. But the words themselves would remain inaccessible, like the past more generally, upon which he’d learned not to brood.
58. My reputation as Man Who Doesn’t Give A Shit Or Scare Too Easily had apparently not reached this creature or his brood.
59. Ideal for brood mares in the last few weeks of pregnancy to strengthen contractions and reduce the risk of haemorrhaging.
60. Metaphor, who acted all of Old Curiosity Shop or every last one of Fagin's brood in Oliver Twist as audiences cried Mercy.
61. Ellen, especially, continued to grieve and brood, her long, moody musings broken only by fits of stormy, passionate weeping.
62. Samantha quickly introduced her to the Crump brood, and just as quickly Annette read the situation perfectly and pulled up a chair.
63. Without sin they’d have no reason for their existence, so they aren’t going to stop telling everyone that gays are the devil’s brood.
64. Beside her perched the bow-legged little negro who frolicking colts and placid brood mares, was empty now except for one mule, the mule Mr.
65. That said, He slowly disappeared, as did the last rays of the sun, which prompted Muktilo to say, The hour doth brood with mischief, Sire.
66. Standards may have slipped in other departments, but as far as us chickens are concerned, we still run a professional, well ordered brood.
67. The old sow had finally been captured and she and her brood rooted squealed so loudly no one in the house could talk but it was a pleasant sound.
68. His older sister’s divorced and offloads her brood on us far too often, and his older brother’s being sued for maintenance by at least two women.
69. My problems have bred entire subsets of problems, which are no doubt having birth pains to spawn yet more problems, even as I pause to brood about them.
70. Karan could sense that Divya was hiding some thing, but since he was hardly concerned about his own life, he decided not to brood over it too much for now.
71. Not that you shouldn’t act to eliminate a threat, but he’d known from watching the reporter sit and brood behind a pillar that he’d never really been one.
72. The mother was there, spreading her wings like a fan over her brood; the father fluttered about, flew away, then came back, bearing in his beak food and kisses.
73. Imagine saying, No, you can’t stay here, to a mother who hasn’t fed her brood a decent meal in weeks and hasn’t even got a car they can all sleep in.
74. A partridge, indeed, with a brood of ten behind her, ran forward threateningly, but soon repented of her fierceness, and clucked to her young ones not to be afraid.
75. March would not leave Beth's side, but rested in the big chair, waking often to look at, touch, and brood over her child, like a miser over some recovered treasure.
76. The deacon's wife used to come then and say, ‘Alexandr Alexandrovitch is a man of the noblest heart, but Nastasya Petrovna,’ she would say, ‘is of the brood of hell.
77. He would wake up in his sleep and brood that with these pleasant evenings he was betraying their love, he was pushing aside the suffering he ought to have felt in the need 32.
78. But swapping salt fish for fish and chips didn’t curb Aunt Beryl’s breeding, and within seven years’ time she had had a brood of five additional children, for four additional men.
79. He soon displayed in the cockpit the wisdom that Father Antonio Isabel had given him, and he made enough money not only to enrich his brood but also to look for a man’s satisfactions.
80. He'll begin to brood, he'll weave a tangle round himself, he'll worry himself to death! What's more he will provide me with a mathematical proof--if I only give him long enough interval.
81. Nisaba’s hand had slipped from his own and she now drifted over closer to her mother, who, suddenly alerted, looked to gather in her brood, but of course Mashu was too big for that now.
82. He'll begin to brood, he'll weave a tangle round himself, he'll worry himself to death! What's more he will provide me with a mathematical proof—if I only give him long enough interval.
83. In the children’s fairy story The Ugly Duckling (1846) by Hans Christian Andersen, a cygnet in a brood of ducklings is mocked by them for his drab appearance but turns into a beautiful swan.
84. She didn’t have to stay up at night worrying about what the lawyer was telling his wife, lying in their goosedown bed, him telling her stories about the Day mother and her dirty brood.
85. And I am careful of those places, and purposely avoid visiting them as far as possible, that later on when I am alone and unhappy I may go back to them to brood over my griefs and my memories.
86. Her fondness for several of the dozen wild, yet innocent children, was well known throughout the camp and the source for endless chiding and inquisition about when she would begin her own brood.
87. Even if you're sure that you have all the information you need, doing a bit of hunting and gathering for more information lets your subconscious mind brood on the task before you start writing.
88. Instead of serried rows of bees sealing up every gap in the combs and keeping the brood warm, he sees the skillful complex structures of the combs, but no longer in their former state of purity.
89. In that tone, it was a catchword dating back to nursery days which the elf-like Anne had shared with a whole brood of sturdy cousins, and meant, Please stop fooling; I want to be taken seriously.
90. He’ll begin to brood, he’ll weave a tangle round himself, he’ll worry himself to death! What’s more he will provide me with a mathematical proof—if I only give him long enough interval….
91. At the age of fourteen he had escaped a Dundee slum and swarming brood of siblings by attaching himself to a touring theatre company run by Alwyn and his wife, who were then in their early thirties.
92. Owning nothing and childless, hers was nevertheless the wealthiest of souls for possessing all the best that a mother's love epitomizes and the world's worst-off were the most loved of her foster brood.
93. Chardonnay had worked on the farm for years, a model member of the brood who had worked her way steadily up the ranks through hard work, dedication and an unswerving obedience to the rules of the roost.
94. Here and there a couple of bees, by force of habit and custom cleaning out the brood cells, with efforts beyond their strength laboriously drag away a dead bee or bumblebee without knowing why they do it.
95. In boundless love as a Christian and as a man I read through the passage which tells us how the Lord at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders.
96. Among these terrors, and the brood belonging to them, the Doctor walked with a steady head: confident in his power, cautiously persistent in his end, never doubting that he would save Lucie's husband at last.
97. Ironbristles just smiled and put his hands on his waist, beaming proudly, Yep, me maw told me I was the smartest one of the brood! Why, let me tell you, little girl, when I was a wee sprat, I was gonna—.
98. You see, my dear boy, I knew long ago that there are children who brood from their earliest years over their family through being humiliated by the unseemliness of their surroundings and of their parents' lives.
99. He began to work about the house: he got the wood ready for the winter with his son, threshed the grain with the women, thatched the sheds, gathered in the bees, and gave ten hives with the young brood to his neighbour.
100. We are all of us imaginative in some form or other, for images are the brood of desire; and poor old Featherstone, who laughed much at the way in which others cajoled themselves, did not escape the fellowship of illusion.
1. She was brooding and mad.
2. She bowed her head, brooding.
3. He paced about camp, brooding.
4. He remains silent and brooding.
5. Brooding, she touched the flowers.
6. Everywhere he followed her, brooding.
7. Ambrosius stood in a brooding silence.
8. He was big, brooding, and intimidating.
9. Her eyes had a veiled and brooding look.
10. They remained silent and somewhat brooding.
11. Even with the Dark brooding in the horizon.
12. Though I was myself a brooding child, yet.
13. She was in a mood for brooding on the past.
14. I know you were brooding something special.
15. From experience he knew that brooding on the.
16. Blackforest was a brooding expanse of towering.
17. At last a slow brooding smile came on to his lips.
18. Overhead the starlit heavens glistened, brooding.
19. It keeps her active and it keeps her from brooding.
20. In a moment she walked back to the brooding council.
21. Penn was with them, looking sullen, brooding over a.
22. This brooding yearning heart, that cannot tell itself.
23. Brooding over his cup of coffee, Harry muttered that.
24. Thomas was brooding over his troubles alone at Bethpage.
25. I remained in the sitting room for hours, brooding in pain.
26. Over at the far end of the swamp was a brooding rock with.
27. He was tal , brooding, silent, terrifying and stealth-like.
28. He was quiet and brooding, hardly addressing a word to Gita.
29. Their faces were severe, deep gazes and brooding expressions.
30. He did seem a bit quiet, brooding, maybe, but that was Anton.
31. In a brooding twilight Conan moved across the bare green floor.
32. Grouching and brooding over failures and weaknesses won't help.
33. The telltale sign is when the males is mouth brooding the fry.
34. Brooding in expression, he took a deep breath, then recited:.
35. With a brooding eye, Sarah stared at her father with contempt.
36. For the most part, the brooding vampire was a thing of the past.
37. There was only a gradual, gloomy illumination of a brooding sky.
38. You could hear pigeons brooding there behind the corrugated steel.
39. Ivanka's heavy face, brooding but handsome, stared straight ahead.
40. Garcia paused for a long moment, brooding up at the crisp blue sky.
41. He wondered why Miriam crouched there brooding in that strange way.
42. She squatted in the corner, brooding and monstrous in her bloodied.
43. He was pale and pasty and was happiest brooding alone in his tent.
44. Archer sat by the rude hearth of his Big Rattle camp, brooding in a.
45. Some retreated into brooding isolation or lost themselves in escapes.
46. M: Give your heart and mind to brooding over the ‘I am’, what is.
47. After a few hours of brooding he started to look at his streamer again.
48. I rose an eyebrow at her You’re brooding most of the time my love.
49. He would waste parts of his days sleeping and brooding, frustrated of.
50. The whole city was falling back into a dark brooding shade, and silence.
51. On the way to home from the playground, I was brooding only about Lalit.
52. He was brooding now, staring out over the country from under sullen brows.
53. His brooding filled the room with thick malaise that was almost tangible.
54. Mitch looked on without a hint of what the brooding man was talking about.
55. Shahu was brooding over for a moment, putting his both hands on his knuckle.
56. After brooding on her, Watanabe decided that he had to end the relationship.
57. Distancing himself from the faithful hound his thoughts returned to brooding.
58. There was a brooding oppressiveness in the air that seemed to bode something.
59. Only his daughter had the power of charming this black brooding from his mind.
60. I could not put it out of my mind and was brooding for the whole of that day.
61. To such a condition may monomaniacs come by continually brooding over one idea.
62. He went into the hall, where he remained alone for a considerable time, brooding.
63. Why waste any of it brooding over things that have already done their worst?
64. Within their brooding brains was a revery of slaughter, a delightful blood dream.
65. You’ll find Ser Useless in his chambers, brooding on how great he used to be.
66. He had none of the dark, brooding belligerence I had seen in photos of his father.
67. I realized, moreover, that Ned Land's brooding was getting him madder by the minute.
68. He stood with his arms folded, his head slightly bent, a somber and brooding figure.
69. He was to be to them a father, a harsh and brooding, but just and solicitous father.
70. The prime minister sat at his desk brooding over a draft speech, that he was to deliver.
71. My mind was in a turmoil, brooding qver "the baby," the "exceptions that pass into rules.
72. Flat-faced, rectangular, and brooding, the B-24 had looks only a myopic mother could love.
73. Caris patted her black head absent-mindedly, then sat at the table in the hall, brooding.
74. Adem’s sense of him through the kigare was that he was brooding in his depths of flame.
75. If you have sex related issues with your partner, discuss the matter instead of brooding.
76. Melanie involuntarily returned the smile as his brother fixed them with a brooding stare.
77. It was either shouts and screams or long brooding silence; followed by shouts and screams.
78. At last Cardiff, in full brooding pace, arrived at the bottom of the porch rail and waited.
79. Silence followed, his sense of Math Mathonwy was that he was brooding in a cloud of flames.
80. Brooding over their experiences with this in mind, she was struck by certain similarities.
81. In her eyes alone of all the dark-skinned people there lurked no brooding gleam of madness.
82. Her brooding thoughts were interrupted by Joel, for he started speaking to Conrad just then.
83. A selfish indulgence into self-pity, and he cursed himself for brooding over his own career.
84. At last, however, he began brooding over the past, and the strain of it was too much for him.
85. He was part of their gang because he played lacrosse but he was more brooding than obnoxious.
86. She stared back at him, exploring his face, running over the brooding eyes and dark eyebrows.
87. He stopped and looked through her and beyond her, even as Ashley had often done, brooding face.
88. The old man lay back in his chair with a twitching face, and stared at her with brooding eyes.
89. The old man lay back in his chair, with a twitching face, and stared at her with brooding eyes.
90. The captain correlated his data to a silent Martin who sat red-eyed and brooding over his meal.
91. She felt, when she looked at her child's dark, brooding pupils, as if a burden were on her heart.
92. Instead it was Lesahr, the brooding descendant of Elven kings who was left with her on these nights.
93. It's a good thing you came, said Ivan, as though brooding, and not hearing Alyosha's exclamation.
94. Ivan stood in the middle of the room, and still spoke in the same brooding tone, looking at the ground.
95. I was always nervous when alone with him like this: he had a brooding silence that boded badly for me.
96. After Mack left the Palace Flop house (and, incidentally, did not find Doc at home), Hazel sat brooding.
97. The old farm house looks cold and uninviting, brooding over the loss of past generations of pig breeders.
98. My wife would catch me brooding at tea or after supper over the Irish coffee and say, ‘That again?’.
99. Marian began brooding, had fits of melancholia and I was afraid she would regress to her previous state.
100. Bullets suddenly whistled past Carroll’s face, nicking the brooding stone body of a crouching gargoyle.
1. Utter silence brooded over all.
2. Miriam bowed her head and brooded.
3. Back home in Canada Harry brooded.
4. He brooded over him while he ate.
5. It was a conspiracy, she brooded.
6. He had brooded in silence over a.
7. Ferguson brooded on the near distance.
8. Miriam brooded over his split with her.
9. She’d brooded most of the day on this.
10. I brooded over them for another minute.
11. I brooded about it and could not sleep.
12. Over everything she brooded and brooded.
13. The same enchanted quiet brooded over all.
14. I brooded on how I could take a peek inside.
15. Upstairs the boarders brooded in their rooms.
16. He gazed out at the galaxy of stars and brooded.
17. Though her air implied happiness, internally she brooded.
18. And the more she brooded on it the more it made her angry.
19. As I walked I brooded over Andrei, trying to undo the knots.
20. ALL THE WAY back to Kingsbridge, Caris brooded on the plague.
21. He brooded on the question of whether or not he should surrender.
22. She brooded and brooded and brooded herself towards accepting him.
23. All day Buck brooded by the pool or roamed restlessly about the camp.
24. Over all brooded a silence as sinister as that of a sleeping serpent.
25. Jarvis, "really nothing that I want to know"; but she brooded over it.
26. An hour a day, and with two years left I brooded on my time constraints.
27. His gaze brooded on his broadtoed boots, a buck's castoffs, nebeneinander.
28. They spoke low and never called or sang, for danger brooded in every rock.
29. De Maisonneuve brooded over that for a few seconds, then relented with a sigh.
30. And his eyes, dark and half closed, brooded as he looked into the dying fire.
31. She sat in the back of my mind and brooded, and waited, and brooded some more.
32. A silence as absolute as that of the forest brooded over the walls and minarets.
33. I was already longing to expound the cherished ideas I had brooded over in my corner.
34. He puzzled, and even brooded, but mostly questioned the wretched vacancy within his heart.
35. While in the sitting room, my heart started collapsing as I brooded over my wife’s attitude.
36. Is that what the revolution has been reduced to – a soup kitchen? a sitting shadow brooded.
37. Unconsciously he became like his brother, and his handsome face brooded, and his shoulders relaxed.
38. Primordial silence brooded over the jungle, in which his yells sounded brittle and hollow as mockery.
39. Neither man nor beast threatened him in the solitude which brooded over the castellated isle of Xapur.
40. Over all brooded the citadel, like a condor stooping above its prey, intent on its own dark meditations.
41. As he tore at the flesh of the scrawny squab he'd found under a nearby tree, he brooded on his misfortune.
42. We sat in silence as I thought, Harry brooded, and Hugo amused himself by hanging his head out the window.
43. There was no smoke from the chimneys—not a sign of habitation; unbroken silence brooded over the vast city.
44. Remember in Genesis, the spirit of God "brooded over the abyss"; and when the word was spoken, the spirit moved.
45. And she’s brooded about Stuart so much that—well, I hate to say it about much prettier and had so many beaux.
46. He got tangled up in his own speech; but she brooded on it, and he had a strange, roused sensation, as if his feelings were new.
47. We drove in silence for a while, and I let the music flow through me, relaxing and soothing, while he brooded, lost in thought.
48. The stillness, the solemnity that brooded in the woods, and the sense of loneliness, began to tell upon the spirits of the boys.
49. He brooded for an instant, scowling with the intentness of his thoughts; then seized Sancha's olive shoulder in a grip that made her wince.
50. Alone he brooded, not about Doc’s weakness, but about the treachery of Doc’s friends who could question him, who would dare to question him.
51. Say, I was thinking the other night about Joe Clarence—a great producer, that man? How often? Should I tell? Never! So Terwilliger brooded.
52. Meanwhile, that threatening sky he'd painted, reddish-brown clouds with blackness behind on the verge of unleashing a storm, brooded over the two of us.
53. You could see the Cerrillos Hills, flanked by the huge rock mastiff called Devil’s Throne; beyond them, the Jemez Mountains brooded on the far horizon.
54. Grim and horrific it brooded there, like the shadow cast by one of the apish gods that squat on the shadowy altars of dim temples in the dark land of Stygia.
55. She often brooded and tried to analyze past quarrels deep and fading in her memory and this introversion far from helping her, threw her deeper in depression.
56. The valley brooded in sullen lushness; and the branches of broom they carried with them in the carriage cut through the sombre background like a golden knife.
57. On Thursday the wind dropped, and a thick gray fog brooded over the land as though hiding the mysteries of the transformations that were being wrought in nature.
58. Gollum's mind had jumped to a guess quicker than his; naturally, for Gollum had brooded for ages on this one thing, and he was always afraid of its being stolen.
59. If she had been alone, and had brooded over everything, she would have been in an even worse sulk and temper—but somehow the others were so calm and sensible and cheerful.
60. He brooded there alone, stirring his food as if it were the split innards of Caesar’s fortuneteller’s pigeons, forking the spleen, ignoring the heart, predicting futures.
61. She lifted the bolt on the secret door, and a few moments later they were in the streets and hurrying away from the silent square where brooded the age-old shrine of Hanuman.
62. Day and night she brooded over them with tireless devotion and anxiety, leaving John to the tender mercies of the help, for an Irish lady now presided over the kitchen department.
63. Except for Hitler… There, Hitler sat and brooded over the past and wanted justice, revenge for all the mistreatment and injustice done to Germany since it had lost the Great War.
64. He knew too that the brains of many great men, whose thoughts he had read, had brooded over death and yet knew not a hundredth part of what his wife and Agafea Mihalovna knew about it.
65. For the rest of the night they brooded on and off like this, only making the odd comment here and there, but returning to their tumbling thoughts when a lull in conversation took place.
66. She was distinctly conscious now of the birth of a new feeling of love for the future child, for her to some extent actually existing already, and she brooded blissfully over this feeling.
67. Catherine we would fain have deluded yet; but her own quick spirit refused to delude her: it divined in secret, and brooded on the dreadful probability, gradually ripening into certainty.
68. He came in the morning and gave her his arm to take her to breakfast; he looked at her for hours together with an eye that was almost kind; he brooded over her as though she had been gold.
69. He brooded with the profound divination of the man of the people, over what we now call the idea of the nationality, had learned history with the express object of raging with full knowledge of the case.
70. As he sat that February evening he brooded over the fact that Jarad Hortmuller had for the second time escaped from the Concord prison, strangling a guard to death and obtaining his weapon in the process.
71. Only the age-old silence brooded over the mysterious ruins of Kuthchemes, but Fear was there; Fear quivered in the mind of Shevatas, the thief, driving his breath quick and sharp against his clenched teeth.
72. When she realised that he had no idea of what she was talking about, she related to him how her gay friend, the boy that Siri had verbally abused, had brooded over his sexuality for months following the incident in the restaurant.
73. The panics that had been lived through, the thoughts that had been brooded over, the money that had been wasted, and the disputes with her husband over marrying the two elder girls, Darya and Natalia! Now, since the youngest had.
74. Her sad and lonely inner child wandered the dark corridors of a huge adult world, while at the same time she could feel the steam head pressure of outrage building in the magma chambers that brooded darkly in the spaces between her quiet outward persona and her molten core.
75. Born in Sweet Water, lived in Chicago, survived in New York, brooded in Detroit, floundered in lots of places, arrived here late, after living in libraries around the country all those years because I liked being alone, liked matching up in books what I'd seen on the roads.
76. His which Captain Campion turned into a seagull and flew screaming over the river, until he woke in panic: and dozed again, to see Captain Chervil driving Blackavar field, aware of all that passed from one end of the world to the other, brooded the before him toward a shining wire in the grass.
77. Uncas raised the blanket for their passage, and as the sisters turned to thank him for this act of attention, they saw the scout seated again before the dying embers, with his face resting on his hands, in a manner which showed how deeply he brooded on the unaccountable interruption which had broken up their evening devotions.
78. He brooded with relish, in profound secret, over the image of a girl--virtuous, poor (she must be poor), very young, very pretty, of good birth and education, very timid, one who had suffered much, and was completely humbled before him, one who would all her life look on him as her saviour, worship him, admire him and only him.
79. He brooded with relish, in profound secret, over the image of a girl—virtuous, poor (she must be poor), very young, very pretty, of good birth and education, very timid, one who had suffered much, and was completely humbled before him, one who would all her life look on him as her saviour, worship him, admire him and only him.
80. In the intervals, over the swarming Plaza brooded a heavy silence, in which the mouth of the orator went on opening and shutting, and detached phrases—"The happiness of the people," "Sons of the country," "The entire world, el mundo entiero"—reached even the packed steps of the cathedral with a feeble clear ring, thin as the buzzing of a mosquito.
81. The landowner unmistakably spoke his own individual thought—a thing that very rarely happens—and a thought to which he had been brought not by a desire of finding some exercise for an idle brain, but a thought which had grown up out of the conditions of his life, which he had brooded over in the solitude of his village, and had considered in every aspect.
82. As he sat in the darkness of his quarters he brooded over why it had all gone so disastrously wrong, how the wormhole generator could have collapsed so terminally that no effort – even after days of rebuilding – was able to recreate anything like a stable field (although he did suspect his supervisors were deliberately not making the effort to have it restored).
83. Several passages returned again and again to his mind, and as he brooded over them, he felt inclined to say to himself that he had foreseen and known all that was written here; it even seemed to him that he had read the whole of this some time or other, long, long ago; and all that had tormented and grieved him up to now was to be found in these old, long since read, letters.
84. The panics that had been lived through, the thoughts that had been brooded over, the money that had been wasted, and the disputes with her husband over marrying the two elder girls, Darya and Natalia! Now, since the youngest had come out, she was going through the same terrors, the same doubts, and still more violent quarrels with her husband than she had over the elder girls.
85. This year the manoeuvres are up our way, so that we are blest with more than our usual share of attention, and wherever you go you see soldiers, and the holy calm that has brooded over us all the summer has given place to a perpetual running to and fro of officers' servants, to meals being got ready at all hours, to the clanking of spurs and all those other mysterious things on an officer that do clank whenever he moves, and to the grievous wailings of my unfortunate menials, who are quite beside themselves, and know not whither to turn for succour.
86. He saw Cosette every day, he felt paternity spring up and develop within him more and more, he brooded over the soul of that child, he said to himself that she was his, that nothing could take her from him, that this would last indefinitely, that she would certainly become a nun, being thereto gently incited every day, that thus the convent was henceforth the universe for her as it was for him, that he should grow old there, and that she would grow up there, that she would grow old there, and that he should die there; that, in short, delightful hope, no separation was possible.
87. The hours dragged by and the black shadow of calamity brooded over the town,.
1. But a woman broods.
2. He rests his head of sorts on a hand of sorts and broods.
3. Our poor Ned broods about all the things he can't have.
4. Nixon broods and sips from a glass of twenty-year-old Ballantine scotch.
5. Unhappy he, who, on the brink of misfortune, broods over ideas like these!.
6. He broods over these things for far too long – and by broods he means plans.
7. An air of mystery broods over Stonehenge, located in the English county of Wiltshire.
8. Clinging to the animals and carts that bore their broods, the women were dragged stumblingly.
9. This serenity broods over the city; and the shock of wars, earthquakes, tidal wave and stupendous fires has not shaken it.
10. Now, grieving as never before, she has no choice but to cast us from her, as she'd done with her first three wayward broods.
11. Leona packs away the sound desk, running cables back up to the wings of the stage, while Ted broods quietly at the far end of the bar.
12. At least, Scarlett tried to excuse herself that way but honesty forced her to admit that Melanie loved children and would Wade and the neighbors’ broods.
13. This is extremely rapid development for a parrot--an adaptation to raise as many broods as possible in an environment where food and water are unpredictable.
14. Oh! ye whose dead lie buried beneath the green grass; who standing among flowers can say—here, HERE lies my beloved; ye know not the desolation that broods in bosoms like these.
15. Frequently, brown and withered country women with broods of towhaired silent children spent the night there, women widowed by the war, dispossessed of their farms, seeking relatives who were scattered and lost.
16. Foremost through the sparkling sea shoots on the gay, embattled, bantering bow, but only to drag dark Ahab after it, where he broods within his sternward cabin, builded over the dead water of the wake, and further on, hunted by its wolfish gurglings.
17. A polite married women called to nurses and small children and gathered their broods together to take their departure, and groups of girls started off, laughing and talking, toward the house to exchange gossip in the upstairs bedrooms and to take their naps.
18. For several seconds, Jean Valjean was irresistibly overcome by that august and caressing serenity; such moments of oblivion do come to men; suffering refrains from harassing the unhappy wretch; everything is eclipsed in the thoughts; peace broods over the dreamer like night; and, beneath the twilight which beams and in imitation of the sky which is illuminated, the soul becomes studded with stars.

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