Sprache wählen
    Synonyme und Definitionen Gehen Sie zu den Synonymen

    Verwenden Sie „quill“ in einem Satz

    quill Beispielsätze





    1. put down his quill and looked his colleague squarely in the

    2. Corrente sat alone behind the great oak desk, his quill

    3. Jean sat back in his chair and began rolling the quill

    4. parchment towards him and began inking his quill

    5. She was completely innocent of clothing but holding some music notes and a writing quill

    6. twenty seven," the Sargent was scribbling away with his quill pen which he licked furiously

    7. “Am I to stand here and consider my fate?” Jean called through the tent wall, though Terese made no reply, the shadow of a quill feather bristling over the desk where the woman sat

    8. He worked with a quill and ink, writing passages of scripture that he had memorised from readings back home

    9. Dorro opened his own bag and pulled out some paper, ink, and a quill

    10. At the guard’s arrival, he’d gathered up his quill pen and best parchments and hurried out behind the soldier

    11. The soldiers from their lord’s new garrison have seen to that, and his fingers itch for the feel of the quill and the rasping of parchment as the ink stains the whiteness

    12. Were I to know no other way from those I saw controlled by fear, I could not be with quill in hand describing Mine experience

    13. There was a quill in the inkstand but it had long since dried up

    14. Halfway down this he heard a quill scratching, and turned into a broad room whose many wide casements overlooked the harbor

    15. Publio sat at a carved teakwood desk writing on rich parchment with a golden quill

    16. 'Conan?' The gaunt man started up and the quill fell from his fingers

    17. quill the only home

    18. said flatly as he handed Jed a fanciful quill pen

    19. endmill cuts much easier than trying to plunge with your machine's quill

    20. I was sitting on a stump, copying down a sentence with a quill I’d cut myself

    21. Arin snorted and Tem sat down on the stones with the quill, parchment and ink

    22. SA Rands, US Dollars and the unspent Budget all meticulously recorded with a quill

    23. The munching of the apple ceased, and the soldier’s quill stopped moving

    24. pulled the quill from his leg and doused the wound with the

    25. With no hesitation, Sebastian took the quill pen, dipped it in ink and wrote down his

    26. Anne stopped writing again, but then placed the quill pen into the ink, striving to remain

    27. Harald sharpened his quill and prepared to take notes

    28. Lauren plucked another quill from Robbie’s massive shoulder

    29. A thick and living stalagmite growing in the center of the room served as a table for other possessions, such as the clock given to him by his father and made of precious stones, a tablet of Cyprus and a golden quill given to him by his mother, a moon rock from Hecate, and a pair of slippers that his brother made for him of lamb’s wool

    30. ” I stood in front of a small fire as he dipped a quill pen into a dark liquid mixture and marked my hands and face; strange symbols which writhed and entwined into gold, blue, red, orange, and yellow snakes

    31. Quill asked Fox what he was looking at

    32. Fox ignored Quill, saying nothing as he stood still, listening

    33. Fox and Quill were inspecting the fire, the opossum called Dell catching up

    34. Glancing down at her ink spotted hands, she hoped her struggle with the quill would pay off and that Emory would follow Chambers to Hampton Court immediately

    35. If he answered yes to that then there were so many other follow-up questions but I put the quill down without writing them

    36. Loosely wrapped around the stem of the feather, the calamus, the hollow shaft and which has been used to make quill pens, was a piece of paper

    37. diminutive fi gure inked a quill, unaware that he was being observed

    38. "That is a quill pen," said her

    39. Baby had taken the quill pen

    40. She took grandma's quill pen, and she spilled the ink

    41. A tattered quill was clutched in her hand

    42. Beside it, gleaming in the torchlight, was the quill

    43. He picked up the quill and left the room

    44. Setting the parchment and quill aside for a moment, he picked up the body

    45. counter and stool, the writing-pen of quill or metal, the making

    46. With defter quill than touched the Thracian string

    47. For me alone was Don Quixote born, and I for him; it was his to act, mine to write; we two together make but one, notwithstanding and in spite of that pretended Tordesillesque writer who has ventured or would venture with his great, coarse, ill-trimmed ostrich quill to write the

    48. Your quill pen will be whalebone, your ink a juice secreted by cuttlefish or squid

    49. (Myles Crawford strides out jerkily, a quill between his teeth

    50. That was the talk of the town that year (Albert William Quill wrote a fine piece of original verse of 910 distinctive merit on the topic for the Irish Times), breakers running over her and crowds and crowds on the shore in commotion petrified with horror

    1. They stood entranced with the delicious cold bumps on their necks and the suddenly stiffened small hairs quilled up over their scalps

    1. A year had now elapsed since her sad marriage, but she had preserved sufficient draperies from the wreck of her then full wardrobe to clothe her very charmingly as a simple country girl with no pretensions to recent fashion; a soft gray woollen gown, with white crape quilling against the pink skin of her face and neck, and a black velvet jacket and hat

    2. "There's a reason in mourning, as I've always said; and three folds at the bottom of your skirt and a plain quilling in your bonnet—and if ever anybody looked like an angel, it's you in a net quilling—is what's consistent for a second year

    1. on his neck stood up in quills, and suddenly Roman felt uncomfortable in the one

    2. They strapped these plates of variable size onto the recipient and used tiny quills that had been filled by capillary action to inject the essences and pigments through the design into the skin

    3. The spears stuck out like the quills of a

    4. One thing that did stand out with their appearance was the presence of two, fish’s scale shaped protrusions above their foreheads that Lezura identified as sensory quills

    5. He saw a blue colored, hairless, feline thing with big green eyes and a round tail covered in red quills walk up to him

    6. Not only were the gufders now on Joey, but some of the quills from the gufder had stuck into his flesh

    7. Joey yelped as he yanked three quills out of his shoulder

    8. They were of the softest deerskin, decorated with eagle quills and colourful quetzal feathers and beads of every colour, which were cunningly woven in and out to produce a stunning story of the Tolteca’s journey south

    9. The white quills in my study are covered in black ink from my prolific writing over the last ten years

    10. For example, this business about the white quills seems out of place to me, as well as the part about oxen pulling a plow

    11. All that remained of the once lush provider was the pointy quills of its thorns sticking in every direction

    12. “Gruel plus the quills that scribed their sentence

    13. His tail began to unfold, and the quills puffed up so they were standing on end once more

    14. The ball of quills swelled

    15. Poison-tipped quills thudded into his arms, chest, and legs

    16. Something hovered above the manticore’s head—the ball of quills, from which protruded the shiny black stinger

    17. It was one of the manticore’s quills, broken off but firmly wedged in his flesh

    18. Had they penetrated his armor? No, the quills had been sticking in his soft, pink human flesh before he had changed, and his new skin had simply formed around them

    19. The poison that had brought him down seemed to have lost its effect, and only the quills themselves were bothering him

    20. She had been stuck with quills, and was lying alone in the woods

    21. To his surprise he found a number of manticore quills lying in the flattened soil, which must have popped right out of his skin when he changed back

    22. A vision of the manticore popped into Hal’s head, looming out of the fog with a grin on its face, and that terrible tail curled up and over its head, swaying in the air with quills bristling

    23. Abigail could at least buzz away faster than she could run, but that assumed she wasn’t stuck with poisoned quills

    24. Hal had also entertained the idea of a remote attack, with hundreds of quills flying through the air at them

    25. He couldn’t have blocked all the quills, but he might have used his leathery wings as a shield and caught most of them

    26. With a savage flick, poison quills shot out and flew at Robbie, who threw up his arms and ducked his head

    27. Robbie, stuck all over with what seemed like hundreds of quills, was staggering around

    28. Dewey stilled his restless hoofs and looked angrily into the woods, while Robbie sat and plucked poison quills out of his hide

    29. Hal quickly explained to him—quietly, in case the manticore was listening—that transforming back into his human shape might allow the quills to simply drop out

    30. Hal was transfixed by the sight of Robbie’s poison quills falling into the dirt, but he jumped with fright when he heard the sudden rush of an animal though the woods

    31. And standing over the garments was the manticore, all rippling muscle and claws, red fur and blue eyes, rows of needle-like teeth, and a terrifying segmented tail with a ball of quills on the end, from which protruded a vicious-looking shiny black point

    32. A few quills and she’d be lying on the ground unconscious, unable to defend herself or escape

    33. Behind him, the manticore watched warily, hunkered low to the ground, its tail high over its head and bristling with quills

    34. Then, as now, Hal had been stuck with quills

    35. Hal carefully clamped his jaws around the manticore’s long, thick tail, careful not to touch the black stinger that was partially hidden by poison-tipped quills

    36. Allow the quills of the brush to grip the hair at the ends and turn under with a steady roll of the wrist

    37. Use a brush with well spaced rounded nylon quills in preference to a bristle brush, and use a protective conditioner before blow-drying your hair

    38. She roared in pain at the burns, her cry so terrible it shook Silas to the hollow quills of his feathers

    39. Like the quills of a porcupine, extra magazine clips stuck out from the special belt at her waist

    40. Cavorting around the Nautiluswas a school of triggerfish with flat bodies, grainy skins, armed with stings on their dorsal fins, and with four prickly rows of quills quivering on both sides of their tails

    41. Quills in the postoffice chewed and twisted

    42. As it crawled through downtown, the float looked something like an enormous green reptile with a sleek cedar spine and eight wavering spruce quills

    43. I was fill’d with such Energy and creative Fire that it seem’d I could compleat an entire Book that very Ev’ning, so I took Quills and Foolscap in Hand and began, in a Frenzy, to write

    44. Hairs, waxed and prickled by sunlight, each sharp as quills embedded on the lips, the cheeks, the eyelids, the brows

    45. Some, who were gay, had in their mouths quills through which they blew vermin over the crowd, picking out the women; the dawn accentuated these lamentable profiles with the blackness of its shadows; there was not one of these creatures who was not deformed by reason of wretchedness; and the whole was so monstrous that one would have said that the sun's brilliancy had been changed into the glare of the lightning

    46. " On the margin there stood: exambassador, and a note which we also copy: "In a separate box, a neatly frizzed peruke, green glasses, seals, and two small quills an inch long, wrapped in cotton

    47. And with the agility of a monkey, flinging back his hair, tearing off his spectacles, and withdrawing from his nose by sleight of hand the two quills of which mention was recently made, and which the reader has also met with on another page of this book, he took off his face as the man takes off his hat

    48. Here the Spanish men found nose rings and anklets and god-sticks and eagle quills filled with gold

    49. At one time she would come on board with a jar of pickles for the steward's pantry; another time with a bunch of quills for the chief mate's desk, where he kept his log; a third time with a roll of flannel for the small of some one's rheumatic back

    50. Mark, however, felt certain he had distinctly seen the animal's quills, so a little later he quietly left the camp without saying a word to any one as to where he was going

    Weitere Beispiele zeigen

    Synonyme für "quill"

    quill calamus shaft flight feather pinion quill feather quill pen down plume prick spine pen