Swaffer's foreigner tried to expostulate: was ejected forcibly: got a black eye
Poor Bessy's wide-open black eyes
began to fill with tears, her great red cheeks and lips became quite pale, and her face was distorted like a little child's before a burst of crying.
He flings out continually these flouts and sneers;" the woman in the crimson blouse spoke as if appealing quietly to a third person, but her black eyes
never left Razumov's face.
At last, her shot being all expended, the child stood still and gazed at Hester, with that little laughing image of a fiend peeping out -- or, whether it peeped or no, her mother so imagined it -- from the unsearchable abyss of her black eyes
Powell could not defend himself from some sympathy for that thick, bald man, comically shaped, with his crimson complexion and something pathetic in the rolling of his very movable black eyes
in an apparently immovable head, who was so tactfully ready to take his competency for granted.
Some fine day you'll tie up to one of 'em, an' then, mebbe, on occasion, you'll wear black eyes
for a change.
Lecount's amiable black eyes
looked more interested in the strange lady than ever.
Debby told me to bring this and help you get up," she said, opening her black eyes
wide, as if she wondered how on earth "the sailor man" got there.
She had a round, sly, piquant face and pretty black eyes
He at once fished out his instrument, and commenced to play "Two Lovely Black Eyes
And the passengers, still perched in the air, with gleaming black eyes
and with querulerus chirpings one to another, accepted the white man's law.
Her bright black eyes
blazed with abstract anger against those who rebuke mechanic science and ask for the return of romance.