This rantipole hero
had for some time singled out the blooming Katrina for the object of his uncouth gallantries, and though his amorous toyings were something like the gentle caresses and endearments ofa bear, yet it was whispered that she did not altogether discourage his hopes.
Shelby's best hand, who, as he is to be the hero
of our story, we must daguerreotype for our readers.
She's always talking about him, and says he was the bravest hero
Spain ever had, or any other country.
It seems to me then that I would rather be a hero
of a French duel than a crowned and sceptered monarch.
The strangling hero
sprang up with a relieving snort.
Which made him feel uncommon bully, for it was nuts for Tom Sawyer to be a public character that-away, and a hero
, as he calls it.
When he was only ten years old the boy was cleverer than all the King's counsellors put together, and when he was twenty he was the greatest hero
in the whole kingdom.
Either to be a hero
or to grovel in the mud--there was nothing between.
you will never make a hero
, Charles," cried Julia, laughing heartily.
I would not, however, have any friend of mine imagine that, in fulfilling his hereditary duties in that line, our hero
wanted a proper estimation of their dignity and importance.
The Prime Minister out of office is seen, too often, to have been but a pompous rhetorician, and the General without an army is but the tame hero
of a market town.
The reformer England needs today is an energetic phonetic enthusiast: that is why I have made such a one the hero
of a popular play.