Then my brain grew calmer
, my imagination wandered into vague unconsciousness, and I soon fell into a deep sleep.
He grew calmer
telling me and trying to make me see the things he had seen.
One day passed, however, another and another; she did not come and I began to grow calmer
When the transports of the two lovers were calmer
, Milady, who had not the same motives for forgetfulness that D'Artagnan had, was the first to return to reality, and asked the young man if the means which were on the morrow to bring on the encounter between him and De Wardes were already arranged in his mind.
There was but one earthly affection in my breast, and it had grown calmer
since my youth; so that I was satisfied to bring Martha to be my sister, in our new abode.
Nay, sir," Adam said, in a calmer
voice, as if he were half- relieved--for he was too straightforward to make a distinction between a direct falsehood and an indirect one--"Nay, sir, things don't lie level between Hetty and you.
Certainly it was agreeable, when the day's work was over, to find one's employer an intelligent and cheerful companion; and if he was sometimes a little sarcastic and sometimes a little too insinuating, and if I did discover that his mildness was more a matter of appearance than of reality--if I did occasionally suspect the existence of flint or steel under an external covering of velvet--still we are none of us perfect; and weary as I was of the atmosphere of brutality and insolence in which I had constantly lived at X , I had no inclination now, on casting anchor in calmer
regions, to institute at once a prying search after defects that were scrupulously withdrawn and carefully veiled from my view.
Then said Achilles, "Son of Atreus, king of men Agamemnon, see to these matters at some other season, when there is breathing time and when I am calmer
And then he would have changed the subject, and sipped his coffee in peace over domestic matters of a calmer
hue; but Mr.
The following day was somewhat calmer
, although the gale still continued.
In youth his free and exulting step would know no barrier but the rolling ocean or the snow-topped mountains; calmer
manhood would choose a home where Nature had strewn a double wealth in the vale of some transparent stream; and when hoary age, after long, long years of that pure life, stole on and found him there, it would find him the father of a race, the patriarch of a people, the founder of a mighty nation yet to be.
And when an hour with calmer
wings Its down upon thy spirit flings - That little time with lyre and rhyme To while away - forbidden things