said Jessie choking, but moving towards the door with Spartan-like calmness
Yesterday I trusted well in Providence, and believed that events were working together for your good and mine: it was a fine day, if you recollect--the calmness
of the air and sky forbade apprehensions respecting your safety or comfort on your journey.
Then he drew his hand over his eyes, stood a moment to collect himself apparently, and turning anew to Catherine, said, with assumed calmness
- 'You must learn to avoid putting me in a passion, or I shall really murder you some time
The singular calmness
remained with him the rest of the evening and he slept a new reposeful sleep; but it was not with him very long.
Then she glanced in a casual manner round the wine-shop, took up her knitting with great apparent calmness
and repose of spirit, and became absorbed in it.
She sat in comparative calmness
to hear what else he had to tell.
See the calmness
of the night, the solitude of the spot, inviting us to break our slumbers by a vigil of some sort.
We most earnestly recommend to you calmness
and unanimity in this great and weighty affair, that the union may be brought to a happy conclusion, being the only EFFECTUAL way to secure our present and future happiness, and disappoint the designs of our and your enemies, who will doubtless, on this occasion, USE THEIR UTMOST ENDEAVORS TO PREVENT OR DELAY THIS UNION.
The Professor held up his golden crucifix, and said with wonderful calmness
, "Do not fear, my dear.
I blame no one," returned Phileas Fogg, with perfect calmness
These words were pronounced with the most exact politeness and the most perfect calmness
The very anticipations of delight to be enjoyed in his forthcoming visits -- the bright, pure gleam of heavenly happiness it diffused over the almost deadly warfare in which he had voluntarily engaged, illumined his whole countenance with a look of ineffable joy and calmness
, as, immediately after Villefort's departure, his thoughts flew back to the cheering prospect before him, of tasting, at least, a brief respite from the fierce and stormy passions of his mind.