At the bidding of the mob, the houses were all illuminated that night--lighted up from top to bottom
as at a time of public gaiety and joy.
By way of testing whether there were still a living germ in such ancient seeds, Holgrave had planted some of them; and the result of his experiment was a splendid row of bean-vines, clambering, early, to the full height of the poles, and arraying them, from top to bottom
, in a spiral profusion of red blossoms.
The Queen sets us the example: we are moving on from top to bottom
On both sides of the throne stretched a solid mass of humanity from top to bottom
of the amphitheatre.
The stranger, whom as yet Dantes knew only by the number of his cell, sprang up with an agility by no means to be expected in a person of his years, and, light and steady on his feet as a cat or a lizard, climbed from the table to the outstretched hands of Dantes, and from them to his shoulders; then, bending double, for the ceiling of the dungeon prevented him from holding himself erect, he managed to slip his head between the upper bars of the window, so as to be able to command a perfect view from top to bottom
A carved balustrade, freshly painted in the lower stories, but growing dingier as we ascend, borders the staircase with its quaintly twisted and intertwined pillars, from top to bottom
It had been slit from top to bottom
along the centre seam, and it pulsed rhythmically, the slit opening and closing regularly with every leap of the wearer.