the Towrs of Heav'n are fill'd With Armed watch, that render all access Impregnable; oft on the bordering Deep
Encamp thir Legions, or with obscure wing Scout farr and wide into the Realm of night, Scorning surprize.
Dawn was breaking when, without any warning whatsoever, Pinocchio found his path barred by a deep
pool full of water the color of muddy coffee.
Also I will tell how he rapt me away by the deep
plan of my father the Son of Cronos and carried me off beneath the depths of the earth, and will relate the whole matter as you ask.
an island, which may be compared to a castle situated on the summit of a lofty submarine mountain, protected by a great wall of coral-rock, always steep externally and sometimes internally, with a broad level summit, here and there breached by a narrow gateway, through which the largest ships can enter the wide and deep
There is a narrow sand-bar running into it, with very deep
water on one side, on which I helped boil a kettle of chowder, some six rods from the main shore, about the year 1824, which it has not been possible to do for twenty-five years; and, on the other hand, my friends used to listen with incredulity when I told them, that a few years later I was accustomed to fish from a boat in a secluded cove in the woods, fifteen rods from the only shore they knew, which place was long since converted into a meadow.
On the 11th, a small cloud of smoke was observed rising in a deep
part of the defile.
There seemed a deep
sense of life and joy about all; and although no airs blew from out the heavens, yet every thing had motion through the gentle sweepings to and fro of innumerable butterflies, that might have been mistaken for tulips with wings.
The snow lay fifteen inches deep
, and made the travelling grievously painful and toilsome.
"Yes, that all happened!" he said, and, smiling happily to himself like a child, he fell into a deep
, youthful slumber.
The motion of a raft is the needful motion; it is gentle, and gliding, and smooth, and noiseless; it calms down all feverish activities, it soothes to sleep all nervous hurry and impatience; under its restful influence all the troubles and vexations and sorrows that harass the mind vanish away, and existence becomes a dream, a charm, a deep
and tranquil ecstasy.
"No, he fell in," said Godfrey, in a low but distinct voice, as if he felt some deep
meaning in the fact.
This smoke (or flame, perhaps, would be the better word for it) was so bright that the deep
blue sky overhead and the hazy stretches of brown common towards Chertsey, set with black pine trees, seemed to darken abruptly as these puffs arose, and to remain the darker after their dispersal.