The well-known old door handle, which always angered the countess when it was not properly cleaned, turned as loosely
The purple trousers and pink waistcoat and red shirt hung loosely
over the wooden joints Tip had manufactured, and the carved face on the pumpkin grinned perpetually, as if its wearer considered life the jolliest thing imaginable.
To his delight he discovered that the thin blocks of hewn stone of which it was constructed were fitted in loosely
without mortar or cement.
At one side of the trail, beneath a giant tree, lay a little heap of loosely
piled brush--to her dying day that little spot of jungle would be indelibly impressed upon her memory.
I am a man, and within me is as fine and pure a soul as any man may own," and to his mind's eye came the vision of a fair face surmounted by a mass of loosely
waving, golden hair; but the brainless ones could not understand and only shook their heads as they resumed their feeding and forgot the subject.
It seemed to him that the rings hung a little loosely
upon the thin, white fingers.
But the term is so loosely
applied, and it seems so difficult, after all, to define what a vagabond is, or to strike the right moral balance between the vagabond work which is boldly published, and the vagabond work which is reserved for private circulation only, that I did not feel justified in holding aloof from my former friend.
Robed in white--her soft brown hair hanging loosely
over her shoulders--there is something weird and ghost-like in the girl, as she moves nearer and nearer to the window in the full light of the moon--pleading for music that shall be worthy of the mystery and the beauty of the night.
The work of excavation was not difficult: the earth with which the grave had been loosely
filled a few hours before offered little resistance and was soon thrown out.
A dozen mounted men, strung out loosely
, approaching from the opposite side of the clearing, were only a matter of a hundred yards or so away.
The omelette ready, we sat down at table and were silently eating, when the door was pushed open and an old woman, dressed in rags, leaning on a stick, her head doddering, her white hair hanging loosely
over her wrinkled forehead, appeared on the threshold.
Everything about his face and figure, from his short-cropped black hair and freshly shaven chin down to his loosely
fitting, brand-new uniform, was simple and at the same time elegant.