Elizabeth saw thousands of these fish swimming in shoals along the shallow and warm waters of the shore; for the flaring light of their torch laid bare the mysteries of the lake, as plainly
as if the limpid sheet of the Otsego was but another atmosphere.
When you next want any thing that I can give you, ask for it plainly
MILLWARD,' I exclaimed, in a tone of wrathful menace that made the reverend gentleman look round - aghast - astounded at such unwonted insolence, and stare me in the face, with a look that plainly
said, 'What, this to me
My guests, ye higher men, I will speak plain language and plainly
See, now," he said, striking right and left, as if to make sure, "down there a burn is running; and at the head of it there stands a bit of a small hill with a stone cocked upon the top of that; and it's hard at the foot of the hill, that the way runs by to Torosay; and the way here, being for droves, is plainly trodden, and will show grassy through the heather.
If he had known, his pistol stuck at that time quite plainly out of his pocket, and I could see the sun twinkle on the steel of the butt.
She does not understand, and to her I cannot speak plainly of all this.
He said plainly at that time that if she expressed the desire, he would not refuse.
When I have stated the case to Lady Verinder as the case now stands, and when I have told her plainly
what course of action to take for the recovery of the Moonstone, the responsibility will be off my shoulders.
To that hatred and distrust--which had expressed itself in various ways in the Asylum--the anonymous letter, written after her escape, was plainly
Louis, to fetch his family, whom he had left behind; but he seemed in no great hurry to bring on these incumbrances, for when we moved away, he loitered back into the cabin, and was plainly
bent on stopping there so long as his money lasted.
They kept their station for a while, till they found the savages, like wild beasts, spread themselves all over the place, rummaging every way, and every place they could think of, in search of prey; and in particular for the people, of whom now it plainly
appeared they had intelligence.