Then she went on softly
playing, but without removing her eyes from me.
Cast by your icy crown and sceptre, and let the sunlight of love fall softly on your heart.
The King's stern face grew milder as he gazed on the gentle Fairy, and the flowers seemed to look beseechingly upon him; while their fragrant voices sounded softly in his ear, telling of their dying sisters, and of the joy it gives to bring happiness to the weak and sorrowing.
the information that there was a noise he did not know; and Nalasu, with different sibilances, would hiss to him to stand still, to whuff more softly
, or to keep silent, or to come to him noiselessly, or to go into the bush and investigate the source of the strange noise, or, barking loudly, to rush and attack it.
He snarled softly up at the thing of fear, watching keenly the deportment of the hands.
So he followed morosely at Beauty Smith's heels, his tail between his legs, yet snarling softly under his breath.
I went round visiting in the neat brougham--with a stethoscope and medical review in the front-pocket, with Doctor Softly
by my side, keeping his face well in view at the window--to canvass for patients, in the character of my father's hopeful successor.
A terrible reflection, my dear boy," he admitted softly
, "but, alas
Then he closes his piano softly
changes his coat for a pea- jacket, with a goodly wicker-cased bottle in its largest pocket, and putting on a low-crowned, flap-brimmed hat, goes softly
The Prince of Saxe Leinitzer laid his cards softly
upon the table.
I dreamed,' said Barnaby, passing his arm through Varden's, and peering close into his face as he answered in a whisper, 'I dreamed just now that something--it was in the shape of a man--followed me-- came softly
after me--wouldn't let me be--but was always hiding and crouching, like a cat in dark corners, waiting till I should pass; when it crept out and came softly
It had moved softly
enough, but when it ceased to crunch the snow, the silence was as startling as if some great noise had been replaced by perfect stillness.