The combat endured only for an instant, hand to hand, and then the assailed
yielded ground rapidly, until they reached the opposite margin of the thicket, where they clung to the cover, with the sort of obstinacy that is so often witnessed in hunted brutes.
Few parts of the Constitution have been assailed
with more intemperance than this; yet on a fair investigation of it, no part can appear more completely invulnerable.
She had refused him; yet at times she repented; and a presentiment that she should yet marry him, together with a terror at the idea which prevented her from wishing for the marriage, assailed
But evil things, in robes of sorrow, Assailed
the monarch's high estate; (Ah, let us mourn, for never morrow Shall dawn upon him, desolate
His patrician nose wrinkled in disgust as his nostrils were assailed
by the awful stench of the hut.
But the nervousness that assailed
him at the door of that inglorious haunt - a pawnshop - and the effort necessary to invent the pseudonym (which, somehow, seemed to him a necessary part of the procedure), had taken more time than he imagined: and when he returned to the billiard-room with the spoils, the bank had already closed its doors.
Under this same cloak he assailed
Africa, he came down on Italy, he has finally attacked France; and thus his achievements and designs have always been great, and have kept the minds of his people in suspense and admiration and occupied with the issue of them.
Secretly following his trail, they discovered the lodges of the unfortunate Nez Perces, and assailed
them with shouts and yellings.
I have pondered deeply on the matter; I love Mademoiselle de la Valliere above everything; and it is not proper to leave her in a position where her reputation, her virtue even, may be assailed
Whilst they were carefully regarding this--Adam with the aid of an opera-glass--their nostrils were assailed
by a horrid stench, something like that which rose from the well-hole in Diana's Grove.
The stench that assailed
him turned him horribly sick.
No intimation of danger assailed
the dormant faculties of the ape-man--he saw no crouching hairy figures upon the ground beneath him nor the three apes that swung quietly into the tree beside him.