I will have nought to do with a man who can blow hot and cold with the same breath
Give me thy breath
, my sister," exclaimed Beatrice; "for I am faint with common air.
But Tip had no breath
to speak, so the Saw-Horse continued his wild career unchecked and with unabated speed.
It startled the breath
out of me, for an instant; it also showed me that I was lost, and had no sort of idea where I was.
she asked, as well as she could, for the run was putting her quite out of breath
I do, too," nodded Pollyanna, again with that choking little breath
So sensible were the audience of some unwonted attribute in their minister, that they longed for a breath
of wind to blow aside the veil, almost believing that a stranger's visage would be discovered, though the form, gesture, and voice were those of Mr.
Such a gust struck them at the moment when Vasili Andreevich, having recovered his breath
, got out of the sledge and went up to Nikita to consult him as to what they should do.
And, ere I knew, I was bending over her, and as her sweet breath
came and went I whispered: "Grace o' God, I am here.
If I have enough breath
left with which to reach that little house, I may be saved," he said to himself.
In one breath
she asked hundreds of questions about Mr.
He now sat down again very much out of breath
, gasping at his pipe as if it contained a supply of that necessary, without which he must perish.