Spenlow seemed quite cowed
by the gentlemanly sternness of Miss Murdstone's manner, and deprecated her severity with a conciliatory little wave of his hand.
uf has not recovered his temper since his late overthrow,'' said De Bracy to the Templar; ``he is cowed
at the very idea of a cartel, though it come but from a fool and a swineherd.
me more than the pain, and I began to obey him at once, walking straight in at the door and towards the parlour, where our sick old buccaneer was sitting, dazed with rum.
By this almost all the Christians were on board, and the Moors, who were fainthearted, hearing their captain speak in this way, were cowed
, and without any one of them taking to his arms (and indeed they had few or hardly any) they submitted without saying a word to be bound by the Christians, who quickly secured them, threatening them that if they raised any kind of outcry they would be all put to the sword.