An anthem for the queenliest dead that ever died so young - A dirge for her the doubly
dead in that she died so young.
The bank had continued to take in money for a whole day after its failure was inevitable; and as many of its clients belonged to one or another of the ruling clans, Beaufort's duplicity seemed doubly
Earth man," he cried, "you have earned a more ignoble death than now lies within our weakened power to inflict upon you; but that the death you die tonight may be doubly
bitter, know you that when you have passed, your widow becomes the wife of Matai Shang, Hekkador of the Holy Therns, for a Martian year.
Scribbled in sore haste, by a very tremulous little hand, with a pencil, on the flyleaf of some book, my darling's message is still difficult to read; it was doubly
so in the moonlight, five-and-forty autumns ago.
While still continuing to visit her from time to time, from a remnant of common respect, he felt doubly
embarrassed with Fleur-de-Lys; in the first place, because, in consequence of having scattered his love in all sorts of places, he had reserved very little for her; in the next place, because, amid so many stiff, formal, and decent ladies, he was in constant fear lest his mouth, habituated to oaths, should suddenly take the bit in its teeth, and break out into the language of the tavern.
Night was falling rapidly, and their predicament was rendered doubly
worse when they could not even find the elephant trail which they had been following.
Gentlemen,' says one of them, 'you know the Thabor Bridge is mined and doubly
mined and that there are menacing fortifications at its head and an army of fifteen thousand men has been ordered to blow up the bridge and not let us cross?
I will not dilate upon the feelings with which I left the old house, the well-known garden, the little village church--then doubly
dear to me, because my father, who, for thirty years, had taught and prayed within its walls, lay slumbering now beneath its flags--and the old bare hills, delightful in their very desolation, with the narrow vales between, smiling in green wood and sparkling water--the house where I was born, the scene of all my early associations, the place where throughout life my earthly affections had been centred;--and left them to return no more
Hunger for the moment overcame the little Prince's fears, and he set to with avidity upon the strange, rough fare, made doubly
coarse by the rude utensils and the bare surroundings, so unlike the royal magnificence of his palace apartments.
Kapu, thus doubly
damned, calmly gave full details of how it had been given to him by Lervumie; and Lervumie, with equal wealth of detail, told how he had received it from Noni; and from Noni to Sulefatoi it went on around the circle again.
To my poor boy, left doubly
desolate, I have never been able to impart a sense of my presence.
In a clergyman (perhaps) doubly