With clasped hands I fervently
implored a blessing on its inhabitants, and hastily turned away; for I saw the sunshine was departing; and I carefully avoided another glance, lest I should see it in gloomy shadow, like the rest of the landscape.
King Dox thanked Dorothy fervently
for getting him the invitation to come to Oz, which he all his life longed to visit.
I left her, with my mind in a tumult of contending emotions, which gradually resolved themselves into two master-feelings as I walked on: Love, that adored her more fervently
than ever; and Hope, that set the prospect before me of seeing her again on the next day.
The Fox replied, "Indeed, I should have thanked you fervently
if your deeds had been as good as your words, and if your hands had not been traitors to your speech.
Rose said it so fervently
that Mac was moved to grope for her apron and hold on to a corner of it, as if it was comfortable to feel her near him.
pressed my hand; he fervently
thanked God that my father had not lived to hear what he had heard.
But she did hope fervently
that she would be among the first ten at least, so that she might see Matthew's kindly brown eyes gleam with pride in her achievement.
And then they came--Beautiful Alice blushing and lovely, in the prettiest of pretty blue dresses, and the Awkward Man, so fervently
happy that he quite forgot to be awkward.
But the way to Ev lay plainly before them, and they fervently
hoped that they had seen the last of the Nome King and of his dreadful palace.
I should be proud and happy," said I, fervently
, "if I can be of any service.
He clutched my hand fervently
one night, and said imploringly, `My DEAR sister Bryant, are you a Christian?
But in the morning, when I woke without that cheering hope that had been my secret comfort and support so long, and all this day, when I have wandered about restless and objectless, shunning my husband, shrinking even from my child, knowing that I am unfit to be his teacher or companion, hoping nothing for his future life, and fervently
wishing he had never been born, - I felt the full extent of my calamity, and I feel it now.