And, to complete the whole, Haidee was in the very springtide and fulness
of youthful charms -- she had not yet numbered more than twenty summers.
Pensive with the fulness
of such discourse, his guests took leave and went their way; and passing up the valley, paused to look at the Great Stone Face, imagining that they had seen its likeness in a human countenance, but could not remember where.
Her clear blue eyes resting on him in the fulness
of filial affection, as she performed this office, and the open air with which she bent forward to receive the kiss he offered in thanks, removed any apprehensions which the name of their morning's companion might have excited.
The dashing young frigate captain, the man who in middle age was nothing loth to give chase single-handed in his seventy-four to a whole fleet, the man of enterprise and consummate judgment, the old Admiral of the Fleet, the good and trusted servant of his country under two kings and a queen, had felt correctly Nelson's influence, and expressed himself with precision out of the fulness
of his seaman's heart.
For I feel it, I feel it--infinite love is suffering too--yea, in the fulness
of knowledge it suffers, it yearns, it mourns; and that is a blind self-seeking which wants to be freed from the sorrow wherewith the whole creation groaneth and travaileth.
Her figure shared in this beneficial change; it became rounder, and as the harmony of her form was complete and her stature of the graceful middle height, one did not regret (or at least I did not regret) the absence of confirmed fulness
, in contours, still slight, though compact, elegant, flexible--the exquisite turning of waist, wrist, hand, foot, and ankle satisfied completely my notions of symmetry, and allowed a lightness and freedom of movement which corresponded with my ideas of grace.
At last a seer in the fulness
of his knowledge declared to us the oracles of Apollo, and I was myself first to say that we should appease him.
A principal fruit of friendship, is the ease and discharge of the fulness
and swellings of the heart, which passions of all kinds do cause and induce.
It was a luxuriance of aspect, a fulness
of growth, which made her appear more of a woman than she really was.
Cautions against the violence of such noblemen and baronets as delight in forcing young ladies away to some remote farm-house, must, at such a moment, relieve the fulness
of her heart.
In my satisfaction at finding that he had not been dogging me intentionally (though I had forgotten the incident till he reminded me of it), I answered his question with unusual fulness
For though the bias of her nature was not to thought, but to sympathy, yet was she so perfect in her own nature as to meet intellectual persons by the fulness
of her heart, warming them by her sentiments; believing, as she did, that by dealing nobly with all, all would show themselves noble.