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I at once pictured to myself a creature with spectacles and lank hair, horribly freckled, and tramping about on huge feet.
He grinned down horribly into the face of his victim.
His neck was in pain and lifting his hand to it found it horribly swollen.
It was very dark, and the wind howled horribly around her, but Dorothy found she was riding quite easily.
The stench that assailed him turned him horribly sick.
So the chill hours wear on, and the long suspense is horribly trying to the paleface who has to live through it for the first time; but to the trained hand those ghastly calls and still ghastlier silences are but an intimation of how the night is marching.
Over and over rolled Numa, the lion, clawing and biting at the air, roaring and growling horribly in savage attempt to reach the thing upon its back.
Poor Anne could only blush horribly and murmur, "not very lately," which was taken by all, Mrs.
Shall you think I am horribly greedy," she asked, "if I say that I should like something to eat?
Brewer, who had observed them at the same moment, was leaning forward in an attitude of rapt attention, horribly pale.
She looked so horribly grown up in it that we felt as if she were lost to us already.
But Athena sprang quickly from the immortal head and stood before Zeus who holds the aegis, shaking a sharp spear: great Olympus began to reel horribly at the might of the bright-eyed goddess, and earth round about cried fearfully, and the sea was moved and tossed with dark waves, while foam burst forth suddenly: the bright Son of Hyperion stopped his swift-footed horses a long while, until the maiden Pallas Athene had stripped the heavenly armour from her immortal shoulders.