Heyward instantly knew it for a trinket that Alice was fond of wearing, and which he recollected, with the tenacious memory of a lover
, to have seen, on the fatal morning of the massacre, dangling from the fair neck of his mistress.
Ichabod only lingered behind, according to the custom of country lovers
, to have a tete-a-tete with the heiress; fully convinced that he was now on the high road to success.
Weston to himnot in the least suspecting that she was addressing a lover
lies wounded in this castle thy preferred lover
This was enough to cause the Princess to suspect that her lover
Not far from this there is a spot where there are a couple of dozen of tall beeches, and there is not one of them but has carved and written on its smooth bark the name of Marcela, and above some a crown carved on the same tree as though her lover
would say more plainly that Marcela wore and deserved that of all human beauty.
Poet and sportsman, mystic and man of this world, a great polo player, and the passionate lover
of one beautiful woman whose ill-starred fate inspired Po Chu-i, the tenderest of all their singers,** Ming Huang is more to literature than to history.
Whatever earthly affection he abandoned or grasped, the great Admiral was always, before all, beyond all, a lover
On pronouncing these words, Mary raised her eyes to her lover
, whom she saw more pale and more cast down than an exile who is about to quit his native land forever.
Where my lover
calls I go-- Shame it were to treat him coldly--
Mainwaring's jealousy it was totally his own invention, and his account of her attaching Miss Mainwaring's lover
was scarcely better founded.
Neither is it merely in the phrase; for whereas it hath been well said, that the arch-flatterer, with whom all the petty flatterers have intelligence, is a man's self; certainly the lover