But, whatever might really be its limits, it was enough, when perceived
by his sister, to make her uneasy, and at the same time, (which was still more common,) to make her uncivil.
The worthy carrier, whose unholy thoughts kept him awake, was aware of his doxy the moment she entered the door, and was listening attentively to all Don Quixote said; and jealous that the Asturian should have broken her word with him for another, drew nearer to Don Quixote's bed and stood still to see what would come of this talk which he could not understand; but when he perceived
the wench struggling to get free and Don Quixote striving to hold her, not relishing the joke he raised his arm and delivered such a terrible cuff on the lank jaws of the amorous knight that be bathed all his mouth in blood, and not content with this he mounted on his ribs and with his feet tramped all over them at a pace rather smarter than a trot.
When De Winter perceived
them, in his turn he advanced toward them with surprising rapidity.
No wonder, then, that the acute Narmonee perceived
the advantage my razor possessed over the usual implement.
This was a fresh misfortune for Buckingham, who fancied he perceived
in Madame Henrietta's look a deeper feeling than that of curiosity.
As I ran at full speed, with my nose up in the atmosphere, and intent only upon the purloiner of my property, I suddenly perceived
that my feet rested no longer upon terra-firma; the fact is, I had thrown myself over a precipice, and should inevitably have been dashed to pieces but for my good fortune in grasping the end of a long guide-rope, which depended from a passing balloon.
Continuing our progress, we perceived
a district with vegetables that grew not upon any soil but in the air.
The gray rocks, so many silent and attentive phantoms, appeared to raise their heads to examine likewise the field of battle by the light of the moon, and Athos perceived
that the field, empty during the combat, was now strewn with fallen bodies.
As they went out Maggie perceived
two women seated at a table with some men.
I find, indeed, I have indeed a faculty of imagining, or representing to myself, the ideas of those particular things I have perceived
, and of variously compounding and dividing them.
a low carriage, fixed on a sledge and drawn by dogs, pass on towards the north, at the distance of half a mile; a being which had the shape of a man, but apparently of gigantic stature, sat in the sledge and guided the dogs.
Directly I perceived
him I could see that he was the man for the situation.