Unfortunately, another bashful person had chosen the same refuge
, for, as the curtain fell behind her, she found herself face to face with the `Laurence boy'.
Late in the afternoon she sought refuge
with Mademoiselle Reisz, and stayed there alone, waiting for her, feeling a kind of repose invade her with the very atmosphere of the shabby, unpretentious little room.
It will be better in a day or two," he continued, casting a longing look towards the door--the first refuge
of masculine weakness in an impending domestic emergency.
The people lost all hope of succor, and fled to the mountains for refuge
The family pew was a misery to him, yet he could nevermore enter into the solacing refuge
of the "nigger gallery"--that was closed to him for good and all.
Tom was about to take refuge
in a lie, when he saw two long tails of yellow hair hanging down a back that he recognized by the electric sympathy of love; and by that form was THE ONLY VACANT PLACE on the girls' side of the school-house.
Go on, my dear friend, till you, and those who, like you, have been saved, so as by fire, from the dark prison- house, shall stereotype these free, illegal pulses into statutes; and New England, cutting loose from a blood-stained Union, shall glory in being the house of refuge
for the oppressed,--till we no longer merely "~hide~ the outcast," or make a merit of standing idly by while he is hunted in our midst; but, consecrat- ing anew the soil of the Pilgrims as an asylum for the oppressed, proclaim our WELCOME to the slave so loudly, that the tones shall reach every hut in the Carolinas, and make the broken-hearted bondman leap up at the thought of old Massachusetts.
For myself, I had no need to make any change; I should not be called upon to quit my sanctum of the schoolroom; for a sanctum it was now become to me,--"a very pleasant refuge
in time of trouble.
I insisted on being provided instantly with a place of refuge
, and means of repose.
It was one of Norah's peculiarities to shrink from all reconciliations that were openly ratified, and to take her shy refuge
in reconciliations that were silently implied.
A weaver who finds hard words in his hymn-book knows nothing of abstractions; as the little child knows nothing of parental love, but only knows one face and one lap towards which it stretches its arms for refuge
The time is past for Jonahs to take refuge
in whales' bellies