I think that through the cloudiness of his insanity he saw some antagonism in me, for he at once fell back on the last refuge
of such as he, a dogged silence.
Slowly I climbed out and sat for a while upon the ground, ready to spring back into my refuge
if any danger should appear.
have been in a Refuge
," pursued the sweet, sad voice of the other woman.
Monsieur would recall to himself that there were the refuges
to visit, and that tracks had to be made to them also.
There were occasions, however, when Mr Boffin, seeking a brief refuge
from the blandishments of fashion, would present himself at the Bower after dark, to anticipate the next sallying forth of Wegg, and would there, on the old settle, pursue the downward fortunes of those enervated and corrupted masters of the world who were by this time on their last legs.
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 seemed to him that the Power he had vainly trusted in among the streets and at the prayer-meetings, was very far away from this land in which he had taken refuge
, where men lived in careless abundance, knowing and needing nothing of that trust, which, for him, had been turned to bitterness.
I wriggled myself quickly to the top of the being, or object, half out of the water, which served us for a refuge
With that refuge
as a base, I could face this strange world with some of that confidence I had lost in realizing to what creatures night by night I lay exposed.
The minds of poets sought refuge
in the ideal world from the illusions of the senses.
If there is no place of refuge
, they will stand firm.
This was a Blackfoot renegado, named Kosato, a fiery hot-blooded youth who, with a beautiful girl of the same tribe, had taken refuge
among the Nez Perces.