As soon as I was clear of the thicket, I ran as I never ran before, scarce
minding the direction of my flight, so long as it led me from the murderers; and as I ran, fear grew and grew upon me until it turned into a kind of frenzy.
As time wore on she even hunted alone when Korak and Akut were prowling at a great distance, as they were sometimes forced to do when game was scarce
in their immediate vicinity.
I have a document here in his handwriting; it is between ourselves, for I scarce
know what to do about it; it is an ugly business at the best.
A letter came From one, and -- there was one; the others fell In the same battle -- he alone was left, Scarce
able from the iron grasp of Death To tear his miserable life.
After prayers and pious ceremonies are over, there is scarce
an hour in the day, says Captain Bonneville, that you do not see several horses racing at full speed; and in every corner of the camp are groups of gamblers, ready to stake everything upon the all-absorbing game of hand.
They had scarce
come to a halt, when they perceived a large smoke at some distance to the southwest.
The red one in all probability cannot swim," I said, "since there is scarce
enough water in all their domains to float the tiniest craft.
Faint light filtered from above through occasional ventilating and lighting tubes, but it was scarce
sufficient to enable my human eyes to cope with the darkness, and so I was forced to move with extreme care, feeling my way along step by step with a hand upon the wall beside me.
Werper, on the other hand, could scarce
make his escape alone through a country hostile to Europeans while the men he would send with the Belgian could be carefully selected with a view to preventing Werper from persuading any considerable portion of his command to accompany him should he contemplate desertion of his chief.
She could scarce
wait for the coming of the day that she might look again upon the bright face of her little, black-eyed Jack.
And what the people but a herd confused, A miscellaneous rabble, who extol Things vulgar, and, well weighed, scarce
worth the praise?
asked the young clerk, who could scarce
keep from laughter at the sight of the hot little man so swathed in the great white cloak.