It has already been noticed that directly over the platform on which Hester Prynne stood
was a kind of balcony, or open gallery, appended to the meeting-house.
it was a bad business, a bad business;' then he quietly took the rein and led me to the stable; just at the door stood
There was a rustle in the gallery, which nobody noticed; a moment later the church door creaked; the minister raised his streaming eyes above his hand- kerchief, and stood
He mounted another step threateningly as if it were his energetic intention to jump down and deal with her; but as she came toward him he evidently thought better of it and stood
on the top step of his ladder shaking his fist down at her.
He was otherwise quite self-possessed, bowed to the Judge, and stood
The slayers stopped in their stride, the witch-doctors stood
with outstretched arms, the world of men was as though it had been frozen into sleep.
They ended parle, and both addrest for fight Unspeakable; for who, though with the tongue Of Angels, can relate, or to what things Liken on Earth conspicuous, that may lift Human imagination to such highth Of Godlike Power: for likest Gods they seemd, Stood
they or mov'd, in stature, motion, arms Fit to decide the Empire of great Heav'n.
Thus he spoke, but Ulysses came up and stood
There they stood
amidst the densest bustle of Vanity; the dealers offering them their purple and fine linen and jewels, the men of wit and humor gibing at them, a pair of buxom ladies ogling them askance, while the benevolent Mr.
A lieutenant stood
at the right of the line, the point of his sword upon the ground, his left hand resting upon his right.
From where he stood
he could not see the persons coming out of the hall till they had advanced a few steps beyond the wooden sides of the storm-door; but through its cracks he heard a clear voice answer: "Mercy no
Without looking at me, he snatched the candle from the table on which it stood
by the bedside, and carried it to a bureau at the opposite side of the room.