The morning sun was unclouded, and the trees and shrubs imbibed the sweet air of the month of May; yet there seemed a gloom on Nature's face, as if she sympathized
with mortal pain and sorrow Roger Malvin's hands were uplifted in a fervent prayer, some of the words of which stole through the stillness of the woods and entered Reuben's heart, torturing it with an unutterable pang.
The better class of tourist was shocked at this, and sympathized
with the new-comers.
In his heart he rather sympathized
with Constable Cobb.
When we turned out of the town, round a corner, and Richard told us that the post-boy, who had for a long time sympathized
with our heightened expectation, was looking back and nodding, we both stood up in the carriage (Richard holding Ada lest she should be jolted down) and gazed round upon the open country and the starlight night for our destination.
In all my efforts to learn to read my mother shared fully my ambition, and sympathized
with me and aided me in every way that she could.
But still he pitied Prince Andrew to the point of tears and sympathized
with his wounded pride, and the more he pitied his friend the more did he think with contempt and even with disgust of that Natasha who had just passed him in the ballroom with such a look of cold dignity.
with William's anxieties and did her utmost to share them; but still, to be alone together, to be running risks together, to be partners in the wonderful conspiracy, was to her so enthralling that she was always forgetting discretion, breaking out into exclamations and admirations which finally made William believe that, although deplorable and upsetting, the situation was not without its sweetness.
A curious proof of the subtlety of these Paul Ferroll books in the appeal they made to the imagination is the fact that I came to them fresh from 'Romolo,' and full of horror for myself in Tito; yet I sympathized
throughout with Paul Ferroll, and was glad when he got away.
Until the following spring Norman of Torn continued to occupy himself with occasional pillages against the royalists of the surrounding counties, and his patrols so covered the public highways that it became a matter of grievous import to the King's party, for no one was safe in the district who even so much as sympathized
with the King's cause, and many were the dead foreheads that bore the grim mark of the Devil of Torn.
While the other Folk would not have come to our rescue had Red-Eye proceeded to tear Lop-Ear and me to pieces before their eyes, nevertheless they sympathized
with the ardent philanthropy of his motives.
She pitied me; she sympathized
with my longing to recover the character that I had lost.