The subjunctive mood, past perfect tense
of the verb `to know.
The signal rockets burst and rained their sparks through the night and vanished, and the spirit of all those watching batteries rose to a tense
Two or three times, even, to the great astonishment of his friends, he had, when Aramis allowed some rudimental error to escape him, replaced a verb in its right tense
and a noun in its case.
On entering the room I glanced around me with tense
Notwithstanding the in tense
cold without, his head was uncovered; but a profusion of long, black, coarse hair concealed his forehead, his crown, and even hung about his cheeks, so as to convey the idea, to one who knew his present amid former conditions, that he encouraged its abundance, as a willing veil to hide the shame of a noble soul, mourning for glory once known.
The old lady explained to Kim, in a tense
, indignant whisper, precisely what manner and fashion of malignant liar he was.
We were standing by then in the middle of the room with its vivid colours on a black background, with its multitude of winged figures with pale limbs, with hair like halos or flames, all strangely tense
in their strained, decorative attitudes.
Brussels is the preterpluperfect tense
of fashion, and Turkey is taste in its dying agonies.
He looked again at his watch, saw what had become of his time- values (he had taken hours for minutes - not, as in other tense
situations, minutes for hours) and the strange air of the streets was but the weak, the sullen flush of a dawn in which everything was still locked up.
She did not answer him but sat down quietly by her first cow, a fine-blooded animal which soon showed signs of restlessness under her tense
His whole face sharpened away into nose and chin, and the skin of his cheeks was drawn quite tense
over his outstanding bones.
Our conversation was hampered by the presence of the driver of the hired wagonette, so that we were forced to talk of trivial matters when our nerves were tense
with emotion and anticipation.