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exclaimed the veteran; "don't preach about weather to a man that has cruised in whirlwinds and tornadoes.
As the inscriptions were worn out by the time and weather, they were playing the part of "Old Mortality," and piously renewing them.
In really fluffy weather they might as well have been under your hat.
While Esther sleeps, and while Esther wakes, it is still wet weather down at the place in Lincolnshire.
Susan poured out tea, and was just remarking that they were having hot weather in Wiltshire too, when Mr.
I don't mean at sermon-time in warm weather (when the thing has actually been done, once or twice), but in the night, and alone.
Rosy goes out in all weathers, and will be none the worse for an hour's brisk skating.
A bleak desolate tract of country, open to piercing blasts and fierce wintry storms--a dark, cold, gloomy heath, lonely by day, and scarcely to be thought of by honest folks at night--a place which solitary wayfarers shun, and where desperate robbers congregate;-- this, or something like this, should be the prevalent notion of Snow Hill, in those remote and rustic parts, through which the Saracen's Head, like some grim apparition, rushes each day and night with mysterious and ghost-like punctuality; holding its swift and headlong course in all weathers, and seeming to bid defiance to the very elements themselves.
A ruddy and lusty old dame, who delights in all weathers and seasons, and is likely to outlive all her children yet.
Why, my poor country people in their bit cobles[16] pass from island to island in all weathers, ay, and by night too, for the matter of that.
She hurriedly declined, saying that wet or dry made little difference to her; she was used to go about in all weathers.
The hunters, who venture abroad all weathers, frequently brought us in fine venison, and sometimes bear's flesh, but we did not much care for the last.