The brothers withdrew
entirely from society, and nursed their humiliation in privacy.
Jennings no language, within her reach in her moments of happiest eloquence, could have expressed; and now she could reproach her only by the tears which streamed from her eyes with passionate violence--a reproach, however, so entirely lost on its object, that after many expressions of pity, she withdrew
, still referring her to the letter of comfort.
And as the girl withdrew
she added, smiling, "Fortunately, I have it in my power to supply deficiencies for this once.
He moved so slowly that it scarcely seemed as though he were moving at all, but at last he stood on his feet and then the squirrel scampered back up into the branches of his tree, the pheasant withdrew
his head and the rabbits dropped on all fours and began to hop away, though not at all as if they were frightened.
When the rehearsal was over, nobody observed that the stout lady with the wig privately withdrew
herself from the company; and when she was afterward missed from the table of refreshments, which Mr.
This proclamation having been made, the heralds withdrew
to their stations.
The duke and duchess left him to repose and withdrew
greatly grieved at the unfortunate result of the joke; as they never thought the adventure would have fallen so heavy on Don Quixote or cost him so dear, for it cost him five days of confinement to his bed, during which he had another adventure, pleasanter than the late one, which his chronicler will not relate just now in order that he may turn his attention to Sancho Panza, who was proceeding with great diligence and drollery in his government.
Everybody had remarked that something had passed between the king and queen; but both of them had spoken so low that everybody, out of respect, withdrew
several steps, so that nobody had heard anything.
Monte Cristo took the delicate hand of the young girl in his, and was about to raise it to his lips, when the simple child of nature hastily withdrew
it, and presented her cheek.
No one offered to assist the sufferer, although many said it ought to be done; some spoke of sending for those who monopolized the official charity of the city; many, having satisfied their curiosity, and finding that the moment for action was arriving, quietly withdrew
from a trouble that would interfere with their comforts or their business--while a few felt an impulse to aid the man, but hesitated in being foremost in doing that which would be honourable to their feelings, but might not accord with their condition, or might seem as the ostentatious display of unusual benevolence.
his hand more quickly than he had advanced it.
A moment later he withdrew
from its hiding-place the thing he sought.