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In their eagerness, and favored by the nature of the ground, they had anticipated the fog, which was rolling heavily down the lake, and it became necessary to pause, until the mists had wrapped the camp of the enemy in their fleecy mantle.
The rest of his toilet was soon achieved, and he proudly marched out of the room, wrapped up in his great pilot monkey jacket, and sporting his harpoon like a marshal's baton.
Still, even then, he did nothing more than swear a little, and wrapped his foot in old rags, and hobbled out to take the car.
She allowed him to talk, and arranged the glasses, and wrapped herself up, without opening her lips.
The pianoforte at which Marianne, wrapped up in her own music and her own thoughts, had by this time forgotten that any body was in the room besides herself, was luckily so near them that Miss Dashwood now judged she might safely, under the shelter of its noise, introduce the interesting subject, without any risk of being heard at the card-table.
Next day, by noon, I was up and dressed, and sat wrapped in a shawl by the nursery hearth.
He was asleep in a corner, wrapped in a warm, fur-lined cloak, as if it had been winter.
He was wrapped in a velvet dressing-gown and sat against a big brocaded cushion.
As our charge was wrapped in his cloak, I purposely passed within a boat or two's length of the floating Custom House, and so out to catch the stream, alongside of two emigrant ships, and under the bows of a large transport with troops on the forecastle looking down at us.
Then I took him and wrapped him up in my bundle of medicines, and outside of all I rolled a mat of plaited grass.
Philippe, wrapped in a fur pelisse, to which he owed his preservation and his energy, began to run, striking his feet hard upon the frozen snow to keep them warm.
We sat silent for a few moments, she wrapped in the gloomy thoughts of her terrible past, and I in pity for the poor creatures whom the heartless, senseless customs of their race had doomed to loveless lives of cruelty and of hate.