And somewhat relieved by this idea(which I failed not to execute that day), I ventured once more to meet my master's and lover's eye, which most pertinaciously sought mine, though I averted
both face and gaze.
She sat with her dark, handsome face steadily averted
, her eyes cast down, and the rich color in her cheeks warmer and deeper than usual.
In a few minutes, some mortar and dust came dropping down, which he averted
his face to avoid; and in it, and in the old wood-ashes, and in a crevice in the chimney into which his weapon had slipped or wrought itself, he groped with a cautious touch.
She turned her face to me for the first time since she had averted
it, and, to my amazement, I may even add to my terror, dropped on her knees at my feet; with her folded hands raised to me in the manner in which, when her poor heart was young and fresh and whole, they must often have been raised to heaven from her mother's side.
Rebecca examined the wound, and having applied to it such vulnerary remedies as her art prescribed, informed her father that if fever could be averted
, of which the great bleeding rendered her little apprehensive, and if the healing balsam of Miriam retained its virtue, there was nothing to fear for his guest's life, and that he might with safety travel to York with them on the ensuing day.
He had a particularly hangdog expression as he stood before the inspector with his head bowed and his countenance averted
He heaved a deep breath, opened the door a little wider, and with half-closed eyes and averted
head, walked quickly in, determined that he would not look even once upon the dead man.
He himself, persuaded he was conducting the instrument of his glory, led home by the hand him who had been the utter destruction of his good name; whom Camilla received with averted
countenance, though with smiles in her heart.
She had been watching him, it seemed, for their eyes met; then hers were hastily averted
Korak stood looking sorrowfully on at the tragedy he gladly would have averted
Harker realized the danger herself, it was much pain as well as much danger averted
Come, D'Artagnan, don't let us play a sidelong game; your hesitation, your evasion, tells me at once on whose side you are; for that party no one dares openly to recruit, and when people recruit for it, it is with averted
eyes and humble voice.