I was a little depressed at first with the contagion
of my wife's fears, but very soon my thoughts reverted to the Martians.
There remained no room for doubt that the contagion
had lurked in that gorgeous mantle, which threw so strange a grace around her at the festival.
Doctor Boyleston, likewise, inoculated many persons; and while hundreds died who had caught the contagion
from the garments of the sick, almost all were preserved who followed the wise physician's advice.
My dearest Henry, the advantage to you of getting away from the Admiral before your manners are hurt by the contagion
of his, before you have contracted any of his foolish opinions, or learned to sit over your dinner as if it were the best blessing of life
thou ruinest, as contagion
destroys the most robust health, that is to say, in an instant.
With such precautions the courtiers might bid defiance to contagion
From the furthest east to the furthest west the cries spread as if by contagion
, accompanied in some cases by the barking of a dog.
Mattie seemed to feel the contagion
of his embarrassment, and sat with downcast lids, sipping her tea, while he feigned an insatiable appetite for dough-nuts and sweet pickles.
until the flattest echo in the neighbourhood seemed to catch the contagion
and to laugh as enjoyingly as he did or as we did when we heard him laugh.
The courtiers, at the approach of the friends of the unfortunate superintendent of finances, drew back, as if fearful of being affected by contagion
with disgrace and misfortune.
She suspected the East also, and always fidgeted herself when she saw him with a book of Indian travels in his hand, as though he were sucking contagion
from the page.
Norman of Torn waited to ask no questions, but spurring into the thick of it laid right and left of him with the flat of his sword, and his men, catching the contagion
of it, swarmed after him until the whole pack of attacking ruffians were driven into the Thames.