She uttered a piercing shriek so that the mountains re-echoed with the sound of it, and the terrified pair had hardly dared to look out from their hiding-place when the enraged
woman, with her dress and hair flying in the wind, hurried over the bridge of clouds.
Once we met four young elephants, and an old one that played with them, lifting them up with her trunk; they grew enraged
on a sudden, and ran upon us: we had no way of securing ourselves but by flight, which, however, would have been fruitless, had not our pursuers been stopped by a deep ditch.
He fired upon the new Parliament, and was at once chased out of Persia by the enraged
On seeing this the landlord was so enraged
that he fell on Don Quixote, and with his clenched fist began to pummel him in such a way, that if Cardenio and the curate had not dragged him off, he would have brought the war of the giant to an end.
But the good champion Ethelred, now entering within the door, was sore enraged
and amazed to perceive no signal of the maliceful hermit; but, in the stead thereof, a dragon of a scaly and prodigious demeanour, and of a fiery tongue, which sate in guard before a palace of gold, with a floor of silver; and upon the wall there hung a shield of shining brass with this legend enwritten--
I am ever willing to stand and fight when the odds are not too overwhelmingly against me, but in this instance I perceived neither glory nor profit in pitting my relatively puny strength against the iron muscles and brutal ferocity of this enraged
denizen of an unknown world; in fact, the only outcome of such an encounter, so far as I might be concerned, seemed sudden death.
More than one trapper has lost his life in battle with enraged
baboons who will hesitate to attack nothing upon one occasion, while upon another a single gun shot will disperse hundreds of them.
We were upset over one another, and I know not how the adventure would have ended, if the Canadian, still enraged
with the beast, had not struck it to the heart.
He looked up to behold three enraged
priests, who forthwith fell upon him; tore off his shoes, and began to beat him with loud, savage exclamations.
Besides, how do I know that this was not a political trick, that the minister enraged
at seeing me in the opposition, and jealous of the popular sympathy I excite, has not concerted with M.
Do you not remember how your father fled to this house in fear of the people, who were enraged
against him for having gone with some Taphian pirates and plundered the Thesprotians who were at peace with us?
He was enraged
against the tattered man, and could have strangled him.