She watched it so long and steadily that the grayness grew heavier
before her eyes and she fell asleep.
Now, ma'am, salt-water is specifically thirty times heavier
than fresh or river water, and a vessel in the German Ocean will not sink so deep as a vessel in the Thames.
The coach lumbered on again, with heavier
wreaths of mist closing round it as it began the descent.
The sky was gloomy, and the shortest streets were choked up with a dingy mist, half thawed, half frozen, whose heavier
particles descended in shower of sooty atoms, as if all the chimneys in Great Britain had, by one consent, caught fire, and were blazing away to their dear hearts' content.
It is astonishing to me now, how I found time, in the midst of my porings and blunderings over heavier
themes, to read those books as I did.
The mist was heavier
yet when I got out upon the marshes, so that instead of my running at everything, everything seemed to run at me.
The lives of those rural forefathers, whom we are apt to think very prosaic figures--men whose only work was to ride round their land, getting heavier
in their saddles, and who passed the rest of their days in the half-listless gratification of senses dulled by monotony--had a certain pathos in them nevertheless.
Or shall the Adversarie thus obtain His end, and frustrate thine, shall he fulfill His malice, and thy goodness bring to naught, Or proud return though to his heavier
doom, Yet with revenge accomplish't and to Hell Draw after him the whole Race of mankind, By him corrupted?
Now and again too there would come a cloud of light sprays over the bulwark and a heavy blow of the ship's bows against the swell; so much heavier
weather was made of it by this great rigged ship than by my home-made, lop-sided coracle, now gone to the bottom of the sea.
It was heavy, this vapour, heavier
than the densest smoke, so that, after the first tumultuous uprush and outflow of its impact, it sank down through the air and poured over the ground in a manner rather liquid than gaseous, abandoning the hills, and streaming into the valleys and ditches and watercourses even as I have heard the carbonic-acid gas that pours from volcanic clefts is wont to do.
Thus literature is etherealized by assuming for its medium the human voice; and knowledge, depositing all its heavier
particles, except, doubtless, its gold becomes exhaled into a sound, which forthwith steals into the ever-open ear of the community.
As I can't be baby," Tootles said, getting heavier
, "do you think I could be a twin?