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The therns on their side would hasten to rescue the girl, and in an instant the two would be swallowed in the vortex of a maelstrom of yelling devils, hacking and hewing at one another, like fiends incarnate.
But D'Artagnan, who is incarnate wisdom itself, will tell you that I could not do otherwise than ask you this.
But still, as he did not see him and had no opportunity of seeing him, he often spoke about him and about his love for him, letting it be understood that he had not told all and that there was something in his feelings for the Emperor not everyone could understand, and with his whole soul he shared the adoration then common in Moscow for the Emperor, who was spoken of as the "angel incarnate.
She'll think of me as an incarnate insult to her, from the first moment we--"
His face was a picture of frightful rage incarnate.
Didst ever see such hellish chance as plays into the hand of the fiend incarnate since that long gone day when his sword pierced the heart of Lady Maud by the postern gate beside the Thames?
He was the beast incarnate, roaring and raging and being destroyed.