He sat all night on his stool, starting at the least noise; and when the first rays of the sun penetrated
into his chamber, the dawn itself appeared to him to have taken funereal tints.
hen an army has penetrated
into the heart of a hostile country, leaving a number of fortified cities in its rear, it is serious ground.
Never yet has the food of the stranger, be he soldier or simple citizen, never has any one, indeed, penetrated
into that district.
After leaving the Whimsies, Guph continued on his journey and penetrated
far into the Northwest.
Straightening his legs with difficulty and shaking the snow off them he got up, and an agonizing cold immediately penetrated
his whole body.
He wondered idly if it felt as bad as he felt, and was feebly amused at the thought of kinship that somehow penetrated
Villa stepped into the water to her knees, looked up at the dark jungle roof high overhead through which only occasional shafts of sunlight penetrated
, and shuddered.
And no matter how much he dissected beauty in search of the principles that underlie beauty and make beauty possible, he was aware, always, of the innermost mystery of beauty to which he did not penetrate and to which no man had ever penetrated
a considerable distance to the interior, have thought
There were three persons who asserted they had penetrated
to the end of the forest, and that they had always heard the wonderful sounds of the bell, but it had seemed to them as if it had come from the town.
But here were books, and here were men who had penetrated
deeper and knew more.
As the question passed his lips, I penetrated
the motive of the Indian's visit to my office at last!