marched into a thick clump of sumach bushes and said:
She flashed him an intrepid look and then said proudly
, "I'd never go back--I might be frightened, but I'd be ashamed to run.
Cathy stayed upstairs a fortnight, according to Zillah; who visited her twice a day, and would have been rather more friendly, but her attempts at increasing kindness were proudly
and promptly repelled.
She brought it out from under her apron and exhibited it quite proudly
Resist it as firmly, despise it as proudly
as we may, all studied unkindness -- no matter how contemptible it may be -- has a stinging power in it which reaches to the quick.
In half a minute Mrs Cratchit entered -- flushed, but smiling proudly
-- with the pudding, like a speckled cannon-ball, so hard and firm, blazing in half of half-a-quartern of ignited brandy, and bedight with Christmas holly stuck into the top.
Now, having conquered the wolf ghosts and no blow struck, my heart swelled within me, and I walked to the mouth of the cave proudly
, as a cock walks upon a roof, and looked in through the opening.
Wine is the only youth granted to middle age," I continued,--"in vino juventus, one might say; and may you, my dear young friend, long remain so proudly
independent of that great Elixir--though I confess that I have met no few young men under thirty who have been excellent critics of the wine-list.
Oh, we parrots can talk in two languages-- people's language and bird-language," said Polynesia proudly
Thus far these beyond Compare of mortal prowess, yet observ'd Thir dread Commander: he above the rest In shape and gesture proudly
eminent Stood like a Towr; his form had yet not lost All her Original brightness, nor appear'd Less then Arch Angel ruind, and th' excess Of Glory obscur'd: As when the Sun new ris'n Looks through the Horizontal misty Air Shorn of his Beams, or from behind the Moon In dim Eclips disastrous twilight sheds On half the Nations, and with fear of change Perplexes Monarchs.
Then, watching her with the curiosity of a vivisector, he said: "Strange to say, Agatha," (she shrank proudly
at the word), "Henrietta might have been alive now but for you.
I am the mother of the Sun, and I command you to ride away from here at once, and I pronounce sentence of death upon you, for you proudly
let yourself be called the Sun-Hero without having done anything to deserve the name.