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  • A feverishness of soul, more than of body, which had hung about her ever since that night, gave her colour. (8)
  • A foggy chill hung in the room. (10)
  • A joyless dimple hung in one pale cheek, and she drew long even breaths. (10)
  • A sleepy fire of early moonlight hung through the dusky fir-branches. (10)
  • A thin gold chain hung round her neck; suddenly she thrust it into the bosom of her dress. (8)
  • All around them hung a tent of soft, thick leaves, and, below, the water was deep-dyed with green refraction. (8)
  • And he hung on her for the little of life appearing to remain to him. (10)
  • At this she gasped; she had risen her breath to deny or defy, and hung on the top of it without a voice. (10)
  • Banks of moveless cloud hung about the horizon, mounded to the west, where slept the wind. (10)
  • Barto had shut his eyes, and hung swaying between them, as in drowsiness or drunkenness. (10)
  • Behind a low broad pine, hung with frosty mist, he heard a bell-wether of the flock in the silent fold. (10)
  • Brother of a murderer hung or sent to penal servitude! (8)
  • By sunset it was moored off shore, and at night hung with variegated lamps. (10)
  • Crossing the veranda, and passing through an open window hung with silk curtains, Hart entered a cool dark room. (8)
  • Dead silence and stillness hung over the dinner-service, when the outer door below was opened, and a light foot sprang up the stairs. (10)
  • Glowing hopes hung fresh lamps in her charitable breast. (10)
  • Gregory removed his hat from the peg on which it hung. (8)
  • He stood for fully two minutes by the hat-stand whereon he had hung his hat so many times. (8)
  • He turned up from the water among the trees, where the incense of the may-flowers hung heavy in the air. (8)
  • Here and there hung a milk-white cloud with folded sail. (10)
  • His eyes were bent upon the earth at his feet; his left hand hung loosely at his side, his right still held the pistol. (1)
  • His forehead rested on the table, his arms hung at his sides; he was stone-dead! (8)
  • His huge head hung forward over his breast; the reins lay loose in his moveless hand; the mare took her own way. (9)
  • I hung my head while you were fighting, because, what could I do? (10)
  • I had two helps from a splendid pot of broth that hung over a fire in the middle of the tent. (10)
  • If for only that, she would have hung to him like his shadow. (10)
  • In the riverside house which he now inhabited near Mapledurham he had a gallery, beautifully hung and lighted, to which few London dealers were strangers. (8)
  • It had no limit that he could see, no rules but such as hung too far away, written in the hieroglyphics of paling stars. (8)
  • It was to be hung with the face, bearing the numerals and the figures of animals, towards the outside. (5)
  • It was visible that the hero of the night hung listening and in expectation. (10)
  • Kenton, but she shuddered at the cloud which hung over it, and which might any moment involve it. (9)
  • Mentally he had hung this space with those gold-framed masterpieces of still and stiller life which he had bought in days when quantity was precious. (8)
  • Nevertheless, he hung aloft, feeding where he could, impatient of the solitudes, till night, when, according to his guess, the ladies were at their robing. (10)
  • On the right hung another coloured photograph of a young lady, also fair; and it was a point of taste to choose between them. (10)
  • On the wall hung some old-fashioned pistols, and a rosary of yellow beads. (8)
  • One hand was in his buttoned coat; the other hung elegantly loose: not a feature betrayed emotion. (10)
  • One morning after breakfast Rosamund hung on his arm, eyeing him neither questioningly nor invitingly, but long. (10)
  • One of the officers of the boat came and hung with Mavering over the guard. (9)
  • Over all which hung a darkened image of her spirit of independence, like a moon in eclipse. (10)
  • Reeds and willows bordered the stream; and cattle and grey venerable horses came and hung their mild heads over the embankment. (2)
  • She hung a moment in languor, and that oriental warmth of colour ebbed away from her cheeks. (10)
  • She had reddened deliciously, and therewith hung a dewy rosy moisture on her underlids. (10)
  • She opened the door herself, and hung about him so that his shrewd eyes should not see her face. (8)
  • She sang with a stately fervour, letting the notes flow from her breast, while both her arms hung loose, and not a gesture escaped her. (10)
  • She was in her stocking feet, and her hair hung down her back. (9)
  • Smirks, blushes, dead silences, and in the lower regions roars, hung round it. (10)
  • Some of the stalactites that hung from it looked like great icicles, and some of them looked like damp, grey clothes hung out to dry. (5)
  • Something in the way her underlids worked seemed to remind him of a forgotten picture; but a veil hung on the picture. (10)
  • That one fact were to me all, and upon the answer to my question, I hung with deep anxiety. (6)
  • The cloud that had hung over Worsted Skeynes so long had spent itself and gone. (8)
  • The farmer hung his head and turned. (10)
  • The portrait hung over the mantel, in a bad light, but the painter could feel everything in it that he could not see. (9)
  • The rounded ball of the brilliant September moon hung still aloft, lighting a fathomless sky as well as the fair earth. (10)
  • There hung her hand. (10)
  • They hung together intertwisted in the characters of specious pacificator and appealing citizen, both breathless. (10)
  • They ought to be hung! (9)
  • Thinking coolly, she fancied the thing must be a gown or dressing-gown; it hung heavily. (10)
  • To her gray hair some lace of Chantilly was pinned with a little diamond brooch, and hung behind her delicate but rather long ears. (8)
  • Tufts of pale grass, and gilliflowers, and travelling stone-crop, hung from the wall, and driblets of ivy ran broadening to the outer ground. (10)
  • Walls of a rich green surmounted the oak dado; a heavy metal chandelier hung by a chain from a ceiling divided by imitation beams. (8)
  • Whenever a Stoic appeared, he was at once cut out, framed, glassed, and hung alongside his fellows in this room. (8)
  • With one foot in the room Caroline hung watching him. (10)
  • Yet, over those sunshiny days there hung a shadow, as of something kept back, not shared between them; a kind of waiting menace. (8)

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