Sarah could see the rage had left.
He flew into an abusive rage when he saw it.
His face twisted in rage as he reached for her again.
Rage welled up as he went to find her.
He too is flouted, and in his rage tortures and slays her and her companions.
Adrienne felt the rage tearing at her lungs, plucking at her nerves until she wanted to twist Julie's neck off.
His face contorted in rage and one long step brought him close enough to grab her shoulders.
His cold rage terrified her.
The rage and hatred she showed that night made perfect sense now.
I think we are worse to each other than the Dark One is to his enemies, Kris said, white rage buried deep within him to keep Sasha from seeing it.
Rage pounded through his body and he threw himself into the air, relishing the pain the shapeshifting brought.
His rage was cyclonic: his hatred rarely stopped short of extermination.
His rage simmered, yet he couldn't maintain the rage when faced with the sudden need to think.
The lingering rage at being so unceremoniously busted, and by a snippy woman storm trooper to boot, was only now beginning to melt away in the peace of his quarters.
He didn.t have to ask what Sasha did to her when her pretty blue eyes flared with white rage and then filled with tears.
Confusion and rage blinded him, and he threw himself into the battle, not noticing the nicks and bruises his opponents inflicted upon him.
Thus Saxif rage cernua is regarded as an alpine form of the lowland S.
The tanned complexion, that amorphous crag-like face; the dull black eyes under the precipice of brows, like dull anthracite furnaces, needing only to be blown; the mastiff mouth accurately closed; I have not traced so much of silent Berserkir rage that I remember in any man."
He refused them, mainly, it would seem, because he could not believe that the Addington ministry could be firm; and in his rage at the discovery of his error he revenged himself ignobly on British tourists and traders in France.
Napoleon had little difficulty in disposing of the father, whose rage against his son blunted his senses in every other direction.
Every thought of the bastard who had my wife in his sick clutches nearly blinded me with the rage of a mad man.
She traced the channel of a newly healed scar along the inside of her forearm, where he'd split her arm almost in two in a fit of rage after she kicked him in the crotch.
Long-buried rage was bubbling upward, along with the tiny instinct he'd squashed thousands of years ago.
She faced the goddess, rage streaking through her along with the terror of being mated to the Dark One.
He had nearly drained her of blood, but had been in such a rage he hadn't even paid attention.
He would have liked to think his ego had caused the rage, but he knew it was something much more complicated.
The raw rage he didn't feel walking with Claire unfurled within him, until he was sprinting.
He released his pent-up rage and frustration and gave a bellowing war cry, trying hard to forget the warlord of Tiyan.
Before she fell again for Sirian's lies, she pushed the lever to seal his cell and walked away, rage and confusion making her head spin.
Rage flooded him as he realized those who betrayed him - and Memon - had come as much from the north as from Tiyan.
He gave a strangled cry of rage and pain in response.
The constable was killed in the first onslaught; Clement was imprisoned in the castle of St Angelo; Rome was abandoned to the rage of 30,000 ruffians.
The deputies having been dazzled by I tes anc reviews, Talleyrand and Marescalchi, ministers of foreign affain at Paris and Milan, plied them with hints as to the course to th followed by the consulta; and, despite the rage of the mon democratic of their number, everything corresponded to thi wishes of the First Consul.
Ayaz related what had taken place between Mahmud and Hasan Maimandi, and Firdousi in a rage gave 20 thousand pieces to Ayaz himself, the same amount to the bath-keeper, and paid the rest to a beer seller for a glass of beer (fouka), sending word back to the sultan that it was not to gain money that he had taken so much trouble.
Mahmud, in a violent rage, sent after the poet and promised a large reward for his capture, but he was already in comparative safety.
The orchestration is already almost classically Wagnerian; though there remains an excessive amount of tremolo, besides a few lapses into comic violence, as in the yelpings which accompany Ortrud's rage in the night-scene in the second act.
Henry, in a rage, declared that if the pope sent Fisher a hat there should be no head for it.
In spite of the weak efforts of the British government to palliate the significance of this " untoward incident," Turkey broke off diplomatic relations with the three powers concerned, and on the 10th of December Mahmud, giving full vent to his rage, issued a hatt-i-sherif denouncing the cruelty and perfidy of the Christian powers, declaring the convention of Akkerman null and void, and summoning the faithful to a holy war.
Its main intention in its present context is apparently to explain Satan's dominion over the world and the bitterness of his rage against the church and against Christ.
In any case D'Erlon could not come back in time to give him effectual help. But incapable of grasping the situation, and beside himself with rage, Ney sent imperative orders to D'Erlon to return at once, and immediately afterwards he ordered Kellermann to lead his one available cuirassier brigade and break through Wellington's line.
The fight for the villages continued to rage fiercely and incessantly, each side behaving as if its mortal foe was in front.
6, to the rage of the Committee, their hardly won majority vanished in the dissolution of the Chamber by imperial decree.
Accordingly, in an access of pious rage, as it were, they turn upon reason to rend her.
Alexander was driven into transports of rage by this championship of the ancien regime by one who had been a servant of its bitterest foe.
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But be all this as it may, certain it is, that with the mad secret of his unabated rage bolted up and keyed in him, Ahab had purposely sailed upon the present voyage with the one only and all-engrossing object of hunting the White Whale.
While this clumsy lubber was striving to free his white-ash, and while, in consequence, Derick's boat was nigh to capsizing, and he thundering away at his men in a mighty rage;--that was a good time for Starbuck, Stubb, and Flask.
Prince Andrew saw that the officer was in that state of senseless, tipsy rage when a man does not know what he is saying.
("Arnauts" was the Tsarevich's favorite expression when he was in a rage) and called for the company commander.
* "He is all the rage just now."
Princess Mary well knew this mood of quiet absorbed querulousness, which generally culminated in a burst of rage, and she went about all that morning as though facing a cocked and loaded gun and awaited the inevitable explosion.
Pierre was in such a transport of rage that he remembered nothing and his strength increased tenfold.
General Bagovut, a fighting old soldier of placid temperament, being also upset by all the delay, confusion, and cross-purposes, fell into a rage to everybody's surprise and quite contrary to his usual character and said disagreeable things to Toll.
Her face contorted with rage, and her eyes blackened.
Anger, even rage, but not pity.
His surprise wore off, replaced by cold rage that rose from deep within him.
The rage stirred and with it, Xander's fangs.
The news of Navarino betrayed Mahmud into one of those paroxysms of rage to which he was liable, and which on critical occasions were apt fatally to cloud his usual good sense.
Of Castile, and numbered next to him as being a junior member of the family (see the article Spain for the division of the kingdom and the relationship), is said by Ibn Khaldun to have been called the "Baboso" or Slobberer, because he was subject to fits of rage during which he foamed at the mouth.
Andre's sombre rage against the course of events found vent in the line on the Maenads who mutilated the king's Swiss Guard, and in the Ode d Charlotte Corday congratulating France that "Un scelerat de moins rampe dans cette fange."
The war between France and Spain continued to rage, and Savoy, on whose territory much of the fighting took place, suffered severely in consequence.
This trimming policy met with little success: rage and suspicion so possessed men's minds, that she could no longer control the opposing parties, and one civil war followed another to the end of her life.
It contributed more to the liberation of the human mind from the thraldom of the clergy than all the uproar and rage of Luther's many pamphlets.
(For the Roman god, identified with Ares, see Mars.) As contrasted with Athena, who added to her other attributes that of being the goddess of well-conducted military operations, he personifies brute strength and the wild rage of conflict.
Unfortunately, Venice, for her own safety's sake, insisted on the publication of Wladislaus's antiTurkish alliance; the Porte, well informed of the course of Polish affairs, remained strictly neutral despite the most outrageous provocations; and Wladislaus, bound by his coronation oath not to undertake an offensive war, found himself at the mercy of the diet which, full of consternation and rage, assembled at Warsaw on the 2nd of May 1647.
Then Satan began to rage, and made an incursion into the kingdom of light, into the earth of light.
Electra in her rage seized a burning brand from the altar, intending to blind her sister; but at the critical moment Orestes appeared, recognition took place, and the brother and sister returned to Mycenae.
El Motamid, in a moment of folly and rage, crucified the Jew and imprisoned the Christian members of the mission.
His doctor, who knew them to be indigestible, objected, and thereupon Ferdinand, in an imperial rage, made the answer: "Kaiser bin i', and Kniidel muss i' haben" (I am emperor, and will have the dumpling) - which has become a Viennese proverb.
The refusal of the king of Sweden to marry into her family unless the bride would become a Lutheran is said to have thrown her into a convulsion of rage which hastened her death.
By the late 1800s, superphosphates were all the rage and eighty factories were manufacturing this high-yield fertilizer from coprolites (that is, phosphate-rich fossils of ancient animal dung—I kid you not).
As for Peleg, after letting off his rage as he had, there seemed no more left in him, and he, too, sat down like a lamb, though he twitched a little as if still nervously agitated.
But what was still more curious, Flask--you know how curious all dreams are--through all this rage that I was in, I somehow seemed to be thinking to myself, that after all, it was not much of an insult, that kick from Ahab.
He piled upon the whale's white hump the sum of all the general rage and hate felt by his whole race from Adam down; and then, as if his chest had been a mortar, he burst his hot heart's shell upon it.
Nor is it so very unlikely, that far from distrusting his fitness for another whaling voyage, on account of such dark symptoms, the calculating people of that prudent isle were inclined to harbor the conceit, that for those very reasons he was all the better qualified and set on edge, for a pursuit so full of rage and wildness as the bloody hunt of whales.
Again, it is very often observed that, if the sperm whale, once struck, is allowed time to rally, he then acts, not so often with blind rage, as with wilful, deliberate designs of destruction to his pursuers; nor is it without conveying some eloquent indication of his character, that upon being attacked he will frequently open his mouth, and retain it in that dread expansion for several consecutive minutes.
So with poor Queequeg, who, as harpooneer, must not only face all the rage of the living whale, but--as we have elsewhere seen--mount his dead back in a rolling sea; and finally descend into the gloom of the hold, and bitterly sweating all day in that subterraneous confinement, resolutely manhandle the clumsiest casks and see to their stowage.
"Tell these devils, these fiends, to let me pass!" shouted Denisov evidently in a fit of rage, his coal-black eyes with their bloodshot whites glittering and rolling as he waved his sheathed saber in a small bare hand as red as his face.
She stopped, seeing in the forward thrust of her husband's head, in his glowing eyes and his resolute gait, the terrible indications of that rage and strength which she knew and had herself experienced after his duel with Dolokhov.
He paused, bristling with lightning and rage at the thought of Darian betraying their family.
He'd last felt the cold sense of impotent rage when he was a child and his family was slaughtered before his eyes.
Sorrow and rage pierced him to the core.
The edge of cold rage was gone from his voice.