As usual, that thought brought the sting of tears to her eyes.
He carried her about a hundred yards and then set her on her feet, slapping her backside with a sting that brought tears to her eyes.
The sting of his cool hospitality was quickly replaced with awe as she turned back to the room.
I felt a sharp sting as the blade cut.
Deidre whipped the door open, ignoring the sting of her wet hair against her shoulders.
She floundered to a sitting position, then her feet, cringing as she struggled upright, the sting in her wounded knees bringing tears to her eyes.
Past-Death hadn't felt the sting of reality that Wynn learned the hard way his second time around.
It was her turn to flinch at the sting of his words.
The place where Katie touched him in his dream stung. Rhyn moved out of the drizzle, close to the fire, and peeled off his shirt. There was a welt resembling a bee sting where she'd touched him.
A sting bit the arm opposite the one Katie had touched in his dream. He whirled and glared at Kiki, who waited expectantly. "Tell me if it does something," Kiki said.
She felt panic bubble and tears sting her eyes once again.
In the bathroom she painted the little bumps, wincing as the sting burned the itch away.
Before the sting of his words had time to penetrate, Justin paused, throwing a quick jab to Denton's mouth.
For the sting and ovipositor H.
He had, however, acquitted himself of a debt which had long lain heavy on his conscience and he sank back into the repose from which the sting of satire had roused him.
The scorpion, whose sting is sometimes fatal, is common.
He also endeavoured to take the sting out of some resolutions of the second Ritualistic Commission in 1868, and was one of the four who signed the Report with qualifications.
Langeron, trying as virulently as possible to sting Weyrother's vanity as author of the military plan, argued that Bonaparte might easily attack instead of being attacked, and so render the whole of this plan perfectly worthless.
Boris began, wishing to sting her; but at that instant the galling thought occurred to him that he might have to leave Moscow without having accomplished his aim, and have vainly wasted his efforts--which was a thing he never allowed to happen.
Though people were afraid of Marya Dmitrievna she was regarded in Petersburg as a buffoon, and so of what she had said they only noticed, and repeated in a whisper, the one coarse word she had used, supposing the whole sting of her remark to lie in that word.
They do not sting, but crawl away from danger.