Deathly sentence example
The room was deathly silent as she finished.
And as if in accord with Rostov's feeling, there was a deathly stillness amid which was heard the Emperor's voice.
It is strange, rising early, sleeping the hours I'd worked so long in the past, and listening to the deathly quiet instead of the rowdy noises of hungry men.
The complacency of Connecticut at the time was ready made to rail against, it was so deathly unoriginal and sticky with republican fear.
I've actually done a tiny bit of work here today but it's still deathly quiet.Advertisement
There is always a deathly hush on the phone at this point.
He was deathly pale, yet he seemed fired with a hope; his eyes shone.
She was standing with glaring eyes, parted lips, and a deathly pallor on her worn face.
Emerging from a dark, firey ground, their lips laden with deathly black paint, they assume a somewhat sinister air.
Radcliffe will also appear in the sixth and seventh installments of the film, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.Advertisement
She wore a daringly low-cut black dress, had long black hair and deathly pale skin.
Another reader at Archive X reported how he and his twin brother shared an identical out-of-body dream at exactly the same time, and that his brother saved him from the deathly clutch of a strange, dark-suited angel of death.
Concentrate on fun things like, "she's deathly afraid of worms," or "she likes to write limericks."
They also discover that there are three mystical objects of power that may help them, the deathly hallows.
The epic series completed with the seventh and final Harry Potter adventure Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.Advertisement
The Deathly Hallows marked the end of Harry Potter's literary journey.
They are one and the same, except that the movie industry split the story of the last book in to two and titled them Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, parts 1 and 2.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 brought in $125 million on its opening weekend.
Remember that most vampires in lore look human until they are about to bite, so you can stick to looking deathly pale and leave the fangs till you meet a tasty neck.
Nighy is set to play the part of Rufus Scrimgeor in the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, for which the first part is set for release in 2010 and the second part in 2011.Advertisement