Louise, her face brightening as she spoke, "I believe in Woman's Rights with all my heart and soul.
Day after day her tall, thin form was seen moving to and fro the great mansion, washing windows, polishing grates, and brightening the silver knobs and plates of the mahogany doors.
At that moment, the mist was slowlybrightening again.
The atmosphere was stillbrightening slowly over the tossing, distant waves: I determined to wait until it had lost all its obscurity, before I ventured to retrace my steps.
The brightening atmosphere showed him that he had risked himself, in the mist, too near to a dangerous place.
And what a ride it was, when I fairly got out of London; and the afternoon brightening of the foggy atmosphere, showed the smooth, empty high road before me!
Godfrey Needham had left, and it was suggested to him by Mr. Charles that Eunice and a young serving-maid would do wonders in brightening up the vicarage, where an elderly housekeeper had only fostered frowsiness.
The dawn was coming up the sky now, a steady soft brightening that appeared in spite of its sovereignty to be as nothing compared with the brilliant light of the streets.
It was now brightening slowly towards dawn, and beyond the river through the faint wintry haze a crimson streak or two began to burn.
Ah, prophet, who spoke but now so sadly, what is this new message that we see brightening on your lips?
Cleek looked up sharply, and there was a curious break in his voice, a yet more curious brighteningof his eyes.
Yes," he replied, brightening as he grasped the import of the matter.
I went to the door again, in time to see the rays of the morning brightening the blue ridge which lay clear and cool over against me.