Footnote lvii: 'Whom Nature guides so writes that he who sees Enraptured thinks to do the same with ease'.
So enraptured was Popanilla with his new accomplishments and acquirements that by degrees he avoided attendance on the usual evening assemblages, and devoted himself solely to the acquirement of useful knowledge.
And, indeed, Lillie was enrapturedwith Miss Wilkins.
Meantime she fluttered about it, chattering, alternately enraptured and dissatisfied, and when at last she started, it was by rubbing everything out.
Laura Armstrong was enraptured at being made arbiter of the arrangements, and was all haste and eagerness, impetuosity and animation.
Clarissa had never appeared especially enraptured by the gaieties of fashionable London; but then had come upon her of late a languor and weariness of spirit which she tried in vain to disguise by an assumed air of enjoyment.
Mrs. Oliver was enraptured to hear of the visit to the Castle, but naturally a little despondent about the circumstances under which the visit was to be paid.
Anna Pavlovna's circle on the contrary was enraptured by this enthusiasm and spoke of it as Plutarch speaks of the deeds of the ancients.
Not only in the soul of the frightened yet happy and enraptured Natasha, but in the whole house, there was a feeling of awe at something important that was bound to happen.
Do you know that since your daughter came out everyone has been enrapturedby her?
Natasha knew for certain that he was enraptured by her.
Almost smiling, he gazed straight into her eyes with such anenraptured caressing look that it seemed strange to be so near him, to look at him like that, to be so sure he admired her, and not to be acquainted with him.
Nothing could have more enraptured Flora, for she was the greatest baby worshipper in the parish, and many a poor little nursling owed most of its occasional treats to the petitions of Flora.
The Blissfully Enraptured are conducted to Sentimental Spots and on Romantic Rambles.
Whatever people may say, however they may be enraptured by Shakespeare's works, whatever merits they may attribute to them, it is perfectly certain that he was not an artist and that his works are not artistic productions.
I call on Thee O Beloved One, O Cherished One, O Enraptured One!
The stream of Thy holy utterance hath enraptured me, and the wine of Thine inspiration entranced me.
I cannot lie to you, Hanka, and the plain truth is that I am not enraptured by you as much as I used to be.
His book was exhibited in the bookstore windows; people discussed it and predicted it would attract much attention; the ladies were enraptured with the gently glowing love stanzas scattered through it.
Columbus, when he viewed from afar the fronded palms of the Indies, could not have been more enraptured than the one with fifty cents to the good.
We have been straying a bit from the Shore Road but, as we said, the scenery along it is varied, so will your thoughts be as you move enraptured from place to place.
You gaze enraptured at the swishing, swirling, lapping mass of water above you, that falls from a series of terrace-like cascades.
In short, my aunt, seeing how enraptured I was with the premises, took them for a month, with leave to remain for twelve months when that time was out.
I To Thee my soul enraptured sings, O Thou, Immortal King of kings Enthroned where glory shines; The garland of the praises sweet, That I would offer at Thy feet, My grateful heart entwines.
VI To Thee my soul enraptured sings, O Thou Immortal King of kings, But I would join the song, Of myriad souls in realms of light, Who praise their King by day and night, Through all the ages long.
Ye gloomy horrors assail not now the enraptured Clement!
Thither I hastened; and, seated on the bank, I became enraptured with the scene.
A young attaché rushed forward, and was happy when she took his arm, still more enraptured when he thought he noticed an unusual gleam in her eyes, and in the seventh heaven when he felt her arm tremble.
And this was nothing but the truth, for he was positively enraptured with Cousin Hans.
Hast thou not been where the enamelled mead Its beauty gave to the enraptured sense, And the crushed lily, from the elastic tread, Yielded its life in breath of sweets intense?
And he wanted to take her to the gate, from whence sunbeams issued like a path of sunny gold: a path along which enraptured souls were going hand in hand.
Enraptured Psyche had never seen such a beautiful horse before, never a bird so beautiful; and breathless, with her head raised, she waited till it should descend, descend on the terrace.
He was most enrapturedwith a model with a copper-coloured skin and knotted muscles, or with pretty and ruddy children, and fat nurses with swelling breasts.
In his enraptured fantasy he painted the hour nearer and nearer when he should attain to a sight of the works which were described.
Now, enraptured genii visit the slumbering Fair One in forest-shadows, under the shimmering moon; now she is stealing secretly down to bathe in a tranquil lake, and gazes with astonishment upon her own likeness in the gloomy mirror.
He was enraptured by Lily: how lovely she had grown!
This was said with an artless candor thatenraptured Jimmy.
Pa was enrapturedat the mere sight of Lily's little curled nostrils and her earnest look: "What a professor she would make!
But at last, with the knowledge that nobody came near, she had regained confidence, enraptured by the prospect of a reopening of the old happy life when they had sat side by side, working at the window.
Her eyes were now riveted on Malignon, who feigned an intense love of music, and appeared to be enraptured with the "Turtle Doves.
She felt a need of faith, and basked enraptured by the Divine goodness.