On the contrary, I caught a glint of humor through his gleaming glass, and he proceeded to pocket his revolver like the gentleman he was.
I sat up in my bed, peering through the window, to catch the first glint of the moon and to watch her rise dripping, as I used to fancy, from the depths of the sea.
Her look, straight into his eyes, was a glint of sunlight in dark places.
His face bore its wonted expression of good-humored alertness, but there was an inscrutable glint in his eyes that might have found place there because of a sure realization of the hazard of the situation and of his accepting it.
Judith's eyes were closed against the strong light from the sky above, and against the sight of his face bent over hers, and the fire glint of his eyes, dark as a thundercloud and as charged with lightnings.
As she went over the down, she heard the sea roaring threateningly; on her left hand the glint of the light-house on Trevose Head gave her the direction she must pursue.
Her face was set, and there was a portentous glint in her very steady eyes.
It showed Leland sitting motionless, a hard glint in his eyes, and the other man making little uneasy movements as he shrank from the steady gaze.
It cost her an effort to submit to the touch of his lips, but she made it, though she felt her cheeks grow hot, and was sorry she had done so when she saw the glint in his eyes and felt the constraint of his arm.
Leland stooped lower over her with the veins swollen on his forehead and a glint in his eyes.
Then he looked up again, straightening himself, with the glint in his eyes she had now and then seen there before.
When he leaned his head back against the grime encrusted wall, raising his face to the light, his hair had the glint of bright chestnut, a gold which was also red.
The glint of sun on the tail of the L-B, tilted now to the sky?
Hume took a weaving course, zigzagging back and forth, while they both watched intently for a glint from one of the globes, any movement which would betray that trail.
At the end of it was a formidable something which flashed with an ugly glint of metal in the Sicilian's face.
When at length the Little Red Doctor emerged there was a wild kind of glintin his eye.
And she smiled a dimpled smile, straight at Dick, with one sideglint for me.
I had been for a long walk, nearly to the sea, and as I came back I passed this place and, looking into the pool, there was the glintof the stars in the water.
The mountain breeze was full of life and gladness, and the rustling and tossing of the woods, the glint and glimmer of the leaves beneath, made one think that the trees, with every creature, were merry on that day.
There was a dangerous glintin his grey-green eyes, and his opening sentence was unpromising.
His eyes, bold, steely, with a glintthat Bostil knew, vibrated as he held in sight all points before him.
Plain to all keen eyes was the glint of Lucy Bostil's golden hair.
Bostil, straightening up with a glintin his big eyes.