On all sides arose noises, loud or suppressed, mingled with murmurs of expostulation.
The wind had changed to the south, and wafted soft country odours to the shore, in place of sweeping to inland farms the scents of seaweed and broken salt waters, mingled with a suspicion of icebergs.
In the tone of his voice surprise and pity were mingled with disapprobation, the latter of which Adah detected at once, and as if it had crushed out the last lingering hope, she covered her face with her hands and sobbed piteously.
Then came the bitter thought that he had lost her, mingled with a deep feeling of resentment toward the man who had so cruelly wronged the gentle girl, and who alone stood between him and happiness.
And if thy oblation be a meat offering baken in a pan, it shall be of fine flour unleavened, mingled with oil.
And every meat offering, mingled with oil, and dry, shall all the sons of Aaron have, one as much as another.
And on the eighth day he shall take two he lambs without blemish, and one ewe lamb of the first year without blemish, and three tenth deals of fine flour for a meat offering, mingled with oil, and one log of oil.
The clinking of a chain being undone was heard, and the sound of a man's footsteps, mingled with that of the pads of an animal, died off in the distance.
Set apart from the rest of the world, they, from their little world, are too apt to look down with contempt which may be mingled with envy, or modified by pity, but must be unsuited to a true Christian spirit.
This she spoke with an imploring tone of voice, mingled with sobs, as if her heart had been breaking.
It was with an air of pride, mingled with respect, that, after having received this pledge of fidelity, he turned to conciliate and to appease the offended Abbess.
Water which is mingled with fire is called liquid because it rolls upon the earth, and soft because its bases give way.
There is mingled with it a fine and small portion of earth which comes out in the form of rust.
Jock looked on upon all this with a partial comprehension, mingled with disapproval.
She was not an ungenerous or mercenary woman, though she had many faults, and as she gazed a certain compunction awoke within her, mingled with amusement.
Mingled with religion, there is diffused a more secular spirit.
In the mass of fable, there is a larger infusion of historical fact, which, however, it is well-nigh hopeless to separate from the fiction that is mingled with it.
Full of the fire of fanaticism, mingled with a thirst for dominion and plunder, the Arabians rapidly extended their sway.
Reproaches such as these, mingled with professions of love and admiration on the part of the prelate, could not but profoundly disturb a sensitive heart like that of Francis.
I could not understand why, but I felt a deeper interest for this person than for any of the others--a sort of yearning towards him, mingled with a desire to protect him from the malice of his enemies.
At the base of the trunk was a pool of blood, mingled with fragments of bark, broken arrows, leaves, and mould.
Colonel Clive looked at me with some sympathy, mingled with wonder.
I had a great affection for my cousin in those days, mingled with a sort of dreadful admiration for the character he bore.
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