1 Then there is Jadvyga Marcinkus, who is also beautiful, but humble.
2 Alena is the beauty of the evening, and she would be really beautiful if she were not so proud.
3 Alena is the beauty of the evening, and she would be really beautiful if she were not so proud.
4 The piece was beautiful on the parlor mantel, and one could not have a home without some sort of ornament.
5 He would have cut off one hand for Tommy Hinds; and to keep Hinds's hotel a thing of beauty was his joy in life.
6 Before long it occurs to some one to demand an old wedding song, which celebrates the beauty of the bride and the joys of love.
7 The lard was finished on the floor above, and it came in little jets, like beautiful, wriggling, snow-white snakes of unpleasant odor.
8 A few minutes ago he had felt like seizing the hand of the beautiful lady by his side, and kissing it; he had felt like flinging his arms about the neck of the man on the other side of him.
9 There was the former's frail young wife, and also an elderly lady, who taught kindergarten in the settlement, and a young college student, a beautiful girl with an intense and earnest face.
10 Jurgis had noticed that the beautiful young girl who sat by the center-table was listening with something of the same look that he himself had worn, the time when he had first discovered Socialism.
11 Out of regions of wonder it streamed, the very river of life; and the soul leaped up at the sight of it, fled back upon it, swift and resistless, back into far-off lands, where beauty and terror dwell.
12 They went up the great staircase, one step at a time; at the top of it there gleamed at them out of the shadows the figure of a nymph crouching by a fountain, a figure ravishingly beautiful, the flesh warm and glowing with the hues of life.
13 Because there were rich men who sought pleasure, there had been ease and plenty for them so long as they were young and beautiful; and later on, when they were crowded out by others younger and more beautiful, they went out to follow upon the trail of the workingmen.
14 A real fine lady, the little boy explained, a beautiful lady; and she wanted to know all about him, and whether he got the garbage for chickens, and why he walked with a broomstick, and why Ona had died, and how Jurgis had come to go to jail, and what was the matter with Marija, and everything.