1 The winter morning was as clear as crystal.
2 Of a sudden, the oft-told family tales to which she had listened since babyhood, listened half-bored, impatient and but partly comprehending, were crystal clear.
3 For a moment, his eyes came back to her, wide and crystal gray, and there was admiration in them.
4 At the word "money," her mind came back to him, crystal clear.
5 Her eyes went quickly to his but they were wide and crystal gray and they were looking through her and beyond her at some fate she could not see, could not understand.
6 It was the first time she had ever known what Ashley was thinking when his eyes went past her, crystal clear, absent.
7 No one save Kennicott knew exactly what this meant, but they laughed, and Sam Clark's party assumed a glittering lemon-yellow color of brocade panels and champagne and tulle and crystal chandeliers and sporting duchesses.
8 She reflected that if she could not have ballrooms of gray and rose and crystal, she wanted to be swinging across a puncheon-floor with a dancing fiddler.
9 Then there you lie like the one warm spark in the heart of an arctic crystal.
10 Then come out those fiery effulgences, infernally superb; then the evil-blazing diamond, once the divinest symbol of the crystal skies, looks like some crown-jewel stolen from the King of Hell.
11 Edna could not help but think that it was very foolish, very childish, to have stamped upon her wedding ring and smashed the crystal vase upon the tiles.
12 There were silver and gold, as she had said there would be, and crystal which glittered like the gems which the women wore.
13 The water in the fountain, pellucid as crystal, was alive with myriads of gold and silver fishes, twinkling and darting through it like so many living jewels.
14 It was the miniature of a noble and beautiful female face; and on the reverse, under a crystal, a lock of dark hair.
15 The arch of it looked very high and the small snowy clouds seemed like white birds floating on outspread wings below its crystal blueness.