1 Leaning, silent, sardonic, against the door he was like a withered willow, bent over a stream, all its leaves shed, and in his eyes the whimsical flow of the waters.
2 His long luxuriant hair was trained to flow in quaint tresses down his richly furred cloak.
3 Their interests had never ceased to flow together over his work.
4 They didn't get on so well without her; their ideas didn't flow so freely.
5 If you were young, you just set your teeth, and bit on and held on, till the money began to flow from the invisible; it was a question of power.
6 It can inform and lead into new places the flow of our sympathetic consciousness, and it can lead our sympathy away in recoil from things gone dead.
7 Then the flow ceased, and he turned on the loudspeaker, and became a blank, while apparently his schemes coiled on inside him like a kind of dream.
8 And the fluid, male knowledge of herself seemed to flow to her from his eyes and wrap her voluptuously.
9 Sir Thomas did not know what was wanting, because, though a truly anxious father, he was not outwardly affectionate, and the reserve of his manner repressed all the flow of their spirits before him.
10 But his intention, the kindness of his intention, was thankfully acknowledged: quite thankfully and warmly, for she was elevated beyond the common timidity of her mind by the flow of her love for William.
11 She was happy even when they did take place; but not from any flow of spirits on his side, or any such expressions of tender gallantry as had blessed the morning.
12 It is not necessary to make any guesses on the subject, however; for the sudden entrance of the two young ladies whom Oliver had seen on a former occasion, caused the conversation to flow afresh.
13 You may depend upon it,' said Giles, 'that that gate stopped the flow of the excitement.
14 An ingenuous, transparent life was disclosed, as if the flow of her existence could be seen passing within her.
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15 I saw a richer green flow up the hill-side, and remain there, without any wintry intermission.