1 Certainly the language he used in his delirium was no less grammatical than that of the Tarleton twins.
2 His talk of shadow shows and hazy outlines conveyed no meaning to her but his last words were in language she could understand.
3 Her voice became less choked as she went into detailed description of her monster guest in a language which only he could understand.
4 Its modest "effects," compact of enamel paint and ingenuity, spoke to him in the language just then sweetest to his ear.
5 The words beat on Gerty's brain like the sound of a language which has seemed familiar at a distance, but on approaching is found to be unintelligible.
6 The Nantucketer, he alone resides and riots on the sea; he alone, in Bible language, goes down to it in ships; to and fro ploughing it as his own special plantation.
7 Something of the salt sea yet lingered in old Bildad's language, heterogeneously mixed with Scriptural and domestic phrases.
8 Nor would difference of country make any very essential difference; that is, so long as both parties speak one language, as is the case with Americans and English.
9 Antonia seemed to like it; she held her little sister by the hand and chattered away in that language which seemed to me spoken so much more rapidly than mine.
10 She said they came from a part of Russia where the language was not very different from Bohemian, and if I wanted to go to their place, she could talk to them for me.
11 He spoke and wrote his own language so seldom that it came to him awkwardly.
12 The Bohemian and Scandinavian girls could not get positions as teachers, because they had had no opportunity to learn the language.
13 The other stood beside him, a hand on his shoulder, and was comforting him in a language I had not heard for a long while.
14 The little children, who could not speak English, murmured comments to each other in their rich old language.
15 Then had followed a rather heated argument; the two women did not appear to understand each other or to be talking the same language.