1 The iron heavens seemed to melt and rain down sweetness.
2 She seemed to melt against him in her terror, and he caught her in his arms, held her fast there, felt her lashes beat his cheek like netted butterflies.
3 Her body seemed to melt into his and, for a timeless time, they stood fused together as his lips took hers hungrily as if he could never have enough.
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4 Butter won't melt in my mouth when I'm around him.
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5 Butter doesn't melt in your mouth from all I can hear.
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6 I've seen so few people who did not melt at the sight of cash.
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7 They compared her to flakes of snow; as pure, as white, as brilliant, and as liable to melt in the fierce heats of summer, or congeal in the frosts of winter.
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8 She's got such a soft heart, it will melt like butter in the sun if anyone looks sentimentlly at her.
Little Women By Louisa May AlcottGet Context In CHAPTER TWENTY
9 You always find some new way of wheedling money out of me, and, as soon as you have got it, it seems to melt in your hands.
10 I saw his solemn eye melt with sudden fire, and flicker with resistless emotion.
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11 Every Linton on the face of the earth might melt into nothing before I could consent to forsake Heathcliff.
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12 And now he stared at her so earnestly that I thought the very intensity of his gaze would bring tears into his eyes; but they burned with anguish: they did not melt.
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13 I will melt the stony hearts of your enemies by my tears and prayers.
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14 She seized a live horse-shoe by the tail, and made prize of several five-fingers, and laid out a jelly-fish to melt in the warm sun.
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15 Before we had taken many paces down the street beyond it, the noise of the city seemed to melt, as if by magic, into a softened distance.
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