1 He let the vision possess him as they climbed the hill to the house.
2 The wave of warmth that went through him was like the prolongation of his vision.
3 But their evening together had given him a vision of what life at her side might be, and he was glad now that he had done nothing to trouble the sweetness of the picture.
4 Mrs. Hale paused a moment, and I remained silent, plunged in the vision of what her words evoked.
5 The gravel flew again and across her vision a man on horseback galloped over the green lawn toward the lazy group under the trees.
6 Tomorrow--tomorrow--her brain ticked slowly and more slowly, like a clock running down, but the clarity of vision persisted.
7 The rain obscured her vision as the buggy came abreast, but she saw the driver peer over the tarpaulin that stretched from the dashboard to his chin.
8 At this affecting vision Mrs. Trenor's voice trembled with self-pity.
9 That was the secret of his way of readjusting her vision.
10 Suddenly they heard a remote sound, like the hum of a giant insect, and following the high-road, which wound whiter through the surrounding twilight, a black object rushed across their vision.
11 "Oh, to the death," Lily agreed, dimpling at the vision.
12 She had, indeed, a quick vision of returning the packet to Bertha Dorset, and of the opportunities the restitution offered; but this thought lit up abysses from which she shrank back ashamed.
13 Her aunt's words had told her nothing new; but they had revived the vision of Bertha Dorset, smiling, flattered, victorious, holding her up to ridicule by insinuations intelligible to every member of their little group.
14 Such details did not fall within the range of Mrs. Peniston's vision.
15 TABLEAUX VIVANTS depend for their effect not only on the happy disposal of lights and the delusive-interposition of layers of gauze, but on a corresponding adjustment of the mental vision.