As long as I live, the personality of Dorian Gray
will dominate me.
Day after day Mowgli would lead the buffaloes out to their wallows, and day after day he would see Gray
Brother's back a mile and a half away across the plain (so he knew that Shere Khan had not come back), and day after day he would lie on the grass listening to the noises round him, and dreaming of old days in the jungle.
was a professional inventor, a highly competent man who had begun his career as a blacksmith's apprentice, and risen to be a professor of Oberlin.
But whether the oppressor were overawed by the Gray
Champion's look, or perceived his peril in the threatening attitude of the people, it is certain that he gave back, and ordered his soldiers to commence a slow and guarded retreat.
Preceding each shower a mysterious gloom, like the passage of a shadow above the firmament of gray
clouds, filters down upon the ship.
Thou art leader, Little Brother," said Gray
Brother, and he licked Mowgli's foot.
He was a small, slim, clean-shaven, prim- faced man, flaxen-haired and leanjawed, between thirty and forty years of age, dressed in a gray
suit and wearing a straw hat.
It would have sounded oddly to Mary, but life is gray
to friendless girls, and something might have come of it.
The rain ceased and the sun began to burst out goldenly now and again between the rents in the clouds, burnishing the gray
seas with copper-hued radiance, and lighting up the mists that curtained the Island's red shores with gleams of gold foretokening a fine day after all.
Hilda was back in a few moments wearing a long gray
squirrel coat and a broad fur hat.
The chill of a sudden breeze upon the back of his neck drew his attention to the quarter whence it came, and turning to the east he saw a faint gray
light along the horizon--the first sign of returning day.
He snatched a roll of gray
stocking from the hall table and flung it into Ursula's room.