A disproportionate amount of the outcry
had the flavour of imprecation--had, indeed a strong flavour of riot.
Major Schneider had made no outcry
for the very excellent reason that his wind was shut off.
If he is not on board, Miss Strong, he was thrown overboard--and the fact that you heard no outcry
would lead to the assumption that he was dead before he left the ship's deck--murdered.
Its noise and outcry
warned him of its presence, while he ran alone, velvet-footed, silently, a moving shadow among the trees after the manner of his father and mother before him.
They heard the outcry
below, and thrust their heads out of the window.
You remember the outcry
over the withdrawal of our Mediterranean Fleet?
All this time Alan would not leave me though I often pressed him, and indeed his foolhardiness in staying was a common subject of outcry
with the two or three friends that were let into the secret.
He read the leading article, in which it was maintained that it was quite senseless in our day to raise an outcry
that radicalism was threatening to swallow up all conservative elements, and that the government ought to take measures to crush the revolutionary hydra; that, on the contrary, "in our opinion the danger lies not in that fantastic revolutionary hydra, but in the obstinacy of traditionalism clogging progress," etc.
The Doctor was of course absent, and the outcry was no more than the wild yells, which were raised in the first burst of savage disappointment.
She had long listened anxiously to the suspicious sounds, which approached the rock across the naked waste, nor had the sudden outcry been unheard by the unwearied sentinels of the rock.
Meanwhile, and in the midst of all the roar and outcry, those who were nearest to the pile, heaped up again the burning fragments that came toppling down, and raked the fire about the door, which, although a sheet of flame, was still a door fast locked and barred, and kept them out.
Nor were they alone affected by the outcry from within the prison.