Anna Maria was about to argue the point, when all at once there began to be other sounds up above--the rasping noise
of a saw; and the noise
of a little dog, scratching and yelping!
Then came the loud ringing of a bell, mingled with the noise
of fire-arms, and the shouts of men, and the sensation of being carried over uneven ground at a rapid pace.
While the hangman addressed them to this effect, in the tone and with the air of a pastor in familiar conversation with his flock, the noise
had been in some degree subdued; for the rioters were busy in conveying the prisoners to the Sessions House, which was beyond the main walls of the prison, though connected with it, and the crowd were busy too, in passing them from thence along the street.
It was not a large one, but it made noise
enough for a panorama.
Rocinante took fright at the noise
of the water and of the blows, but quieting him Don Quixote advanced step by step towards the houses, commending himself with all his heart to his lady, imploring her support in that dread pass and enterprise, and on the way commending himself to God, too, not to forget him.
Mistress Affery having no taste for reading, and no sufficient light for needlework in the subdued room, supposing her to have the inclination, now sat every night in the dimness from which she had momentarily emerged on the evening of Arthur Clennam's return, occupied with crowds of wild speculations and suspicions respecting her mistress and her husband and the noises
in the house.
Suddenly another idea took possession of his mind, so used to misfortune, that it was scarcely capable of hope -- the idea that the noise
was made by workmen the governor had ordered to repair the neighboring dungeon.
However, there had been that noise
- the why and the how of it?
It opened with difficulty, and then only on darkness; but as I turned back, the door behind me sank back and settled into its place with a noise
as of innumerable bolts.
I don't blame you a bit, Esmeralda," said Clayton, "and you certainly did hit it off right when you called them `lonesome' noises
It swelled with amazing speed to a profound clamor that involved the earth in noises
He uttered little crooning noises
, alternating with sharp cries akin to pain, half-ecstatic, half-petulant, as he drew a black clay pipe from a hole in his ear-lobe, and into the bowl of it, with trembling fingers, untwisted and crumbled the cheap leaf of spoiled Virginia crop.