And he looked round
in the way he always did at everyone in the room.
There was a sound of many footsteps, and Alice looked round
, eager to see the Queen.
He drained it, and it seemed to do him good: for he looked round the table, and the ghost of his old smile flickered across his face.
At last the Time Traveller pushed his plate away, and looked round us.
Hatta looked round
once more, and this time a tear or two trickled down his cheek: but not a word would he say.
"I have felt this strange feeling before," said he, "I cannot help thinking there's something wrong about that closet." He made a strong effort, plucked up his courage, shivered the lock with a blow or two of the poker, opened the door, and there, sure enough, standing bolt upright in the corner, was the last tenant, with a little bottle clasped firmly in his hand, and his face--well!' As the little old man concluded, he looked round on the attentive faces of his wondering auditory with a smile of grim delight.
The old man looked round the table, and leered more horribly than ever, as if in triumph, at the attention which was depicted in every face.
D'Urberville looked round
upon her, nipped his cigar with the tips of his large white centre-teeth, and allowed his lips to smile slowly of themselves.