I received her as politely as I could, because I think she was sorry she dared me to walk
George and Helen arose and walked
away into the darkness.
His heart was still proud and high, and he walked
up to the seat which he had last occupied as a sixth-form boy, and sat himself down there to collect his thoughts.
"Colonel," said Father Brown, "I tell you that this archangel of impudence who stole your forks walked
up and down this passage twenty times in the blaze of all the lamps, in the glare of all the eyes.
"Thank you, thank youbut on no account.I would rather walk
. And for me to be afraid of walking alone!I, who may so soon have to guard others!"
He grows vespertinal in his habits as the evening of life approaches, till at last he comes forth only just before sundown, and gets all the walk
that he requires in half an hour.
Such violence of affliction indeed could not be supported for ever; it sunk within a few days into a calmer melancholy; but these employments, to which she daily recurred, her solitary walks
and silent meditations, still produced occasional effusions of sorrow as lively as ever.
It was the long walk
outside the gardens with the walls round them.
Green and his sisters had sent their carriage back empty, in order to enjoy the bright sunshine and balmy air in a sociable walk
home along with their visitors, Captain Somebody and Lieutenant Somebody-else (a couple of military fops), and the Misses Murray, who, of course, contrived to join them.
But we took a moonlight walk
last Monday night, to talk it over at leisure, and I represented the case to him as it really is.
The two women had no intention of bathing; they had just strolled down to the beach for a walk
and to be alone and near the water.
Underneath the elms we parted, By the lowly cottage door; One brief word alone was uttered Never on our lips before; And away I walked
forlornly, Broken-hearted evermore.