The ache of loss had faded a little over the past two weeks, but she still cried herself to sleep at night.
Well, I've had a bit of fun I can tell you! cried Denisov, gleeful and yet angry, his white teeth showing under his black mustache.
She cried as if she was losing him.
Aye, aye, cried Queequeg, and seizing the carpenter's heavy hatchet, he leaned out of a porthole, and steel to iron, began slashing at the largest fluke-chains.
After church, he rode out alone on Ed and she cried some more.
Nancy was a bad child when I went to Memphis she cried loud, I whipped her with a stick.
She curled up on her bed and cried herself to sleep.
Fashioned at last into an arrowy shape, and welded by Perth to the shank, the steel soon pointed the end of the iron; and as the blacksmith was about giving the barbs their final heat, prior to tempering them, he cried to Ahab to place the water-cask near.
Seemed about to consent, when a cowardly monk, one Malatesta Sacramoro, cried out that the shepherd should lay down his life for his flock.
Now what are you dawdling for? she cried to the maids.