On his face still lingered the dark flush that had crept up over it at the black-eyed girl's taunt.
"Red-Robin" by Jane Abbott
In him we reach so important a turning-point in the history of Christmas that we must linger awhile at his side.
"Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan" by Clement A. Miles
Can you guess why I have lingered so long over a portrait that might well have been dispatched in three lines?
"Sword and Gown" by George A. Lawrence
The ladies left the dining-room; the gentlemen lingered, but not long.
"Kate Danton, or, Captain Danton's Daughters" by May Agnes Fleming
Phebe had not lingered, though she seemed long away.
"Cobwebs and Cables" by Hesba Stretton
We linger over our coffee, and I smoke two or three of his gold-tipped Egyptians.
"Everyman's Land" by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
A tone lingered in his ear; he recalled the countenance of one absent.
"Tancred" by Benjamin Disraeli
She is in; and yet, before the door shuts, he lingers.
"The Young Duke" by Benjamin Disraeli
He lingered, purposely to prolong his uncertainty and his hope.
"The Child of Pleasure" by Gabriele D'Annunzio
Mrs. Stanhope lingered in surprise at her friend's emotion, and strove to soothe it.
"Eventide" by Effie Afton
A smile, such as no living lips ever wore, lingered round her mouth and softened its mute expression.
"Ernest Linwood" by Caroline Lee Hentz
Now she lingered, drifting uncertainly, but keeping close to the shore and moving very slowly.
"Madge Morton's Secret" by Amy D. V. Chalmers
Bud lingered outside the door and finally disappeared altogether, reappearing when the last hymn was sung.
"A Voice in the Wilderness" by Grace Livingston Hill
Past this, her favourite resting-place, Christie rarely went without lingering.
"Christie Redfern's Troubles" by Margaret Robertson
The protection of it seemed to linger behind him, and quiet her anxiety.
"The Man of the Desert" by Grace Livingston Hill
Coldly, and with a tremulous lingering, the light shines on land and sea.
"April's Lady" by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford
Agatha thought how different was the abrupt, singular manner of Nathanael from Major Harper's tender, lingering, courteous adieu.
"Agatha's Husband A Novel" by Dinah Maria Craik (AKA: Dinah Maria Mulock)
Still, something of that gentle influence lingered.
"Joyce's Investments" by Fannie E. Newberry
But the Lord of Rays was not a man to abide patiently their lingering processes.
"Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds" by Charles Mackay
I fancy the marchioness intends to depart; I prefer to linger awhile.
"Fairy Fingers" by Anna Cora Mowatt Ritchie
Wander we through life's long track,
Where a parted sun's soft ray
Lingers yet across the way.
"Wishes" by Menella Bute Smedley
My true love's face is white as mist
That moons have lingered on,
Yet rosy as a cloud, sun-kissed--
I think it is the Dawn.
"The Lost Name" by Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
She ceases now and dries her tears
But still she lingers there
In silent thought till night is come
And silver stars appear.
"Alexander And Zenobia" by Anne Bronte
He lingered near you, all unchid,
He prayed, as only lovers can;
He knew the worth your true heart hid,
O fair, O happy Anne.
"Anne Hathaway" by Anna Johnston MacManus
Linger then yet awhile,
As the last leaves on the bough!
Ye have lov'd the light of many a smile,
That is taken from you now.
"The Departed" by Felicia Dorothea Hemans
In my soul is a lingering music:
The song was not meant for me,
But I listen, and listen, and wonder
To whom it can lovelier be.
"In The Air" by Lucy Larcom
Jordan Kovacs was stuck in the stands as a fan at Michigan Stadium as a freshman, stewing about having his dream delayed by a lingering knee problem.
WIMBLEDON, England – One lingering question from Rafael Nadal's shocking exit to Lukas Rosol on Thursday night — why was Centre Court's retractable roof employed when it was.
Robert Pirsig's first book, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (here-after ZAAMM ), appeared in 1974—seventeen years ago—and the memory of it still lingers, green and cheerful, in the mind.
Neighbors said the smell has lingered for more than a week.
As conceptualized, the pace car was a showcase of Indiana's finest, a tradition that lingered on peripherally once the state's most regal automakers had departed from the scene.
As the recession lingers on, food writer Nina Planck tackles this controversial question.
T he lingering force of the tornado that ripped apart north Minneapolis a year ago shows in the boarded, empty home where the mailbox is still stuffed with letters.
It's not just the digital signage industry that's optimistic about its prospects during the lingering recession.
Olympic pole vault champion Steve Hooker says a lingering left knee injury will prevent him competing in Australia's selection trials next month, and he will instead take the risky path of trying to qualify for London via other events.
While most of the harmful effects of long-term hormone therapy disappear with time, one important threat — cancer — appears to linger, even 2½ years after women stop taking their pills, new research shows.
The echoing shape of military movement lingers in the mind, like most mornings' top-of-the-fold news.
Rick Santorum has a new column over at Red State, in which he declares that thing that separates him from the rest of the lingering members of the GOP primary field is his strident disbelief in the " pseudo -religion" of global warming.
Rick Santorum has a new column over at Red State, in which he declares that thing that separates him from the rest of the lingering members of the GOP primary field is his strident disbelief in the " pseudo- religion" of global warming.
I have a lingering sense of unease over the flap around the Edwards bloggers.
Yet what lingers in the memory about "The Gershwins' Fascinating Rhythm" is not the way the cast members treat the old material.