A low moan came from a neighboring room.
"The Son of Monte-Cristo, Volume II (of 2)" by Alexandre Dumas père
For hours Elspie sat in the dark room beside the bed of the little child, who lay murmuring, sometimes moaning, in her sleep.
"Olive A Novel" by Dinah Maria Craik, (AKA Dinah Maria Mulock)
Little do I care to live,' moaned Etin, 'now that I have lost my lady Margaret.
"Stories from the Ballads" by Mary MacGregor
A moan, a deep gasping sound, came to his ears.
"Spring Street" by James H. Richardson
The other was crying and moaning, so that we could plainly hear him from our elevation.
"In the Forbidden Land" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
He would never do it now; he moaned as he fell, then he lay, face downward, terribly motionless and still.
"The Heiress of Wyvern Court" by Emilie Searchfield
How shall I begin my desolate moan?
"The Aeneid of Virgil" by Virgil
For twenty days in the evening and night moans resounded through the air.
"Across Unknown South America" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
It was immediately succeeded by a chorus of hideous cries and moans, singularly distressing.
"As It Was in the Beginning" by Philip Verrill Mighels
No moan escaped him at the stinging pain.
"Stories in Verse" by Henry Abbey
“Is it the moaning of the Earth?
Dark Rider, answer me!”
“It is the cry of life at birth”
He answered quietly:
"The Night Ride" by Victor James Daley
But in your own you mutely took
My hand, and for a space
You wrung it till I throbbed and shook,
And woke with wildest moan
"Haunted" by Mathilde Blind
Low moans the river from its bed,
The distant pines reply;
Like mourners shrinking from the dead,
They stand apart and sigh.
"The Old Burying-Ground" by John Greenleaf Whittier
The tempest, pent in moaning ways,
Awakes the shepherd yonder,
But Illa dreams unknown to days
Whose wings are wind and thunder.
"Illa Creek" by Henry Kendall
When the woods gloom dark and darker,
Sedges in the night-wind moan,
Then a faint mysterious wailing
Bids me weep, still weep alone.
"Sedge Songs" by Nikolaus Lenau
There is silence on yon fair valley,
And calm on yon purple hill:
But the trees are moaning together
With a sigh that is never still.
"Calm Before Storm" by Cicely Fox Smith
He was overheard moan ing to wife Judith that he preferred his old seats at the side of the dugout, which allowed him to chat with the players.
As changes loom, third baseman in no mood to moan about current dimensions at Citi.
Remember a year ago, when county clerks kept moaning that the state's standards for testing voting equipment were impossibly high.
But what we all really want is something so rich and decadent it makes us moan with pleasure.
Once again, the rapper took to his @LilTunechi Twitter account today to moan about his experience sitting courtside yesterday at Game 1 of the NBA Finals series between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Miami Heat.
"I heard him moaning," said Pam Johnson, who was on her way home from her sister's.
Moaning co-worker drives me crazy.
As I eased into the hot, swirling water, I moaned approvingly to no one in particular.
Motorists moan more about other drivers than so-called pet hates such as White Van Man or cyclists, according to a poll.
She's been a heck of a trooper — never complained, never moaned, never made any remarks.
" I'm sick of being haunted by every cliché that I know," moans Rock Star Supernova victor Lukas Rossi in "Be Yourself (and 5 Other Clichés)".
Wet-faced and red-eyed, she moans, "I'm tired.".
Well, up until the last week or so there hasn't been as much whining and moaning about the Bowl Championship Series.
Moan wins Nordic Combined World Cup event.
Rich boys cry and moan while you pay the price.