He looked at her again, his face worked; at last John Berber with a muffled groan burst into terrible human tears.
"The Best Short Stories of 1920" by Various
At last he put his muffled mouth to my ear and shouted through the cape of his wamus.
"The Black Wolf Pack" by Dan Beard
Thus it came about that Gage made love to Frank Merriwell, instead of the fair captive he believed was muffled by the coat.
"Frank Merriwell Down South" by Burt L. Standish
There was a rustling and shuffling and a sound of hurried, muffled steps.
"Miss Pat at School" by Pemberton Ginther
I caught the faintest of sounds from within; a muffled click, voices.
"Greylorn" by John Keith Laumer
To the northward a muffled roar sounded, followed instantly by another.
"Dave Darrin After The Mine Layers" by H. Irving Hancock
What muffled fellow's that?
"Measure for Measure" by William Shakespeare
In dead silence, with muffled oars, we pulled in towards the shore.
"Old Jack" by W.H.G. Kingston
She was followed by a man, tall, slight, and closely muffled up, who shouldered a larger portmanteau.
"The Albert Gate Mystery" by Louis Tracy
The muffled sound of galloping hoofs in the sand caused her to raise her chin from her chest and her mind became instantly alert.
"The Lady Doc" by Caroline Lockhart
So be it, for the shadow slips
That muffles all, and death above,
A smile of pity on his lips,
Shakes dust upon the dreams we love.
"A City Reverie" by Alexander Anderson
A fathomless sea is rolling
O'er the wreck of the bravest bark;
And my pain-muffled heart is toiling,
Its dumb-peal down in the dark.
"Desolate" by Gerald Massey
"I fear me there will be a storm,
The clouds, with murky fingers,
Are muffling the stars o'er far Galgorm,
Where my own true lover lingers."
"Keeping Tryst" by Nora Pembroke
For him, far hence, a mother sighs,
And fancies comforts yet to come!
He'll never bless her longing eyes—
She'll only hear the Muffled Drum!
"The Muffled Drum" by John Mayne
Ah me! how sorrowful and slow,
With arms revers'd, the soldiers come—
Dirge-sounding trumpets, full of woe,
And, sad to hear, the Muffled Drum!
"The Muffled Drum" by John Mayne
Loudly they rapped on the cottage door
—There were muffled sounds—within!
Someone was moving—or walking about
—Whichever it might have been.
"The Travellers aka Twas a Dark and Stormy Night! (with knobs on)" by T W Connor
The roar of a 2,000-degree furnace is barely muffled by the sound of rock music inside the Kingston barn that is home to the Davis Kapple Glass Studio.
'A Late Quartet': Familiar music muffled by overfamiliar theatrics ??
Ryan Dempster is rocked and Jered Weaver muffles the Texas bats.
Ho-hum numbers muffle commercial optimism.
Google Quietly Supportive of Adobe's Move to Muffle Flash.
49ers hope to muffle roar of Detroit crowd.
Michael Buble to Muffle Rihanna's 'Talk' on Billboard 200.
Media coverage of Obama's Libya handling by turns blaring, muffled .
No detail is too small, no sound in the night too muffled, to register.
According to Doninelli, the property was leased to a tenant whose power had recently been shut off, leading the tenant to run a generator inside a car to muffle the noise.
Then comes the faint sound of footsteps, or a muffled tap on the door.
That sound, muffled but persistent, is the sound of Pirates fans throwing in the towel.
Neighbors heard the child's muffled cries and rescued him.
Driving Uncle Undertaker 's hearse: 'Suddenly, I heard a heavy, muffled thud in the back'.
"Cloud Atlas" sunny in Russia and "Argo" solid in France and U.K. "Here Comes the Boom" muffled in modest foreign debut.