A stifled exclamation made me look round.
"Berry And Co." by Dornford Yates
Even poor old Plummer gave a half-stifled cry.
"Foes in Ambush" by Charles King
She felt stifled by the atmosphere, and she recovered as soon as she got home.
"Great Possessions" by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
One afternoon when a scorching wind seemed to stifle the countryside with its breath, Josephina capitulated.
"Woman Triumphant" by Vicente Blasco Ibañez
And yet she couldn't stifle that impulse.
"Then I'll Come Back to You" by Larry Evans
I felt stifled in the carriage.
"The Vicomte de Bragelonne" by Alexandre Dumas
It was the sound of a stifled sob, and the mother looked up anxiously.
"The Triumph of John Kars" by Ridgwell Cullum
He saw her plight, and hooking his hand in her arm took her behind the tent, where she burst into furious words and a gush of stifled weeping.
"The Emigrant Trail" by Geraldine Bonner
A stifled gasp she uttered, and he lifted her into the room.
"The Devil Doctor" by Sax Rohmer
He was not outside; he was stifling in the dark room.
"Joyce of the North Woods" by Harriet T. Comstock
Although he trod on it, indeed,
To save his very soul
From stifling in the thoughts of me
Its sweetness might enroll.
"A Woman's Mood" by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
The wold and the fertile farmlands
Lie under a stifling haze,
And the cattle are winding slowly
Home by the well-known ways.
"Calm Before Storm" by Cicely Fox Smith
And not a breeze came, east or west,
And burning was the sky,
And stifling was each breath we drew
Of the air so hot and dry.
"The Old Man's Story" by Mary Botham Howitt
III. Suspense in all its torturing forms I've known,
And many a tender, many an anxious fear;
And on my lip has died the stifled groan,
And in mine eye has swam the silent tear .
"Apathy" by Sydney Owenson
'Tis so—That stifled sigh the truth betrays;
And sure (if right I guess ) the conscious Muse
Has caught, with happy art, each varying grace,
Each charm which decks the Fair thy hope pursues.
"To The Author's Brother. On the choice of a Wife in the Year 1789" by Maria Logan
Give our tears to the dead! For humanity's claim
From its silence and darkness is ever the same;
The hope of that world whose existence is bliss
May not stifle the tears of the mourners of this.
"A Lament" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Controls stifling us, execs declare.
According to local poet Kris Bigalk, there's no risk of droning poets , stiflingly warm rooms or excessive sleepiness at The Maeve's Sessions, at Maeve's Cafe in Minneapolis.
Is Redmond stifling competition or helping to correct an overpriced sector.
Practices have been grueling, the heat stifling.
(AP) — Rookie Jayron Hosley returned an interception of Mark Sanchez 77 yards for a touchdown, and the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants stifled the New York Jets in a 26-3 preseason victory on Saturday night.
Sports Football Trojans will attempt to stifle prolific Oregon offense.
The assertion merits just a brief mention in a lengthy article about the Iranian government's preparations to stifle opposition protests Thursday.
Stockton's D stifles turnover-prone Le-Win.
Moore each collected turnovers to stifle potential second-half touchdown drives, and the Chicago Bears beat the Detroit Lions, 13-7, in Chicago on Monday night.
Red Tape Is Stifling Job Creation.
Sabers stifle Holy Redeemer .
A stifling spring or early summer afternoon draws on toward evening.
Scorching heat, dry conditions stifle July 4 celebrations.
Undefeated Florida Gators' defense stifles FSU in 72-47 romp.
Seahawks' Wilson engineers two fourth-quarter TD drives after defense stifles Brady's Patriots.