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The noise was high.-Ha!, no more moving?
THIS hateful disposition sets the jaws, or gnashes the teeth, sends blasting flashes from the eyes, stretches the mouth horizontally, clenches both the fists, and bends the elbows in a straining manner to the body. The tone of voice and expression are much the same as in anger, but not so loud.
How like a fawning publican he looks!
I will feed fat the ancient grudge I bear him.
Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice,
JEALOUSY shows itself by restlessness, peevishness, thoughtfulness, anxiety, and absence of mind. Sometimes it bursts out into piteous complaint, and weeping; then a gleam of hope, that all is yet well, lights up the countenance into a momentary smile. Immediately the face, clouded with a general gloom, shows the mind overcast again with horrid suspicions and frightful imaginations.
How blest am I
In my just censure! in my true opinion!-
The abhorr'd ingredient to his eye, make known
Oliver & Boyd, Printers, Edinburgh.
Shakespeare's Winter's Tale.