18 examples of Abysses in a sentence
Along the way we've discovered fantastic
and chambers so large that you can see for hundreds of meters without a break in the line of sight.
In a sense, that scene has been "used up" and dramaturgically useless since "The Sting", and all the subsequent "big con" movies of the 80's and 90's, have had to add some very special extra ingredient - such as Mamet's plumbing of the sexual and psychological
beneath the "con/mark" relation - in order to be movies of any even limited note.
He would have quoted Chinese or Greenlandish had he known those two languages, for he was in one of those crises in which the whole soul shows indistinctly what it contains, like the ocean, which, in the storm, opens itself from the seaweeds on its shores down to the sands of its
She felt lost, sinking at random into indefinable abysses, and it was almost with joy that, on reaching the "Croix-Rouge," she saw the good Homais, who was watching a large box full of pharmaceutical stores being hoisted on to the "Hirondelle."
D’Artagnan became pensive in his turn; it appeared as if there were
in Milady’s soul whose depths were dark and unknown.
However fugitive this homicide flash, Felton saw it, and started as if its light had revealed the
of this woman’s heart.
But I must confess that in another hour this unnatural excitement abated, my nerves became unstrung, and from the depths of the
of this earth I ascended to its surface again.
I spent it dreaming of
You must take a lesson in abysses."
No violence accompanied this change; the matter thrown out was in vast quantities, and the liquid material oozing out from the
of the earth slowly spread in extensive plains or in hillocky masses.
I felt intoxicated with the sublime pleasure of lofty elevations without thinking of the profound
into which I was shortly to be plunged.
There is nothing more treacherous than this attraction down deep
The word cavern does not convey any idea of this immense space; words of human tongue are inadequate to describe the discoveries of him who ventures into the deep
His glance seemed to rest fondly for the last time on these masterpieces of art and of nature, to which he had limited his horizon during a sojourn of so many years in the
of the seas.
By dint of leaping, climbing, gambolling amid the
of the gigantic cathedral he had become, in some sort, a monkey and a goat, like the Calabrian child who swims before he walks, and plays with the sea while still a babe.
And if, as he grew older,
had formed in his science, they had also formed in his heart.
In the rose-colored
of heaven rose-colored stars were glittering; but in distinction from usual nights the earth was brighter than the heavens.
He will raise up the faithful, and command the
to swallow the persecutors.