caress of his

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  • But no caress of his could help her now. Cited from Mary Wollaston, by Henry Kitchell Webster
  • Then she began to smile, feeling the caress of his greedy little lips. Cited from Doctor Pascal, by Emile Zola
  • Let us hope the caresses of his mother compensated him for this suffering. Cited from Captains of Industry, by James Parton
  • She writhed under the caress of his voice; it had power still. Cited from Great Possessions, by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
  • The next morning it was the cool caress of his tongue on her hand that awakened her. Cited from Baree, Son of Kazan, James Oliver Curwood
  • The covetous caress of his thick hand upon her arm indicated that he was wholly sure of himself in regard to her. Cited from The Sky Line of Spruce, by Edison Marshall
  • He remembers liking the caresses of his father's footmen when he was quite a little boy. Cited from Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 (of 6), by Havelock Ellis
  • If I am a rich man, I should not send him from the caresses of his mother to the stern discipline of school. Cited from My Novel, by E. B. Lytton, Book 2
  • He feared death no more than the caress of his mother, when he felt that that death was to be suffered in behalf of his oppressed people. Cited from Imperium in Imperio: A Study Of The Negro Race Problem, Sutton E. Griggs
  • Hugh had nothing that Fleda did not have, even to the time, care, and caresses of his parents. Cited from Queechy, by Elizabeth Wetherell
  • He called me by the tenderest names, as if wishing to find solace for his grief in the caresses of his child. Cited from Which?, by Ernest Daudet
  • At the caress of his hand a great shudder passed through Baree's body, as if he had been stung. Cited from The Courage of Marge O'Doone, by James Oliver Curwood
  • Little cared Jacob for the splendor around him; still less for the caresses of his royal protectress. Cited from Joseph II. and His Court, by L. Muhlbach
  • She muzzled his neck and Kazan gave her a swift dog-like caress of his tongue, assuring her that all was well. Cited from Kazan, by James Oliver Curwood
  • The sobs and caresses of his good friend and nurse luckily kept him from listening to little Fanny. Cited from Virginians, By William Makepeace Thackeray
  • The spirit of the possessed was revived, refreshed, renewed by the caresses of his children. Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 346, August 1844, Vol. 56
  • After the weariness of watching, the prostration of fever, he welcomed always the good-morning caress of his "dear little wife." Cited from Queen Victoria, by Grace Greenwood
  • She only lived in the expectation of seeing him, in his presence and the whispered words and caresses of his love; and, in his absence, in the memory of them. Cited from At Love's Cost, by Charles Garvice
  • Already he tasted by anticipation the warm caresses of his wife and children, and saw himself seated at the hearth, with those beloved ones clustering close round him. Cited from Hard Cash, Charles Reade
  • Surprised at this, I asked Samuela the reason, as soon as I could disengage him for a few moments from the caresses of his friends. Cited from The Cruise of the Cachalot, by Frank T. Bullen