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Shone

1) imp. & p. p. of Shine.

imp. & p. p.

1) of Shine

Example Sentences for

Shone

1) Suddenly the broad disk of the moon arose and Shone full upon his ghastly and distorted shape as he fled with more than mortal speed.
2) I would show Rose Maylie in all the bloom and grace of early womanhood, shedding on her secluded path in life soft and gentle light, that fell on all who trod it with her, and Shone into their hearts.
3) Their icy and glittering peaks Shone in the sunlight over the clouds.
4) Then, overcome by fatigue, I lay down among some straw and fell asleep. ‘It was noon when I awoke, and allured by the warmth of the sun, which Shone brightly on the white ground, I determined to recommence my travels; and, depositing the remains of the peasant’s breakfast in a wallet I found, I pro122 Frankenstein ceeded across the fields for several hours, until at sunset I arrived at a village.
5) Suddenly the broad disk of the moon arose and Shone full upon his ghastly and distorted shape as he fled with more than mortal speed.
6) Her white instep Shone in the opening of her furry slippers and the blood glowed warmly behind her perfumed skin.
7) His eyes Shone as he pressed buttons on the walkie-talkie, and waited while the hook-handed man answered
8) The cold stars Shone in mockery, and the bare trees waved their branches above me; now and then the sweet voice of a bird burst forth amidst the universal stillness.
9) I would show Rose Maylie in all the bloom and grace of early womanhood, shedding on her secluded path in life soft and gentle light, that fell on all who trod it with her, and Shone into their hearts.
10) Like illumined pearls the lamps Shone from the summits of their tall poles upon the living texture below which, changing shape and hue unceasingly, sent up into the warm grey evening air an unchanging unceasing murmur.
11) The sun Shone brightly; as brightly as if it looked upon no misery or care; and, with every leaf and flower in full bloom about her; with life, and health, and sounds and sights of joy, surrounding her on every side: the 382 Oliver Twist fair young creature lay, wasting fast.
12) But, on the restoration of his majesty, of pleasurable memory, he hastened to court, where he rolled away and Shone as in his native sphere.
13) The cold stars Shone in mockery, and the bare trees waved their branches above me; now and then the sweet voice of a bird burst forth amidst the universal stillness.
14) His eyes Shone with enthusiasm; hero-worship, love, admiration for his leader seemed literally to glow upon his face.
15) The cup of life was poisoned forever, and although the sun Shone upon me, as upon the happy and gay of heart, I saw around me nothing but a dense and frightful darkness, penetrated by no light but the glimmer of two eyes that glared upon me.
16) But her temper was fluctuating; joy for a few instants Shone in her eyes, but it continually gave place to distraction and reverie.
17) The wind ceased, the sun Shone forth—nature smiled once more.
18) Then, overcome by fatigue, I lay down among some straw and fell asleep. ‘It was noon when I awoke, and allured by the warmth of the sun, which Shone brightly on the white ground, I determined to recommence my travels; and, depositing the remains of the peasant’s breakfast in a wallet I found, I pro122 Frankenstein ceeded across the fields for several hours, until at sunset I arrived at a village.
19) The pewter on the fine old dressers, the brass above the gigantic hearth, Shone like silver and gold—the red-tiled floor was as brilliant as the scarlet geranium on the window sill—this meant that his servants were good and plentiful, that the custom was constant, and of that order which necessitated the keeping up of the coffeeroom to a high standard of elegance and order.
20) The pewter on the fine old dressers, the brass above the gigantic hearth, Shone like silver and gold—the red-tiled floor was as brilliant as the scarlet geranium on the window sill—this meant that his servants were good and plentiful, that the custom was constant, and of that order which necessitated the keeping up of the coffeeroom to a high standard of elegance and order.
21) I had to cover my face if I didn’t want people to be revolted by the sight of me, while he Shone in public like a precious gem.
22) It would still be some hours before evening, and the sun Shone with the warm gold of summer afternoons.
23) A dim light Shone at intervals from some bedroom window; and the hoarse barking of dogs occasionally broke the silence of the night.
24) A small gold coin Shone in the palm. 62 Dubliners The Boarding House MRS.
25) I had to cover my face if I didn’t want people to be revolted by the sight of me, while he Shone in public like a precious gem.
26) ' The interview went on for fifteen easy minutes, and Rachel's intelligence and poise Shone through
27) The boys polished them with their spoons till they Shone again; and when they had performed this operation (which never took very long, the spoons being nearly as large as the bowls), they would sit staring at the copper, with such eager eyes, as if they could have devoured the very bricks of which it was composed; employing themselves, meanwhile, in sucking their fingers most assiduously, with the view of catching up any stray splashes of gruel that might have been cast thereon.
28) The spire of Evian Shone under the woods that surrounded it and the range of mountain above mountain by which it was overhung.
29) His eyes, which were of bluish slate-colour, relieved his unhealthy pallor and Shone out plainly above the vivid orange tie he wore.
30) With no sensory input besides the feel of my own skin (and it ached where the image converter had Shone on it) and the ringing in my ears, it seemed like an awfully long time.