lisle reflected rapidly as he followed up the crevasse, which showed no sign of narrowing.
Really, Mr. lisle, I am truly distressed, and offer you a thousand apologies.
Having nothing to do that day, lisle strolled about the town.
"You will not enter the house again," said Mrs. lisle to the proved culprit.
lisle was still asleep or unconscious, but the natural color in his face was reassuring.
"Kizzie, stop that acting, and get up from there," commanded Mrs. lisle.
lisle sat silent a few minutes, conscious of a strong satisfaction.
What added to Mrs. lisle's bitterness was the conduct of her son.
Stopping when he was hidden from the camp among the rocks lisle turned savagely to his companion.
Mr. lisle's first letter to his son, to which we have referred, was not his last.
1851, from French Lisle, earlier spelling of Lille, cith in northwest France where the thread was made; the name is apparently originally l'isle "the island," referring to its location.