mistily on the sides loomed dimly lighted canvas walls or dark hulks of logs.
But her eyes, as they met his mistily, were lit with a proud splendor.
For I mistily remembered that the Twins, before the day was over, were going to find it a very flatulent world.
Softly her eyes unclosed now, and mistily as yet their gaze dwelt upon me.
At last the ravine stopped abruptly against a sandstone barrier over which the little stream fell lazily and mistily.
The drugged Edwin himself would remember the circumstances but mistily: his evidence would be of no value against Jasper.
Barbara looked at him mistily through a film of tears and saw that he was going to ask her to marry him before she was ready.
There came a day when the metallic brilliancy went out of the sky, and it became softly, mistily blue.
And the bright eyes of the two girls at the windows above shone suddenly, mistily brighter at the sight.
From his high vantage point he looked downward at the wide panorama which stretched to the horizon, faintly and mistily blue.