"And Amelia," whispered the girl, drawing the old face down to her.
When I came back” (the old face shadowed again) “she was gone.
She held up her face to the sky—an old face, with so many lines in it, suddenly smitten as with a death-blow.
Then, bit by bit, the face of freedom hardens, and by and by it is the old face of tyranny.
But the sudden flash of joy in her old face was over in an instant.
Elsie slipped by him and knelt by the bed, looking into the white, old face on the pillow.
Swithin reddened, a resemblance to a turkey-cock coming upon his old face.
Her dear old face looked more mellow and peaceful than before.
He is a diminutive boy, with an old face and facetious manner wholly beyond his years.
She turned upon him an old face spoiled by the memories of the moment.