Afterwards the expiation might have been accomplished in the open day, on the Place de la Concorde, in face of the Tuileries.
Under the bramble-bush they lay Betwixt the dusk and the open day.
The next moment he laughed at himself for giving even a thought to such nonsense, and stepped forth once more into the open day.
My Isidora has desired my presence, And strange, admits me in the open day.
But she could not fill her days with anxieties and suspicions, and she turned to Louis Akers as a flower to the open day.
He was a strange visitant to the open day, between the green hedges, beneath the enormous branching of the elms.
It is worth relating for its boldness; for it was in the open day, when all eyes were upon them.
In crusading Spain he had not ventured to practise his creed in the open day, and thus escaped more easily.
Now these stolen visits are sweeter, perhaps, and more efficacious, than if they took place in freedom and the open day.
I have acted boldly, in the open day, in the presence of the magistracy: there lias been nothing secret or concealed.