His gait was strange, a wiggly wobble down the hall. • The semblance of the old man in the black cloak was terrifying. • We asked the parson at our church to marry us. • He was very perturbed by his sister’s loud voice. • The wise, old judge had a venerablelook about him. • It was hard to say “No” to the puppy’s sad countenance. • The preacher gave a wonderful oratory at her funeral.
The five-year old auditors listened very well to the speaker. • He would fain go to the football game. He had always wanted free tickets. • She had a strong pathos that made you just want to give her a hug. • The girl’s dress was a bit ostentatious, even by prom standards. • The sagacious, elderly lady always gave great advice. • His grandfather’s hoary head was extremely white. • He was wont to going to church every Sunday.
His decision to buy a pet giraffe was considered a vagaryby his neighbors. • Her muslin shawl hung loosely around her shoulders. • The celestial beings in my dreams are bright, have wings, and speak softly. • The gray clouds portend a thunderstorm. • The very amiable boy spoke to everyone he passed. • His father’s remonstrance of him made him rethink his recent decisions.