In "the haste of the workers, the feeling for form itself, the ear and eye for the melody of movements are [. . .] perishing."
She went through the parade to Romfrey Castle and back, and she must have been perishing at heart.
Well, pray keep up a good fire, for it is a perishing night.
When the sailors expressed their apprehensions of perishing, the king asked if they were afraid to die in his company?
In short, romance is perishing from the sea with the universal invasion of steam.
Because I am perishing with cold and desire, and intend warming myself in your bed.
We were surrounded with water, yet perishing 136 with thirst!
He was one of the first to take up the cause of the perishing heathen.
It is perishing for want of love; and by a little suffering I might be able to help Him.
When he had recovered his senses, Xavier demanded of him, what thoughts he had, when he was at the point of perishing?