But she hits the mark more than she misses, e.g., a debauched rock star is described as looking like “a Pierrot gone bad.”
Edward mounted first and Pierrot last, having stopped to answer some questions of the host.
"That is the delusion proper to Pierrot," said Pantaloon, contemptuously.
Poor Pierrot had been tossed as high as a rocket, and apparently was not expected down again in time for the performance to-day.
The whole company, pressing after Pierrot, abandoned itself to laughter.
The depths of Pierrot's faith shamed him, and he crawled silently between the blankets and turned his face to the wall.
Violently he shook off the restraining hand of Pierrot who sat on his left.
She ended by opening it, and Pierrot, concealed in it, seized her hand and would not let go.
After a tedious hour of expectation, Pierrot made his appearance.
At dawn the prison door was opened and three masked men led Pierrot out through the courtyard into the garden.