’In our walk along the moor: you told me to ramble where I pleased, while you sauntered on with Mr. Heathcliff?’
It’s surely no great cause of alarm that Heathcliff should take a moonlight saunter on the moors, or even lie too sulky to speak to us in the hay-loft.
Mr. Linton was not far behind; he opened the gate himself and sauntered slowly up, probably enjoying the lovely afternoon that breathed as soft as summer.
Having uttered these words he left the house, slowly sauntered down the garden path, and disappeared through the gate.
’No,’ she repeated, and continued sauntering on, pausing at intervals to muse over a bit of moss, or a tuft of blanched grass, or a fungus spreading its bright orange among the heaps of brown foliage; and, ever and anon, her hand was lifted to her averted face.
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It was pleasant to saunter lazily through the park.