The whole place was immaculately clean, and the big, four-posted bed, snow-white, invited one to repose.
She was not much given to reclining in the hammock, and when she did so it was with no cat-like suggestion of voluptuous ease, but with a beneficent repose which seemed to invade her whole body.
"Of whom—of what are you thinking?" asked Adele of her companion, whose countenance she had been watching with a little amused attention, arrested by the absorbed expression which seemed to have seized and fixed every feature into a statuesque repose.
There was no moment of deliberation, no interval of repose between the thought and its fulfillment.
Late in the afternoon she sought refuge with Mademoiselle Reisz, and stayed there alone, waiting for her, feeling a kind of repose invade her with the very atmosphere of the shabby, unpretentious little room.
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She was reposing on the couch
Good night, good night! as sweet repose and rest Come to thy heart as that within my breast!