Now it framed a face of youth and beauty with peculiar pathos.
He was tall and gaunt, and his deeply graven face was framed by grizzled hair.
A treaty was framed, and at first rejected by the United States Senate.
There was a doll for Lucy and a framed photograph of my mother for me—and for Mr. Marsh a Bible.
The windows were small, framed, and set deep in the ponderous walls.
Him and Engle framed on Curry till they were black in the face, and what did it get 'em?
In the middle of it stood a photograph of a girl, framed in red leather.
Citizens, we shall say to them in our tale, you are brothers, yet God has framed you differently.
Will he not think that heaven and the things in heaven are framed by the Creator of them in the most perfect manner?
The time at which such a theory could be framed had not yet arrived.