The venerable Persian gazed at her for an instant, and then clasped her to his bosom.
Of all this scene, the slumbering river has a dream-picture in its bosom.
But she bore trouble in her own bosom, and could find no peace in this chosen land.
But she stretched out her arms to him, and drew him to her bosom.
Alleyne said nothing, but his heart seemed to turn to a lump of ice in his bosom.
The trainer was a bosom friend of his; a sort of hybrid brother in friendship.
Here there could be no mistake, anyway; for had she not it in her bosom, and was it not from him?
Few could imagine from his modest exterior the latent, fire and energy which burn in his bosom.
He caught the child in his arms, pressed her to his bosom, and burst into tears.
And Proserpina came running, and flung herself upon her mother's bosom.