But the thought which had dimly haunted him that day blossomed on this evening.
We felt, dimly, as if we had had a "warning," and did not yet know how to profit by it.
Dimly I gathered that she had stumbled, and he had saved her from falling.
Dimly it passed through my mind that she had been profiting by her lessons lately.
He was dimly conscious of a dark object hurtling through the air.
The figure that he had seen so dimly, rose, and came slowly down.
Who knows that he was not dimly aware of his own inferiority, and thus feared to venture?
Yet she dimly remembered that her mother had asked her to give him some message.
Dimly as she passed below I could see how old she was, how worn and battered by the waves.
Dimly he saw it—saw this one and the others that must have been hidden in the sand.