Between the "wondering" and the noun there had been an observable pause.
The transitive verb has no subject; the noun nothing to govern it.
Third, the ablative form of a noun signifying a portion of the body.
A restrictive clause is not separated by a comma from the noun.
The form of the adverb, as well as of the adjective and the noun, is ill.
After all, I was only twenty-eight; the noun I had chosen was—girl.
The noun is related to the Greek verb enduein, 'to put on, as a garment.'
The only difference is that in the French of the Symbolist it precedes the noun.
Don't use a noun and then an adjective that crosses out the noun.
Eternal is an awful word, even when the noun that goes with it is blessedness.