Like a sentinel on that solitary plain it overwhelms me with a sense of mystery.
After that, we were allowed to come on deck singly, only, and then under a sentinel's charge.
Neither of the lads so much as glanced at the sentinel as they strolled past him.
He did not care, now, if he were halted by a British picket or sentinel.
This would be difficult, for the reason that there was a sentinel on the deck.
She had only one sentinel on the outpost of her spirit, and that was the sense of touch and feeling.
Each of us is a soldier, and no sentinel ought to kill himself at his post.
"Have a care of the sentinel on the hill-top," Sakr-el-Bahr admonished him, provoking a titter.
When it was Flavia's turn Luigi used to laugh and say the sentinel was changed.
At the head of the stairs leading to the deck he found a sentinel.