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  • A large part of the passengers were still there, seated or standing about in earnest colloquy. (9)
  • A shadow was over the house, and the inhabitants moved about their domestic occupations silent as things that feel the thunder-cloud. (10)
  • About that right-of-way case? (8)
  • After putting the corners of her apron to her eyes, Berry bustled humbly about the packing. (10)
  • An indescribable cheerfulness breathes about the city; and the well-fed heart sits lightly and beats gaily in the bosom. (2)
  • And he chaffed Lord Malvezin about his wife. (8)
  • And he, too, went about his work with the nightmare thought that he had to break the news to her that evening. (8)
  • And she cared less about the probation; but she craved for liberty. (10)
  • And the young man seemed quite delirious about her. (8)
  • And yet, here was this man about to be hung for a thing he had not done! (8)
  • But I say, what about your people? (8)
  • But he was about to give it up and come to America, where he said Barnum had offered him an engagement. (9)
  • But see what quaint creatures we have about us! (10)
  • But what about catching it? (8)
  • But what were the Fates about when they planted a man of the ability of Tom Redworth in a Government office! (10)
  • Clara was pleased, and said to Stanley, while dressing, that almost every shade of opinion about the land was represented this week-end. (8)
  • Dennant had not replied to his remark about the rain. (8)
  • From marks about the throat grave suspicions of foul play are entertained. (8)
  • Got too excited about your coming. (8)
  • He began to hope wildly that this rumour about the horse was a falsity, for there was no commotion, no one declaiming. (10)
  • He came out in about half an hour, and, joining Bosinney, started for the station. (8)
  • He is sometimes so naughty about writing. (8)
  • He peers about on all sides, and listens for a moment before he speaks. (9)
  • He sat down for a few moments, and then getting up, walked about the room. (4)
  • He seemed just about as much struck up on me. (9)
  • He was about to refuse, but he checked his voice and hummed. (10)
  • He who sets deliberately about modifying nature, shows that he has not felt her beauty, and therefore cannot make others feel it. (9)
  • His messenger would reach her house at about four of the afternoon. (10)
  • His whole nature cried out for Champagne, and now he burst away from that devilish circle, looking about for Lord Suckling and a hamper. (10)
  • How about a theatre? (8)
  • I can satisfy you, perhaps, on points which you would little expect; and as to his marriage, I knew all about it at the time. (4)
  • I fancy that at forty I am about as young as most young men. (10)
  • I feel just as you do about it. (9)
  • I have heard nothing about it yet from my aunt. (4)
  • I have now little notion what it was about, but I love its memory. (9)
  • I kept hearing her laugh, a noise too as if she were dragging things about the room. (8)
  • I quite feel with you about it. (9)
  • I should like to hear what your wife says about it. (8)
  • I was wrong about those things. (9)
  • If Clara did not love the man to whom she was betrothed, sighing about it signified what? (10)
  • If he is a minister he must have thought about all kinds of things. (9)
  • Imagine now, if a handsome young woman were known to be admired rather more than enough by a good-looking gentleman near about her own age. (10)
  • Jonathan shook his hand heartily, without troubling himself about any inquiries. (10)
  • Justice Harley: and the only thing remarkable about them was that they were mothers of sons of some distinction. (10)
  • Lavender was about to utter a protest when he reflected that all public men had doctors. (8)
  • Most of them had field-glasses slung round them, and cameras were dotted here and there about the room. (8)
  • Now I travels about. (10)
  • Prince Marko did what he could to please her; he knew something of the rumours about Alvan and the baroness. (10)
  • Romfrey anxious about our navy. (10)
  • She kept away from that lest the birds should come fluttering about her, and betray her by cooing. (8)
  • She turned, and, advancing a few steps, tottered and seemed about to fall. (9)
  • She was all impatience to see the house, and had scarcely any curiosity about the grounds. (4)
  • She was standing quite still, biting her lip-very pretty, with her fine, dark hair blown loose about her face, and her eyes cast down. (8)
  • She will rule him through her love of him, and through him all about her. (10)
  • Since, however, I chose to excuse it, they said they would say nothing more about her, and she was turned face to the wall. (10)
  • Stone had already seen the water where he was about to bathe, and would now see nothing else, Hilary stopped beside a little lonely birch-tree. (8)
  • Talk with him about anything that interests you. (9)
  • The Emperor, as I am given to understand, is about to make public admission of my services. (10)
  • The simple fools, performing in character, were a neutral people, grotesques and arabesques wreathed about the margins of the scene. (10)
  • Then March, remorsefully remembered the Eltwins, and looked about for them, so that his son might get them an inspector too. (9)
  • There was a deadness about the rooms and passages that told of her absence. (10)
  • There was never any mistake about the Oise, as a matter of fact. (2)
  • There was no additional strangulation; the noose about his neck was already suffocating him and kept the water from his lungs. (1)
  • They knew they would stand by each other in scrapes, but there was no need to talk about it. (8)
  • This stupid Rip thinks I went to the doctor about myself. (10)
  • Was there something fatal about her that must destroy the men she had to do with? (8)
  • What about waves runnin? (9)
  • What more natural than that he should grope about to see how this could be? (8)
  • What would her feeling be about her dead mother? (8)
  • Whitecoats in all attitudes leaned about the door; she beheld the inner court full of them. (10)
  • You know all about it, for you brought it. (10)
  • You know nothing about it. (8)
  • You will be silent about it, I need not say. (10)
  • You will have nothing to fear, or to be agitated about. (4)

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