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  • Alighting here on an evening of clear sky, Beauchamp found an English groom ready to dismount for him and bring on his portmanteau. (10)
  • An English boarder, it appeared, would like to speak with me. (2)
  • An abstract of the will was forwarded. (10)
  • An aggressive minority, and with Cock Robin squealing for constables in the midst, is that insolent upstart thing which howls to have a lesson. (10)
  • An entire company of infantry in wagons, with a mountain howitzer and several rounds of grapeshot, was hastened to their relief. (7)
  • An impecunious fellow like that! (8)
  • An imperturbable demeanour comes from perfect patience. (2)
  • An inspector of sea worthy ships proceeds in like manner. (10)
  • An old glass, he believed in it implicitly. (8)
  • And into the bargain an hereditary princess. (10)
  • And it comes of an idle aristocracy. (10)
  • And when such an exchange has come between the two, they are past plighting, they are the wedded one. (10)
  • As I have mentioned, I have received an impression . (10)
  • Bingley, she had likewise seen for an instant, and in that short period saw him looking both pleased and embarrassed. (4)
  • Brinkley, with an effect of carelessness. (9)
  • But he, like a pretty woman, was under no obligation to contribute more than an ornamental person to the common good. (10)
  • But it was an inciting suggestion. (10)
  • But no good citizen was abroad of an autumn night in a bitter easterly wind. (8)
  • But the book had an instant success, and it has gone on from edition to edition ever since. (9)
  • But the hue refreshes, the world admires; and we know it an object of aim to the bettermost of the wealthy. (10)
  • Chump was an admirable seasoning of stateliness with kindness. (10)
  • He had been up an hour and a half, and he spoke with the severity of a hungry man. (9)
  • He had hurried back to lunch, scamping it so that he might get to his piano for an hour of forgetfulness. (8)
  • He has served her in some mysterious way; by relieving an old uncle of hers. (10)
  • He knew her voice, and it produced an effect like fever on him. (10)
  • He leaned on an elbow to listen; the slide threatened him, and he resumed his full stretch, determined to take her for a dream. (10)
  • He was impressed by the dreaminess of the face; and I must say I regard him as an interesting character. (10)
  • Her aunt Bertram had recollected her on this occasion with an unusual degree of wakefulness. (4)
  • Her overpowering beauty struck his heart, and, like an instrument that is touched and answers to the touch, he spoke. (10)
  • His enquiries, however, produced at length an account of the scene she had been engaged in there, soon after his leaving the place. (4)
  • How could she manage the most wayward when she has not an idea of ordinary men! (10)
  • I consider a country-dance as an emblem of marriage. (4)
  • I do remember an afternoon when I had him all to myself, but that was later. (2)
  • I have never pretended to impeccability, which is an admission that I may very naturally offend. (10)
  • I have not lost an hour. (10)
  • I know I shall everlastingly associate him with an abortive entertainment and solos on big instruments. (10)
  • I know innumerable cases of an old husband making a young wife happy. (10)
  • I met an orderly in hussar uniform of blue and silver, trotting on his errand. (10)
  • I turned to Eckart for an explanation. (10)
  • If he comes, let me know the good that you think will result from an interview? (10)
  • It did not look a very formidable obstacle to the march of an army of more than forty thousand men. (7)
  • It had not moved, but its eyes were now electric sparks, radiating an infinity of luminous needles. (1)
  • It is an age of stir and change, a season of new wine and old bottles. (8)
  • It might be news to him that Cavalier had surrendered, or Roland had fallen fighting with his back against an olive. (2)
  • It teaches me to see myself with an abyss in my nature full of infernal possibilities. (10)
  • It was an Italian woman by his side. (10)
  • It would, however, be an annoyance to stand constantly hand upon sword-hilt. (10)
  • Leighton sank deep into an accusing gloom when at last she found herself alone with her daughter. (9)
  • Mallard had been struck by the neat little trap of an impudent new and lower-priced journal, which had a reputation to gain. (10)
  • Men who, setting their minds upon an object, must have it, breed imps. (10)
  • My words to Karl were an exaggeration of what I know and think. (10)
  • Nay, to be an exalted variety is to come under the calm curious eye of the Comic spirit, and be probed for what you are. (10)
  • No one who makes such an insinuation against a fellow-guest in a country house, except on absolute proof, can do so without complete ostracism. (8)
  • Now they seemed very favourable, for they offered me an upward path to tread. (10)
  • Pollingray is an admirable host; he talks just enough himself and helps you to talk. (10)
  • Queer trance of an existence, which both were afraid to break. (8)
  • She lay under an awning of muslin, for fear of flies, and was awake. (8)
  • She passed into the hall; where, stood an old man with sallow face and long white whiskers. (8)
  • She was an image of peace, in the same posture on the couch where he had left her, when he returned. (10)
  • She was nowhere to be seen; for half an hour he looked for her; then on the beach flung himself face downward in the sand. (8)
  • Some time after her craving for it had commenced, an Austrian foot regiment, marching to the drum, passed under her windows. (10)
  • That quarter of an hour was the longest of her life. (8)
  • The conflagration was caused by the friction of a pig scratching itself against an angle of a wooden building. (7)
  • The long irregular jolt of the ordinary progress was reduced to an incessant shudder and a quick lateral motion. (9)
  • Then came an interval; and while orchestra and audience were resting, I asked him if he were fond of music. (8)
  • There were always circumstances, incidents, mitigations, that kept the hero still a hero, and ennobled the box into an unjust prison cell. (9)
  • There, such as were not as spotless as an angel might have the dispositions of a fiend. (4)
  • They engaged an opera-box, for the purpose of holding a consultation with him in town. (10)
  • They had never imagined such an ending. (8)
  • They placed Dahlia on a seat with care, and Edward, jumping in, drew an arm tightly about her. (10)
  • They were cutting aftermath on all sides, which gave the neighbourhood, this gusty autumn morning, an untimely smell of hay. (2)
  • They would have had an hour of bliss. (8)
  • Violetta repeated it, as to herself, tonelessly; a method of making an old unkindness strike back on its author with effect. (10)
  • Willoughby returned to his England after an absence of three years. (10)

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