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  • As for telling him about anything, not a bit of it! (8)
  • As if reading that thought, her blue eyes seemed suddenly to search right into him. (8)
  • As it was, having almost imperceptibly become a Major-General, he had retired, taking with him his pension. (8)
  • As it was, he could only attribute it to perversity or stupidity. (9)
  • As Noel had fled from him, having uttered her news, so did he fly from her. (8)
  • As the general dashed up he rose and tranquilly saluted. (1)
  • A passion such as had overtaken her mother and himself! (8)
  • After such a discovery as this, you will scarcely affect further wonder at my meaning in bidding you adieu. (4)
  • After the bubbling in his brain had a little subsided, Evan breathed as a man on whom fresh air is blown. (10)
  • Alas, as we get up in life, and are more preoccupied with our affairs, even a holiday is a thing that must be worked for. (2)
  • And as quickly as you perceive the contrast you swallow the moral. (10)
  • Bertram, is to marry early; but at present, as far as I can judge, matrimony makes no part of his plans or thoughts. (4)
  • But now my father set my heart panting with questions as to the terrible possibility of us two ever being separated. (10)
  • But, as for your alarm, check it: and spare me further. (10)
  • By what strange right was it that she was treated as a possession? (10)
  • Corey looked as if she were not sure but the Eagle pecked. (9)
  • Crawford as some people are? (4)
  • Dashwood, from foreseeing at first as a probable event, had brought herself to expect as a certain one. (4)
  • Dennant, as Phoebe blushingly withdrew. (8)
  • Elton predominated, sometimes the Martins; and each was occasionally useful as a check to the other. (4)
  • Far asunder as the poles were those two sensations, evoked by this same motion. (8)
  • Good heaven take pity on such as thou! (10)
  • Gyp dropped her hand, as if it had been stung. (8)
  • Had she, without knowing it, got so far as this? (8)
  • He could see the one side, with the corresponding eye, at apparently the same angle as the other side with the other eye. (1)
  • He could still eat as much as two men, and drink more than one. (8)
  • He is younger than I am; younger in feeling, if not in fact; younger as a man. (4)
  • He said he never minded making a bad speech in a good cause, and he made as bad a one as very well could be. (9)
  • He said to me once that he felt as if he were going about with his heart in a kind of mist. (9)
  • He sighed, and bade me jocosely to know that he regarded tobacco as just one of the consolations of exiles and bachelors. (10)
  • He tried to punish him by separating Lottie from him, but failed as signally in that. (9)
  • Her expression was just a little vacant, it must be owned; but so far as she went she was faultless. (9)
  • His voice had as great a fascination for me as his face. (9)
  • Hughs, confronted by the questionings of Law, made only such answers as could be dragged from them. (8)
  • I could think of nothing but the darling letter, which had flashed out of sight as a rabbit pops into burrows. (10)
  • I foresee it: he will hear the scandal: he will imagine you as bad in morals as in politics. (10)
  • I may say, that honouring, esteeming you as I do, and hoping ardently for your consent . (10)
  • I studied to arrange my time and save my money, to give her as much pleasure as I could. (8)
  • In Gyp there was a feeling, as if her spirit had been suddenly emptied of excitement and delight. (8)
  • In vain Edward asked himself why he had been such an idiot as to stain his hands with the affair at all. (10)
  • Is there not such a thing as the doing of penance out of the Church, in the manly fashion? (10)
  • It does you infinite credit that you respect him as you do. (10)
  • My father kept lifting his knees on the spot as if practising a walk. (10)
  • Never was anything so intoxicating as that vivacious look. (8)
  • Never was so wonderful a scent; never such a strange feeling as they gave him. (8)
  • No two could ever swoon so utterly as that; not even a drunken sleep could be so fast. (8)
  • Nobody was in their right place, nothing was done as it ought to be. (4)
  • Of course I was not so dense as to be unable to perceive her grounds for refusing. (10)
  • On the day itself, the shops are all shut as on a Sunday; only taverns, toyshops, and other holiday magazines, keep open doors. (2)
  • One might as well be nothing as a midshipman. (4)
  • Orson admitted, as if to imply that having breakfasted some other morning might be supposed to serve the purpose. (9)
  • Our only business is to see the Company earns as much profit as it safely can. (8)
  • Pasmer, delighted that, as a Bostonian, she should be thought to care for them. (9)
  • See, my lady, the gentleman, as we call him; there he is working his gamut perpetually up to da capo. (10)
  • Seizing ink and writing paper, she began to write as if she had not time to breathe before she got her letter written. (8)
  • She came as peacemaker. (10)
  • She had no ideas, except such as related intimately to herself, and she had no gabble, like Mela; and she let him talk. (9)
  • She was grateful to the chief mourner for letting her go as she had come. (10)
  • So, the darkness closed her about; the sickly gas-lamps of the street showing her as a shrouded body. (10)
  • Such scarecrows as the streets were full of! (4)
  • Surely his soul cursed him as he sat crowned and throned in that darkness! (10)
  • That was as certain to him as that twice two makes four, although it might have been otherwise. (5)
  • The first blows of an immense grief are dull, and strike the heart through wool, as it were. (10)
  • Then as he wished and she wished, she had the will immediately, and it was all the more her own for being his as well. (10)
  • There is nobody half so attentive and civil as you are. (4)
  • There is nothing so likely to give it as standing and stooping in a hot sun; but I dare say it will be well to-morrow. (4)
  • There its course is often so very obscure; and often it seems to involve, so far as we can see, no penalty whatever. (9)
  • There was nobody to be spoken of in his company as a writer. (2)
  • There were crimson spots in her cheeks, dark circles round her eyes; she behaved, however, as though nothing had happened. (8)
  • They sat about in silence, and March fancied that the flown summer was as dreamlike to each of them as it now was to him. (9)
  • They took a sleeping-car for Frankfort and they woke early as people do in sleeping-cars everywhere. (9)
  • This quick look seemed to Lord Dennis perturbed, as if something were exciting her. (8)
  • To do him justice, he was not so foolish as to try to give her one. (8)
  • Two or three heads were half turned; such as faced him imperceptibly lifted their eyelids. (10)
  • Upon the question of his magnanimity, as well as of his courage, there could not be two opinions. (10)
  • Van Diemen shouted; he betrayed himself in his weakness as she could not have imagined him. (10)
  • We were always doing something as it was. (4)
  • What philosopher could have set down that face of sun and breeze and nymph in shadow as a point in a problem? (10)

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