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  • She stamped: her aspect spat. (10)
  • Everything wore a happier aspect. (4)
  • Pole wore an aspect of distress. (10)
  • Freshness was not absent from her aspect. (10)
  • His voice and aspect were quite friendly. (10)
  • She saw it ingenious and of natural aspect. (10)
  • The spot is breezy and agreeable both in name and aspect. (2)
  • To the younger generation, journalism presents another aspect. (16)
  • Nothing other, the beau, by his aspect, was constrained to admit. (10)
  • Vittoria felt that she must necessarily wear that aspect to them. (10)
  • He doated on the diverse aspect of the gallant woman of the world. (10)
  • Contemplate your hideous aspect on issuing from that black baptism! (10)
  • Diana clapped hands; and her aspect of enthusiasm was intoxicating. (10)
  • For them was no meaning too blunt, Nor aspect too cutting of steel. (10)
  • The mysterious words completely changed the aspect of Mr. John Raikes. (10)
  • Mrs. Mandel bent forward with an aspect of ladylike interest and smiled. (9)
  • She was very angry with Mr. Barrett for wearing that absurdly pale aspect. (10)
  • And as he thus expatiated, he grew in nobility of aspect with his enthusiasm. (2)
  • An aspect of sweet human languor caught at the heart of love, and raised tumults. (10)
  • He sneered at the aristocracy, but, beholding a policeman, became stolid of aspect. (22)
  • The aspect of her weakness was unrelieved, and frightened her back to her loathing. (10)
  • At least the affair went so deep that it estranged the aspect of his familiar studio. (9)
  • De Craye remembered the occurrence in the Hall at night, and her aspect of distress. (10)
  • So it is good at all points to prophecy with the aspect of the radiant day foretold. (10)
  • He refused to be as a particle in space floating airily before her invincible aspect. (10)
  • The still aspect of the house on the shining May afternoon was otherwise undisturbed. (10)
  • The still aspect of the house on the shining May afternoon was otherwise undisturbed. (22)
  • But we are in an unenviable situation, and life is not showing us an admirable aspect. (12)
  • He shook himself, and assumed a bearish aspect, significant of disgust and recklessness. (10)
  • Nothing is more enviable, nothing richer to the mind, than the aspect of a cheerful poverty. (10)
  • She really had the heroical aspect in a grandiose-grotesque, fitted to some lines of Ariosto. (10)
  • There was something deliciously soothing and haven-like to him in the aspect of her calmness. (10)
  • A gentlemanly humility, or demureness of aspect, when seen, would, he hoped, disarm his enemy. (10)
  • As to how the war was faring, or what the aspect of affairs might be, they absolutely knew nothing. (6)
  • The woman tended them in the same unswerving silence, and at whiles that adorable maternity of aspect. (10)
  • An aspect of penitence she had not demanded, but the silly gabbier under a stigma she could not pardon. (10)
  • The Covenanting side of his nature appeared in his study of the moral aspect of Burns; his feet of clay. (2)
  • All of them had the aspect of the national energy which has vanquished obstacles to subside on its ideal. (10)
  • It had a most favourable aspect; and, for half a minute, Emma felt the glory of having schemed successfully. (4)
  • She had decision, and a worthy bearing, and a marvellously blooming aspect, and a brain that worked withal. (10)
  • Her aspect suggested the repose of a winter landscape, enjoyable in pictures, or on skates, otherwise nipping. (10)
  • She wore an aspect of the confident fortress, which neither challenges nor cries to treat, but commands respect. (10)
  • It stands on the spur of a lower central eminence crowned by a grey castle, and the sun has it from every aspect. (10)
  • Though it was practically annoying that she should be sad, the hue and spirit of sadness came home to her aspect. (22)
  • The proud and injured gentleman had the aspect of one who receives a blow that it is impossible for him to resent. (10)
  • This would change the aspect of things entirely, for they are naturally the strongest magnets that draw me homewards. (14)
  • Through all outward aspect, or cover, of things pierced their inner being, from which one could not escape by illusion. (13)
  • The question, even in its political aspect, is one which goes to the very foundation of our theories and our institutions. (14)
  • Undoubtedly the town was of an ignoble aspect; and it was declining in prosperity; and it was consequently over-populated. (10)
  • Mrs. Ferrars was a little, thin woman, upright, even to formality, in her figure, and serious, even to sourness, in her aspect. (4)
  • Beyond calling her by her Christian name, he did nothing to distress her with the broad aspect of their new relations together. (10)
  • Neither hot nor cold, the whole aspect of the dinner-table resisted and repelled the gaze, and made no pretensions to allure it. (22)
  • On reaching the house, they were shown through the hall into the saloon, whose northern aspect rendered it delightful for summer. (4)
  • Again, meditative people will find a charm in a certain consonancy between the aspect of the city and its odd and stirring history. (2)
  • Every day was so full of delight and pleasure that it seemed rank ingratitude to think of the morrow except under the same aspect. (12)
  • The thought of that possibility gave it an aspect of retribution, under which her cry of innocence was insufferable in its feebleness. (10)
  • Unquestionably the most serious aspect of the influence of sensational and yellow journalism is the distorted view of life thus given. (16)
  • Julia Anderson was gone with mystifying precipitation, and Alice Pasmer had come with an unexpectedness which had the aspect of fatality. (9)
  • His relict did not care to converse about the dead, save in their practical aspect as ghosts; but she listened, and that passed the time. (10)
  • Content that her aspect should be seemly, she ran down the stairs, unfastened the bolts, and without hesitation closed the door behind her. (10)
  • Happily for him, philosophy, in the present instance, after a round of profundities, turned her lantern upon the comic aspect of his errand. (10)
  • No ethical aspect of the matter troubled him; the attainment of a married woman, not living with her husband, did not impinge upon his creed. (8)
  • Her mask of ingenuousness was flung away for a look of craft, which could be power; and with her changed aspect his tolerance changed to hatred. (10)
  • So extreme was her dread of Mrs. Warwick, that she drove from the London railway station to see Constance and be reassured by her tranquil aspect. (10)
  • The aspect of this square, like the excellent cooking of the hotel and the architecture of the imperial capital, suggested the superior civilization of Paris. (9)
  • But whereas, there the matter was confined to its electioneering aspect, here that aspect was already perceived to be only the fringe of its importance. (8)

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