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  • He was an example of the consequence! (10)
  • What is the consequence? (10)
  • And what the consequence? (10)
  • The consequence was confusion. (12)
  • He had left the country in consequence. (4)
  • He did not, but it was of no consequence. (8)
  • Bellew chucked his regiment in consequence. (8)
  • Weather becomes absolutely of no consequence. (4)
  • The Woodhouses were first in consequence there. (4)
  • The manhood of our country is kept down, in consequence. (10)
  • We see the consequence of it in this Shrapnel complication. (10)
  • In consequence, he left an invalid the sourer for his visit. (10)
  • She had only learnt to think nothing of consequence but money. (4)
  • Mrs. Corey refused the consequence, saying that it did not follow. (9)
  • Consequence was, he commanded the services of somebody pretty high. (10)
  • He has owned he is her husband: he has not disavowed the consequence. (10)
  • This universal ignorance of the inevitable consequence of sin is frightful! (10)
  • The priest who seemed of most consequence was a strange, down-looking old man. (2)
  • His words took shape now, and in consequence a little self-pity began to move. (10)
  • The consequence is, my grandest edifices fall; there is no foundation for them. (10)
  • He sent back Nesta and mademoiselle, in consequence, at the end of the Green Park. (10)
  • She in consequence declined to dance, which was the next worse thing she could do. (10)
  • An insurrectionary rising of his breast on behalf of his country was the consequence. (10)
  • The consequence is, that everything depends upon the amount of courage she possesses. (10)
  • Still, I would not have him attach too little consequence to the influence of the press. (9)
  • I am not yet certain that Reginald sees what she is about, nor is it of much consequence. (4)
  • To her it was but the natural consequence of a strong affection in a young and ardent mind. (4)
  • She felt it to be the probable consequence of her allusions to Mr. Wickham, and rejoiced in it. (4)
  • To the public, neither the vanity nor the purse of the author is of the slightest consequence. (16)
  • An admiral speaks his own consequence, and, at the same time, can never make a baronet look small. (4)
  • Nor is the literary disguise, as a rule, of such great consequence, or so difficult to penetrate. (16)
  • It may not be felt in Bath, with your nice pavements; but in the country it is of some consequence. (4)
  • To-morrow, I shall fetch her from Churchhill, and let Maria Mainwaring tremble for the consequence. (4)
  • The pleasures of the table, never of much consequence to one naturally abstemious, had lost all value. (8)
  • Though she dared not depend upon the consequence, she yet received pleasure from observing his behaviour. (4)
  • They had each had money, but their marriages had made a material difference in their degree of consequence. (4)
  • By looking eternally inward, you teach yourself to fret, and the consequence is, or will be, that you wither. (10)
  • By looking eternally inward, you teach yourself to fret, and the consequence is, or will be, that you wither. (22)
  • Now, I am well aware that I shall not be half so welcome to Mrs. Fraser in consequence of his situation with you. (4)
  • So long as he speaks truth, he does a useful work, and his motives are of no consequence to any one but himself. (16)
  • If I could suppose my aunt really to care for me, it would be delightful to feel myself of consequence to anybody. (4)
  • Insensibility to Satire, he likened to the hard-mouthed horse; which is doomed to the worser thing in consequence. (10)
  • Desperate determination pushed it along, and there was in consequence a dead stop at the head of the next sentence. (10)
  • Laws that would adequately protect the foolish from the consequence of their folly would put an end to all commerce. (7)
  • The ladies hated both the cause and the consequence, they had a revulsion from the object, of the above contention. (10)
  • It would have grieved me to lose your acquaintance, which must have been the consequence of your marrying Mr. Martin. (4)
  • But suspicion of something unpleasant is the inevitable consequence of such an alteration as we just witnessed in him. (4)
  • But the misfortune of speaking with bitterness is a most natural consequence of the prejudices I had been encouraging. (4)
  • Among those who are at all his equals in consequence, he is a very different man from what he is to the less prosperous. (4)
  • In consequence, when he again saw Lady Charlotte, his admiration of that one prized characteristic of hers paralyzed him. (10)
  • She had no demands on her father or sister, and her consequence was just enough increased by their handsome drawing-rooms. (4)
  • Mrs. Mel understands her son and his state of mind well enough not to insist, and is resigned to the melancholy consequence. (10)
  • She felt herself caught by it, even melting to feel enamoured of herself in consequence, though not loving Beauchamp the more. (10)
  • As a consequence of express injunctions given by my lady five years previously, the assistant-manager sought an interview with her. (10)
  • He kept his coffer shut; and, for a consequence, he saw the contents as an avenue of blossom leading to vistas of infinite harvest. (10)
  • Bernhardt was perversely willing to attempt the part of Hamlet, the question whether she did it well or not was of slight consequence. (9)
  • Before the termination of that space De Craye was enchanting Mrs. Mountstuart, and she in consequence was restored to her natural wit. (10)
  • In consequence of this, the monopoly was handed over by the King to two Huguenot gentlemen, William and Emery de Caen, an uncle and nephew. (19)
  • In consequence of his intellectual and social gifts, he was a new type of musician, who did much to improve the social status of the composer. (3)
  • The absence of acres was of no great consequence, for through his mother, the daughter of a banker in Vienna, he came into a well-nursed fortune. (8)
  • The very want of such equality might prevent his perception of it; but he must know that in fortune and consequence she was greatly his superior. (4)
  • Seeing her bone shining on the lawn below, with that disregard of worldly consequence which she shared with all fine characters, she leaped through. (8)
  • For weeks afterward Uncle Sam and his friend Jonathan had an incident of consequence to discuss in the queer occurrences of that morning at the inn. (18)
  • She must escape from him and Mansfield as soon as possible, and find consolation in fortune and consequence, bustle and the world, for a wounded spirit. (4)
  • As a consequence, he was rather a dull table-guest in the presence of Dr. Themison, whom their host had pricked to anticipate high entertainment from him. (10)
  • Approvers could not be found; and so perfectly organized were the secret associations, that few beyond the very ringleaders knew any thing of consequence to communicate. (6)

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