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  • A sudden seizure of a different nature from any thing foreboded by her general state, had carried her off after a short struggle. (4)
  • A writer who is not servile and has insight, must coin from his own mint. (10)
  • Adister drove him to the station in the early morning, and gave him a single nod from the phaeton-box for a good-bye. (10)
  • An omnibus passed, obscuring her view; then, from the edge of the pavement, through a gap in the traffic, she saw him walking on. (8)
  • And in the growing darkness, jolted by the swinging of the carriage, he suffered tortures from his prudence, tortures from his passion. (8)
  • And it did seem hard to her that she should have to tell Richard she shrank from any trial. (10)
  • And slowly he stripped the skin from the banana with which he always commenced breakfast. (8)
  • And yet from that first evening, he was hers, she his. (8)
  • At first he was rather startled, for he had inherited superstitious emotions from his mother, and the road was lone, the moon full. (10)
  • Berry to study, and really excellent Aphorisms sprang from the plain human bases this natural couple presented. (10)
  • But of his minuter propensities, as you call them you have from peculiar circumstances been kept more ignorant than myself. (4)
  • Carinthia Jane received the summons without transmission of the letter from her uncle on the morning of the twelfth. (10)
  • Carlo feared to provoke, revolted from the thought of slaying him. (10)
  • Certainly it is the best philosophy youth can pretend to practise; and Lord Ormont kept him from it! (10)
  • Chillon arrived from England to see the common grave of both his parents. (10)
  • Decie rose from her chair languidly. (8)
  • Had it risen from the earth? (10)
  • Harry was compelled to fly from her cruel shafts. (10)
  • He did not speak of their conversation to Victor, but counselled him to keep her from excitement. (10)
  • He dropped from no height; he stood on a level with the blow. (10)
  • He ought not to be melancholy like this and let anything prevent the sea from doing him good. (8)
  • He seemed to jib away from his friends. (8)
  • He told me he had got it on the train from Chicago to see if it had his poem in it. (9)
  • He waited from the hour of six till the hour of seven. (10)
  • He was suffering from disappointment and regret, grieving over what was, and wishing for what could never be. (4)
  • Her error was in arguing their attitude from her own temperament, and endowing them, for the purposes of argument, with her perspective. (9)
  • Her gaze, free and friendly, passed from bough to bough. (8)
  • Her voice from its deepest fall had risen to a cry. (10)
  • Her voice sprang up from tears. (10)
  • Hilary turned suddenly, took a book up from the writing-table, and opened it. (8)
  • His cab stopped in front of a small house of that peculiar buff colour which implies a long immunity from paint. (8)
  • His wife kept her veil down and her face turned from him. (9)
  • However, the business is to keep our buttercup duchess from that same point. (10)
  • I inherit from him, and have been wry-eyed ever since. (10)
  • I may say, that as I recede from them, I dwell on them the more. (10)
  • I once saw Henry the Eighth acted, or I have heard of it from somebody who did, I am not certain which. (4)
  • I should like to add that before deserting from the Federal service I had earnestly asked a discharge, on the ground of altered convictions. (1)
  • I understood from your mother that you and she were on good terms. (8)
  • I walked down to the Chambers where Temple was reading Law, for a refuge from these annoyances. (10)
  • It has always been my, belief that a man must neither beg anything of a woman, nor force anything from her. (8)
  • It seems to us that people will judge us from what we think and feel. (9)
  • It was certainly good to be away from this lady, and better still to sit down to an excellent dinner in the inn. (2)
  • It would not move: her bloodless fingers fell from it. (10)
  • Its gold path canted slowly from her, then, as by magic, vanished. (8)
  • Kitty was the only one who shed tears; but she did weep from vexation and envy. (4)
  • Lavender, taking his hand from the acacia branch to silence them, fell off the wall into the garden. (8)
  • Merritt rose from the edge of the piazza. (9)
  • Miss Milray went from Clementina to call upon her sister-in-law, and found her brother, which was perhaps what she hoped might happen. (9)
  • On their lips our continental English will differ more and more from the insular English, and I believe that this is not deplorable, but desirable. (9)
  • Our criticism is disabled by the unwillingness of the critic to learn from an author, and his readiness to mistrust him. (9)
  • Plain sense, as from gentlemen to gentlemen. (10)
  • Roberts turns from the window, and runs to the portiere, through which she puts her head. (9)
  • She did from the first. (9)
  • She is easily prejudiced when she is a trifle jealous, and you may hear from her that he rambles, talks wildly. (10)
  • She wished she might be able to keep him from an absolute declaration. (4)
  • Solitude enfeebles and palsies, and it is as comrades and brothers that men must save the world from itself, rather than themselves from the world. (9)
  • Some men came from a house behind me. (8)
  • Still Emilia kept her distressfully unenthusiastic looks turned from one to the other, though her Italy was the theme. (10)
  • Suddenly, as though drawn by invisible hands, they, too, stepped over the railing, and, silent as shadows, were gone from the light. (8)
  • The fish then dived under, George plunged after it into the pool, and followed the shimmering light that emanated from his scaly guide. (5)
  • They were waving to him from the bottom! (8)
  • Those two young things were safe now from penury-safe! (8)
  • Those who had held aloof from the young couple in their happy hours now drew near in their misfortune. (5)
  • To her a yacht is a thing dropped from the moon. (10)
  • To-morrow, I shall fetch her from Churchhill, and let Maria Mainwaring tremble for the consequence. (4)
  • Vision of Spring, of all that was gone from her for ever! (8)
  • We both saw from this that more was to come. (10)
  • We will buy it from you. (8)
  • What have you been judging from? (4)
  • When she had paid the bill, and Hilary had taken from her a large brown-paper parcel, they journeyed on together. (8)
  • Where could it come from? (8)
  • Where one single nook of shelter and escape from them! (10)
  • Why should she withhold from him a thing so easily given? (10)
  • Working from heat to heat the article finished in a glorious outburst with a passionate appeal to the country to starve all German prisoners. (8)

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