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  • Alarmed, but not discouraged, she tried it another way; a bolt flew, and she believed herself successful; but how strangely mysterious! (4)
  • And how are you, sir? (8)
  • And how singularly strange that it should fall to her lot to discover it! (4)
  • And yet how small were these troubles around him compared with what he himself was suffering! (10)
  • As to how the war was faring, or what the aspect of affairs might be, they absolutely knew nothing. (6)
  • At thirty-one or thirty-two he is ripe for his command, because he knows how to bend. (10)
  • Besides, how could he go? (8)
  • But how can you understand? (10)
  • But how is it possible to keep the Commandments if you have a vexatious wife? (10)
  • But, Anne, only conceive how extraordinary! (4)
  • Considering how few days back, his temper was roused, but he controlled it. (10)
  • Do you know how the look of sunlight on a land calms one? (10)
  • Do you recollect how you tried to teach me to fence? (9)
  • Fanny acknowledged her wishes and doubts on this point: she did not know how either to wear the cross, or to refrain from wearing it. (4)
  • He asked me once a great while ago; but you know how those things are. (9)
  • He said, Certainly; but after a glance at the account he smiled and said he supposed I knew how much the sum was? (9)
  • He thought how tenderly he loved his mother. (9)
  • Her aunt asked her, smilingly, how she liked it. (4)
  • Her heart was devoid of any emptiness or ache; she only felt how pleasant and cool and tranquil it was to lie there alone. (8)
  • How angry and how diverted he would be! (4)
  • How are your absent cousins to understand the tenour of your life in Bath without one? (4)
  • How blind they are, and how they follow their leader! (8)
  • How by vengeful prickings cure the deep wound, disperse the canker in her life? (8)
  • How can you stick this? (8)
  • How could I keep it from him? (9)
  • How could it ever be ascertained that his mind was truly cleansed? (4)
  • How could she display what she was? (10)
  • How could she help to investigate the cause of an explosion so considerate to them? (10)
  • How dared he believe what she told him in my disfavour! (4)
  • How did he learn to read at any moment right to the soul of a woman? (10)
  • How did she accomplish this miracle of commanding respect after such a string of somersaults before the London world? (10)
  • How did you discover it? (10)
  • How did you manage it? (10)
  • How does one find out about people? (8)
  • How gallantly he would have rushed to the assault, and taken her by storm! (8)
  • How good he has always been to me; it is terrible that love should pull one apart so. (8)
  • How great was her disappointment! (4)
  • How hateful ugly people were! (8)
  • How long they stood there without speaking he knew not. (8)
  • How old was she, with her brown limbs, and her gleaming, slanting eyes? (8)
  • How she managed to show no sign she never knew! (8)
  • How the long stage would pass; how it was to affect their manners; what was to be their sort of intercourse, she could not foresee. (4)
  • How they seem as if they would never end! (10)
  • How would it all be? (4)
  • However, happily, he continued to think of Hyde and Jekyll, yet knew not how to manage them. (2)
  • I begin to see how it is Miss Middleton takes to you so. (10)
  • I could not comprehend how. (4)
  • I do not know quite how to express my sense of something unworldly, of something almost womanlike in his relation to money. (9)
  • I have learnt how dear you and your family should be to me. (10)
  • I only wonder how the good people can keep it up so long. (4)
  • I shall now know how to act. (4)
  • I wish I could conjecture how soon I shall make this rivet quite firm. (4)
  • It shows how we know ourselves! (10)
  • Jackman knows better than Ellis how to manage the roses this year. (8)
  • Lizzy, my dear, run down to your father, and ask him how much he will give her. (4)
  • Looking round, how ineffectual they appeared! (10)
  • Lord, how ashamed I should be of not being married before three-and-twenty! (4)
  • Now, if only we were born old and grew younger year by year, we should understand how things happen, and drop all our cursed intolerance. (8)
  • Only by a look which I knew how to read did he betray his sense of the criminal blunder. (7)
  • Read only the first act aloud to either your mother or aunt, and see how you can approve it. (4)
  • She left Victor uncomfortably rufed: and how? (10)
  • She was under my eyes the night she heard of his marriage: I saw how she will look at seventy! (10)
  • Sometimes how quick to feel! (4)
  • The grin that goes for a laugh among gipsies followed my question of how Kiomi had managed to smuggle me. (10)
  • There you might read how the wood-cutter gloried in his axe, and the gardener scorned to be ashamed of his spade. (2)
  • These were my first thoughts, as she entered; how they were followed, I cannot say. (6)
  • They shook hands, and each asked the other how he was, and then they seemed to have done with each other. (9)
  • They understood perfectly well, they told me, how Monsieur envied them. (2)
  • This did not offend me; it amused me; I fancied his confusion if he could suddenly know how helplessly and irreparably honest I was. (9)
  • Where the heart is really attached, I know very well how little one can be pleased with the attention of anybody else. (4)
  • You do not know how much we have been suffering, nor what chills we have felt! (4)
  • You know how I detest it, unless I am particularly acquainted with my partner. (4)
  • You know how you wound me. (10)
  • You may well wonder how I contrive to pass my time here, and for the first week it was insufferably dull. (4)
  • You would have understood better just how it was, and it might even have made you fonder of him. (9)
  • You young Ladies who cannot often ride in a Carriage never mind what weather you trudge in, or how the wind shews your legs. (4)

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