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  • I have an idea. (13)
  • He had no idea of me. (4)
  • I had an idea of it. (10)
  • The idea was attractive. (8)
  • But this was a vain idea. (4)
  • I have divined your idea. (10)
  • An idea occurred to Shelton. (8)
  • The idea had never struck him. (8)
  • Do not distress me by the idea. (4)
  • He has his own idea of things. (22)
  • The very idea was ghastly, futile! (8)
  • Your idea of the ponies is delightful. (4)
  • He delivered the tap, amused by the idea. (10)
  • I know what her idea of young fellows is. (22)
  • Patrick stopped: the idea demanded a scrutiny. (10)
  • He cannot bear the idea of not being Sir William. (4)
  • William and Fanny were horror-struck at the idea. (4)
  • The idea of her devotedness flattered her feebleness. (10)
  • To rescue her, or to drown with her was his sole idea. (5)
  • Whether it was his own idea you know, one cannot tell. (4)
  • That was the idea printed simply on his understanding. (22)
  • The more he reflected on the idea, the more he liked it. (8)
  • Dull, and suddenly staring awake to the idea of his honour. (10)
  • He had the idea, but it floated vague, elusive, in his brain. (9)
  • He was only a nuisance when he interfered with her fixed idea. (8)
  • She looked almost aghast under the new idea she was receiving. (4)
  • But the institutional, representative idea is now most telling. (16)
  • The farmer commenced his usual process of sitting upon the idea. (10)
  • His conception did not embrace the idea of a dinner lacking wine. (22)
  • And the horrid idea was strengthened by his reverence for marriage. (8)
  • I declare on my honour I had no idea why, and I did not agree to it. (10)
  • But was it possible to associate the idea of madness with Mr. Radnor? (10)
  • He had had no idea that his uncle was worth anything like that amount. (13)
  • The novelty of the idea of its not being love arrested her imagination. (10)
  • He watched her with this idea; but he could hardly tell with what success. (4)
  • The idea of his being a puppet fixed for derision was madly distempering. (10)
  • For, having always been so well fed, the idea of starvation was attractive. (8)
  • Such seems also to have been the idea of the nations in the north of Europe. (3)
  • But who has much that has given up his brains for a lodging to a single idea? (10)
  • A dim form of that very idea had passed through Rose, giving her small comfort. (10)
  • The idea is pretty, anyway; but is there any need for an idea at all? (8)
  • Had not my father succeeded in inspiring the idea that I was something more than something? (10)
  • Words cannot convey any idea of the torrent of contending emotions under which I perused this letter. (6)
  • Winter is hen-mother to the idea of love in schools, if the idea has fairly entered. (10)
  • The idea of my dwelling in the kitchen seemed to be a serious consideration with Mrs. Martha likewise. (10)
  • It was lucky she and Bosinney got on; she seemed to be falling into line with the idea of the new house. (8)
  • With this idea in view he got into the smoking car with Lane, and the two men talked all the way to town. (13)
  • He entirely trusted to her discretion; the idea of a young Irish secretary was rather comical, nevertheless. (10)
  • She does not like the idea of leaving me, and my experience tells me I could not live in the house with you. (10)
  • I have now no idea what they did in it, but as the story never came to a conclusion it does not greatly matter. (9)
  • Where the chances of detection were so numerous, Mr. Goren saw much to condemn in the idea of such a marriage. (10)
  • With this idea uppermost, I walked out into the court-yard to look for a commissionaire to guide me in my search. (6)
  • She looked instinctively at Lady Russell; but not from any mad idea of her recognising him so soon as she did herself. (4)
  • The idea of his being in a position that suggested his doing so, thrilled him with fits of rage; and it appalled him. (10)
  • He discovered therefore one morning that an idea had come to him for making a series of watercolour drawings of London. (8)
  • And in order to compliment a venerable dame on her pure friendship for a gentleman, it was imperative to reject the idea. (10)
  • I said nothing of my chagrin at the behaviour of the pair who had furnished my first idea of the romantic beauty of love. (10)
  • He flourished his lighted candle and went to bed, manifestly solaced by the idea that he was the victim of his own feelings. (10)
  • For, what is Style in its true and broadest sense save fidelity to idea and mood, and perfect balance in the clothing of them? (8)
  • The idea of searching for anything which would incriminate, and entitle him to hold a menace over her, did not even come to him. (8)
  • An idea possessed him that the triumph of the Italians meant the release of Ammiani, and his release the loss of Vittoria for ever. (10)
  • A few statistics will give an idea of the effect on English trade of the improvements to navigation brought about by the commission. (20)
  • He turned from the idea with instinctive repugnance, and an honest feeling of contempt for the men who in that way had sneaked into fortune. (13)
  • This young lady had restless brilliant eyes, and a contraction about the forehead which gave one the idea of a creature suffering perpetual headache. (10)
  • Most of doubtful causes in contest are open to Comic interpretation, and any intellectual pleading of a doubtful cause contains germs of an Idea of Comedy. (10)
  • So the constant iteration of any idea in a daily newspaper will presently capture public attention, whether the idea be good or bad, sensible or foolish. (16)

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