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- An Irishman of real ability, he had started life with high ideals and a belief that he could live with them. (8)
- He lost himself in fancies about her and her ideals, necessarily sordid, of her possibilities of suffering, of the triumphs and disappointments before her. (9)
- His ideals had left him, one by one; he now lived alone, immune from dignity and shame, soothing himself with whisky. (8)
- His Church stood bankrupt of ideals. (8)
- I know where ideals lead. (8)
- March was one of those wives who exact a more rigid adherence to their ideals from their husbands than from themselves. (9)
- Pendyce would have scouted the notion of an ending to ideals having their basis in the hereditary principle. (8)
- She lifted him to one of his ideals of himself. (10)
- The ideals remain, and these alone you can go back to, secure of finding them the same, to-day and to-morrow, that they were yesterday. (9)
- The other listened restively like a man whose ideals are disturbed. (9)
- They have not your ideals to sustain them. (8)
- This is an epoch of equality and high-toned ideals. (8)
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