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  • And if the image will allow it, the nearer down to him the holier she seemed. (10)
  • And a shiver went through her, exactly as if a strange man were lying there. (8)
  • And even if they had to take their own cab, they felt they must go to the funeral. (8)
  • And if, sometimes, seeing and hearing her, I thought, Oh, rarest soul! (10)
  • And you, if you answer, what can only one? (10)
  • As if there were anything to forgive! (8)
  • As if throwing off some cloak of enchantment that clogged her spirit! (10)
  • At any rate it was wise to have a little reserve of light, even if only to enable him to look at his watch. (1)
  • Beauchamp asked her whisperingly if she had come alone. (10)
  • But if on this shock he began to drink, what might not happen? (8)
  • But if she has changed, she has changed! (10)
  • But he could not if he would. (8)
  • But one or the other, if not both of them, I must have. (4)
  • Do you know what I should do if I were you, and felt at all distressed? (10)
  • Durgin believed Cynthia would look at it as she did, if she could have it put before her rightly. (9)
  • Fellingham begged her, if she thought favourably of him, to prepare her father for the purport of his visit. (10)
  • For if he was obstinate in attack she had great resisting power. (10)
  • For if she was mysterious to him, what was he not to her, with his eagerness, and his dreaminess, his youthful warmth, his innocence! (8)
  • Forgive him, if you can. (10)
  • Forgive me, if I am very saucy. (4)
  • He found to his surprise that his heart dropped under some burden, as if he had no longer force to sustain it. (10)
  • I saw him fix his cavalry thighs and bound off as if he meant to take a gate. (10)
  • I shall feel much safer if he gets a good long sentence; I do think we ought to be protected against such ruffians. (8)
  • I should never have seen anything in her if it had not been for you. (9)
  • I was hers in honour if she wished it. (4)
  • I will talk French if you like, for, I think, German you do not speak. (10)
  • If I knew that there were shoe-shops in Salem, ought not I to go and inspect their processes? (9)
  • If I were to go through the world, I could not meet with a better. (4)
  • If Pericles speaks to you, have him. (10)
  • If all the world dined at one table, this philosophy would meet with some rude knocks. (2)
  • If he cannot rely on definite values of property, his compass is amiss; he is adrift upon bitter waters without a helm. (8)
  • If he had ever doubted his creed of tolerance he did so then. (8)
  • If he had only had a bag with him! (8)
  • If he manoeuvred, it was never basely. (10)
  • If he married a troublesome widow, his pamphlet on Suttee would be out within the year. (10)
  • If he really has something to say, however, about something he knows and loves, he is in the best possible case to say it well. (9)
  • If he really sought to reconcile himself like a dutiful branch, he must be forgiven for having dismembered himself from the paternal tree. (4)
  • If he should rise to any very great honours! (4)
  • If it also had its inconvenience and its danger he realized these too. (9)
  • If it were his own life, would he be taking that risk? (8)
  • If only the first moment were not different from what she hoped! (8)
  • If originality in woman were our prime request, the grey should bear the palm. (10)
  • If popular opinion is to control the utterances of her politicians, then good-bye indeed to this country! (8)
  • If she had known, this was the smile that stood between him and her sister. (8)
  • If she partly succeeded in stupefying her antagonism, five minutes of him undid the work. (10)
  • If she read, she began almost at once to brood. (8)
  • If there is anything disagreeable going on men are always sure to get out of it, and Charles is as bad as any of them. (4)
  • If this is living in the country, it is nothing very formidable. (4)
  • If we knew that, all the more responsibility rests on us. (8)
  • If you are, I have nothing more to say. (9)
  • If you have heard that I am going to Italy, it is true. (10)
  • If you have no money you must have papers; they stand between you and starvation. (8)
  • If you sing through a cold, what noise do we hear? (10)
  • If zat woman has a plot for to-morrow night to spoil my concert, she shall not know where she shall wake to-morrow morning after. (10)
  • It might be as well to have another nurse, if they were making the change. (8)
  • It was as if jury and public were thinking rhythmically in obedience to the same unexpressed prejudice of which he himself was conscious. (8)
  • It was not as if Annette could have a real passion for him; one could not expect that at his age. (8)
  • Nay, if Semestre had tempted her with the sweetest cakes, she would not have left her favorite nook by the spring now. (5)
  • Not if I lose every penny! (8)
  • On dark days, when the mist runs low upon the hill, the house has a gloomy air as if suitable for private tragedy. (2)
  • Or how if a traitorous? (10)
  • Poverty has its beauty, if my husband is the sun of it. (10)
  • She began steadily, as if he had not spoken. (9)
  • She rambles concentrically, if I may so expound her. (10)
  • Should be awfully sorry if anything goes wrong. (8)
  • The severity of her mien and sceptical coldness of her speech caused him to inspect them suddenly, as if she had lent him her eyes. (10)
  • There were magnificent vegetables of all sorts in it, and if the fruits were meagre that was the fault of the rainy summer, perhaps. (9)
  • These English may see in her, if they like, that they and their laws and customs are defied. (10)
  • They jumped to their feet, as if possessed, and one of them tossed his cup through the lattice work and vines overhead. (5)
  • They say it threatens rain, if it begins one. (10)
  • They would fall desperately in love with polecats and skunks if endowed with small talk. (10)
  • Three-quarters of the hay at stake, if it rained soon! (8)
  • To avoid people, if she could, had become habitual to her now. (8)
  • What happiness if the door should not be locked! (4)
  • You smile at me, as if I were a similar patient, signora. (10)

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