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  • If he could kiss them, would he not go nearly mad? (8)
  • If he had been alone he might have felt the indifference as a slight, but as it was he felt it rather a favor. (9)
  • If he had had something in his hand, he might now have been a murderer: How awful! (8)
  • If he had read it, the book would not have eased him off to sleep, but he did not even try, to read it. (9)
  • If he started for the hut at once, he might still be in time to meet them coming down, and accompany them home. (8)
  • If her love for him was not worth to her more than this fellow! (8)
  • If her lover knew that within five yards of him were those two men! (8)
  • If I am rightly informed, the decree for the formation of the fourth army corps was signed by the king yesterday. (10)
  • If I could only think so! (9)
  • If I put my guinea-pig down, will they bite it? (8)
  • If I recollect aright, he could roar; no such relief was allowed to me. (10)
  • If instinct plays fantastical tricks when we are sleeping, let it be ever behind a curtain. (10)
  • If it is worship of swine, she cannot refuse it. (10)
  • If only he were free! (8)
  • If only June did not suddenly bring her hornets about his ears! (8)
  • If otherwise, she was to interdict the visit with as little delay as possible and cut him adrift. (10)
  • If Richard had his followers he had also his feuds. (10)
  • If she and George chose to be stubborn, they must take the consequences, and fend for themselves. (8)
  • If she could only have believed that she made him happy, how much happier would the twenty years of their companionship have been! (8)
  • If she did not give her hand, he wanted it! (8)
  • If she was to be better than the loathsomest of hypocrites, she must deny him his admission to the house. (10)
  • A poor, dirty little thing she was, who seemed as if she had not seen a home for days. (8)
  • A woman pulled by her collar should be passive; if she pulls her way, she is treated as a dog. (10)
  • Alice, if she is a fine fencer at all, will expect to meet the ordinary English squire in me. (10)
  • And if I had told you, I should have been met with ridicule, I suppose. (9)
  • And if one had only to say sheer donkey, he consenting to be driven by her! (10)
  • Any loft will do for me to sleep in if your house is full, as it may be, I suppose, at this time of year. (8)
  • Ay, but you have it if you check the harmony. (10)
  • Besides, mother, if the Signorina Vittoria sings . (10)
  • But if he did not remain in public life, what was he to do? (8)
  • But if we are already! (8)
  • But in bearing my witness I feel accused, almost as if he were present; by his fastidious reluctance from any recognition of his helpfulness. (9)
  • But of old, in Normandy, she had pledged herself to join him with no delay when free, if ever free! (10)
  • But you would be very glad if you had killed some. (8)
  • But, if a young woman out alone in the woods was hardly to be counted among the well-born, she held rank above them. (10)
  • But, then, if you marry, that means mutton over again, and perhaps babies, and perhaps the wrong man after all. (8)
  • But, you know, I can keep my countenance, if I perish. (10)
  • Capture meant a long imprisonment, if not execution. (10)
  • Dozens of writers will be in at yonder yawning breach, if only perusers will rally to the philosophic standard. (10)
  • Far better for them to go at once, if it could be arranged. (8)
  • He feigned to think me jealous, and I too remember the words of the reproach, as if they had a meaning. (10)
  • He had really done everything required of him, if anything was really required, by speaking to Shrapnel civilly. (10)
  • He himself had not fled, nor would he fly if it were all to come over again. (8)
  • He put out his hand in the half-dark, as if to grasp the shadowy hand of the dead. (8)
  • He stared blankly into the face of his friend and if touched screamed. (1)
  • He stood considering them with wonder, when suddenly the entire plantation, with its inclosing forest, seemed to turn as if upon a pivot. (1)
  • His most strange eyes suddenly swept down on hers, and he made a movement as if to put his hand to his hat. (8)
  • I care not if I offend. (10)
  • I feel too much, after telling you, as if I had been posing. (9)
  • I know I can rely on your sense, if you will rely on it. (10)
  • I should be dishonoured myself if I let a chance pass. (10)
  • I should enjoy replying to him, if I had time. (10)
  • I think that every author who is honest with himself must own that his work would be twice as good if it were done twice. (9)
  • I yield to you, and my daughter, if she . (10)
  • It might be as well to have another nurse, if they were making the change. (8)
  • It was as if she had been eyeing a golden door shut fast, that might some day open, but was in itself precious to behold. (10)
  • It was not as if he drank! (8)
  • Nay, if it is to be guesswork, let us all guess for ourselves. (4)
  • Not if he killed her would she answer now! (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 better, if, as she preached to Mary Paynham, she had apprenticed herself to some productive craft. (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 are moments when the faces we are observing drop their charm, showing us our perversion internal, if we could but reflect, to see it. (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 be so near Antonia, and as far as if he lived upon another planet, was worse than ever. (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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