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  • A glove lay on the floor; he picked it up, and for a long time stood weighing it in his hand. (8)
  • A proud nature that went all lengths in love could never be content with a half-love. (8)
  • A sound made him turn his head; there stood a tall, strong young woman in a loose gown caught together on her chest. (8)
  • Berry asked Tom Bakewell if he had been disturbed in the night. (10)
  • Bologna and Venice were married in her aspect. (10)
  • But I need not repeat them: they were accurately translated in imagination from my physical miseries. (10)
  • But first she said it was very cold and he must order some fire made in the tall German stove in their parlor. (9)
  • But the baroness and he were of one opinion, that Alvan in love was not likely to be governable by prudent counsel. (10)
  • Clemens himself no longer offers his books to the public in that way. (9)
  • Cuthcott in a twiddly chair, surrounded by sheets of paper reposing on the floor, shining like autumn leaves on a pool of water. (8)
  • Do you remember how we used to shudder together at night when we thought of people lying in the grave? (10)
  • He flushed up in that shady little street, in which he was the only person to be seen. (8)
  • He found his consolation in it, and poor Laetitia writhed. (10)
  • He gave the impression of one who has lived actively with horses in a sunny climate. (8)
  • He had shown his chivalrous valour in defending her. (10)
  • He makes you feel that you are once more in the land of official insolence, and that, whatever you are collectively, you are nothing personally. (9)
  • He manifested no great curiosity in the matter, did not even so much as raise the sash. (1)
  • He recoiled in sheer amazement and relief. (8)
  • He was sure he smelt it fresh in dews. (10)
  • He will be low all his life, and I refuse any more to sully myself in attempting to lift him. (10)
  • Her excitable blood fairly seethed, and she was obliged to put the utmost constraint upon herself not to throw her roses in his face. (5)
  • His time had been mostly spent in the mountains, now with one companion, now with another. (1)
  • I am in luck, it seems. (1)
  • I am inspired with a new faith in mankind. (8)
  • I could see that she stood in awe of her somehow from the beginning, and that she felt more than the usual responsibility for her. (9)
  • I told him of all that had occurred to make my former interference in his affairs absurd and impertinent. (4)
  • I warrant you he came out of it in flying colours. (10)
  • In a few minutes they had driven to their separate destinations; Ripton was left to the unusual exercise of his fancy. (10)
  • In among the apple trees it was still dark, and he stood making sure of his direction, feeling the rough grass with his feet. (8)
  • In answer to that gesture, the mother nodded. (8)
  • In fact, the mineral paint business, however painful its interest, was, for the moment, superseded by a more poignant anxiety. (9)
  • In such circumstances he himself would have taken the matter to a London firm who knew nothing of anybody. (8)
  • In summer the cars are open, with transverse seats, and stout curtains that quite shut out a squall of wind or rain. (9)
  • In this wild parliament-house, clouds, rocks, sun, and winds met and consulted. (8)
  • It was hot too, and after dressing for dinner he lay down on the sofa in his bedroom to rest a little. (8)
  • March reserved the censure which the sight of him inspired, and in default of other inspiration treated his coming simply as a surprise. (9)
  • Nor had she leisure for the abhorrences, in a heart all flowing to give aid, and uplift and restore. (10)
  • Perhaps his worst fault was an affected superciliousness before the foreigner, not uncommon in those days. (10)
  • Redworth would admit no irony in that! (10)
  • Rufus Mulbridge, and Libby drew up in front of it without having had to alarm the village with inquiries. (9)
  • She had on a white frock, very simple and well made; her arms were bare, and her hair had a white rose in it. (8)
  • She is in good hands, and sure of doing well. (4)
  • She looked up in his face. (8)
  • She sits down in a seat nearer him than the chair she has left. (9)
  • She stopped in the doorway, and turned her head round, sniffing, in a very pronounced way. (10)
  • She took, however, too much interest in his teeth, for he still had some of those natural symptoms. (8)
  • She was young in suffering, and thought, as the unseasoned and inexperienced do, that a mask is a concealment. (10)
  • Spiritual laughter they have not yet attained to: sentimentalism waylays them in the flight. (10)
  • Tell her, when she rolls by in her carriage, not to mind me. (10)
  • The grandest air in England, he had heard say. (10)
  • The great volume, the indefatigable purpose of the river, held the mind in chain. (2)
  • The look of their men in line is for all the world to us what lack-lustre is to the eye. (10)
  • The old butler, however, was not thinking of her; he had thoughts of a simpler order in his mind. (8)
  • The past days writhed in him. (10)
  • The question she herself had raised, of telling Fiorsen, kept her thoughts in turmoil. (8)
  • There had so clearly been a crisis in the cab that Winifred was unable to defend her theory. (8)
  • There is a headlong, forthright tide, that bears away man with his fancies like a straw, and runs fast in time and space. (2)
  • There was something so pitiful in the movements of her hands that Bianca turned away. (8)
  • This grievance was rooted in the idea that she was ruinously extravagant. (10)
  • Upon that Cumnock confessed in humility to his not being wealthy. (10)
  • We found a letter to me in his pocket pencilled his last five minutes. (10)
  • We might be living in a heathen land, for aught that morality has to say. (10)
  • What could induce you to come into this set, when you knew I was in the other? (4)
  • What she usually prized and valued in Phaon she now did not see at all, but distinguished every one of his defects. (5)
  • When he was dressed in his woollen gown and seated before the fire, she gave him a cup of strong beef-tea, with brandy. (8)
  • Which of her maladies might be in the ascendant, he did not know. (10)
  • Whitecoats in all attitudes leaned about the door; she beheld the inner court full of them. (10)
  • Wrapt up in a cloak of politeness, she seemed determined to hazard nothing. (4)
  • Yet she had sung beautifully; and what more wonderful song in the world? (8)

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