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  • Is it to be conceived? (10)
  • A characteristic of that upper circle, as he knew it, is, that the good are dull, the vicious very bad. (10)
  • A lovely stream, your river Thames, so calm and broad; it is like the spirit of your people. (8)
  • A man is not much farther. (10)
  • A titled personage is still mainly an inconceivable being to us; he is like a goblin or a fairy in a storybook. (9)
  • All Fallow field is paid to keep him secret; I know it for a fact. (10)
  • And now I am afraid Campbell will be here before there is time to dress a steak, and we have no butcher at hand. (4)
  • And this is a common countryman. (10)
  • And this is reasonable, for upon the accuracy of his estimates the whole policy of his life is ordered. (8)
  • And trust me, dear maiden, he is not unworthy, for better son never lived, and good son, good all! (10)
  • As it is, I am fortified to forgive them. (10)
  • But the moment I hear it is jesuitical I forswear it. (10)
  • Comedy, or the Comic element, is the specific for the poison of delusion while Folly is passing from the state of vapour to substantial form. (10)
  • Do not you think, Anne, it is being over-scrupulous? (4)
  • Eccles, my position here is a very sad one. (10)
  • Flesh may worry, but is sure to be worsted in such an argument. (10)
  • For as to secrecy, Henry is quite the hero of an old romance, and glories in his chains. (4)
  • For the moment she affects to consider herself unworthy; and it is excuseable that she should be slightly alarmed at her prospect. (10)
  • For what is matrimony, my dears? (10)
  • Greyfriars is a place of many associations. (2)
  • He is a lamb by nature. (10)
  • He is more than the first swordsman of our army; he is a knightly man. (10)
  • He is not discouraged; none are who have been near him. (10)
  • He is not the sort of reader who will rise from this book humiliated and fortified, as any reader worthy of it will. (9)
  • He is the kindest of souls. (10)
  • He is the most amiable, cheerful, benignant of men; he has no feeling of an enemy, though naturally his enemies are numerous and venomous. (10)
  • Her aunt is a good creature, but, as a constant companion, must be very tiresome. (4)
  • His idealism was roused; and when that is so, one is never quite at ease. (8)
  • His marrying Miss Thorpe is not probable. (4)
  • Holding intercourse with him is out of the question. (10)
  • However, friend Carling is a conciliatory carle. (10)
  • I have no doubt she feels for me; and her own reputation is concerned. (10)
  • I want a cool head for such brains as I have, and bumping the pillow all night is not exactly wholesome. (10)
  • If he is to be your husband, unburden your heart at once. (10)
  • If there is, Mr Gilman, we will let you know. (8)
  • In me the end is reached. (8)
  • It is a bad taste in the mouth. (10)
  • It is a test of the civilized to see and hear, and add no yapping to the spectacle. (10)
  • It is inferior, from not being the union of the blood; it is a matter merely of the laws and the tastes. (10)
  • It is not always the fault of the critics. (9)
  • It is not possible but that you must have had some thoughts on the subject, some surmises as to what might be. (4)
  • It is not your deed. (10)
  • My presence down here is quite involuntary. (8)
  • My present state is miserably irksome. (4)
  • Nature is not anchorage for vessels like men. (10)
  • Never mind what she is. (10)
  • Now have I but four days of my month of happiness remaining, and my request to you is, leave me to enjoy them. (10)
  • Of all the names ever given to a vessel, I do think Priscilla is without exception the most utterly detestable. (10)
  • Oh, how wonderful it is! (9)
  • One is not expected to transcend his function, and commonly one does not. (9)
  • One hundred and seventeen shillings at tenpence a thousand is one hundred and forty thousand words at fourteen hundred words an hour. (8)
  • Or is it Adam, his rib taken from his side in sleep, and thus transformed, to make him behold his Paradise, and lose it?… (10)
  • Probably while you and I are talking it over, the prince is confessing that he has no escape. (10)
  • Purity is our demand of them. (10)
  • Rogers is a rascal, if you want to know; or else all the signs fail. (9)
  • She is foolish enough to sleep in a close-curtained bed. (10)
  • That is, if you have no ideas about prosecuting a certain enterprise which I should not abandon. (10)
  • That little model is a hopeless duffer. (8)
  • The asking exposed him to the steadiest wind the civilized world is known to blow. (10)
  • The English of a book of his called The Speaker is still to my mind a model of elegance. (10)
  • The soul, not the body, is faithful. (8)
  • The unadulterate is to be had only by faith in it or by waiting for it. (10)
  • The unfortunate impresario is a ruined man; let us both condole with him. (10)
  • The water there is like a pool of snakes, and then they struggle out, and roll over and over, and stream on lengthwise. (10)
  • The world is dead to me, and all in it that is not. (10)
  • The worst is over, you told me. (10)
  • There is left in every man something of the primeval love of stalking. (8)
  • There is no compromise: to hate it is to try to stem the flood. (10)
  • There is nobody half so attentive and civil as you are. (4)
  • There is then an instant choice for us between courage to cut loose, and desperation if we do not. (10)
  • They are not buildings; for you can scarcely say a thing is built where every measurement is in clamant disproportion with its neighbour. (2)
  • They have begun under the influence of the passion for hoarding, which is but a blind passion of the finger-ends. (10)
  • They know I know all about it, and yet their serenity of innocence is all but unruffled in my presence. (10)
  • This is not meant to say that she looked beautiful. (10)
  • This is treating me like a friend. (4)
  • We should, anyhow, live abroad, where in the matter of money society is more sensible. (10)
  • Well, Frank, your dream certainly shews that Highbury is in your thoughts when you are absent. (4)
  • Weston, there is a step at the turning. (4)
  • Wonderfully good as the portrait of Dan Gregg is, it wants the final touch which could have come only from a little kindness. (9)
  • Yet it is true that our destiny is of our own weaving. (10)
  • You become a citizen of the selecter world, the highest we know of in connection with our old world, which is not supermundane. (10)
  • You understand how it is. (9)
  • Your brother is a lieutenant. (4)

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