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  • A proud day for her to have a son a mitred abbot; it makes you glad to think they let her in. (2)
  • After lunch she could bear it no longer. (8)
  • Algernon said this, and entrenched his fluttering spirit behind common sense, but he found it a cold corner. (10)
  • And she knew it, though she might sit there calm and self-possessed, as if she had never been his wife. (8)
  • But it ended otherwise than his friends anticipated. (5)
  • But from one cause or another, I gave it up in disgust. (4)
  • But in such a case we somehow think it must be wrong to use our common-sense. (9)
  • But we may sprinkle our handkerchiefs with it, and we should, if we would caress our noses with an air. (10)
  • But, first, is it true that we have it? (8)
  • Collins returned most punctually on Monday fortnight, but his reception at Longbourn was not quite so gracious as it had been on his first introduction. (4)
  • Elton was in continual raptures, and defended it through every criticism. (4)
  • For her it is all future, and she cannot give herself wholly up to any present moment of it, as a man does. (9)
  • Gyp, putting up her face to see, felt on it soft pin-points of rain. (8)
  • He went to the window and threw it up, and feasted his sight on the moon standing on the downs. (10)
  • He would call it an offence against common sense, and have no mercy for it. (10)
  • He would insist upon it. (8)
  • Here was George advancing with his Quilpish face; it was too late to get out of his way. (8)
  • How do you think they will take it? (9)
  • How glad I am that Northanger is what it is! (4)
  • I am sure it means very little. (10)
  • I leave it where I found it, but perhaps that is a good deal for a critic to do. (9)
  • I must go and do it alone. (10)
  • I say they shall lead to nothing: it shall not take place. (10)
  • If it were not for that, who knows how many engagement knots would slip! (8)
  • If the end did not appear, the fact that it must be miserable always appeared. (9)
  • If there was one thing a man could not tolerate, it was dictation! (8)
  • In my eyes it would be no marriage at all, but that would be nothing. (4)
  • It gave a handle to his enemies. (10)
  • It had a large clock, a writing-table, and a window, without bars, looking on a courtyard. (8)
  • It is as if, Nature having taken them so hospitably to her heart, they felt convention an affront to her. (9)
  • It is incompatible that you should dine with Lady Gosstre, and then run away to a drinking booth. (10)
  • It is less known that he attempted it in prose, and that he went so far as to write the first chapter of a novel. (9)
  • It is now to George Forsyte that the mind must turn for light on the events of that fog-engulfed afternoon. (8)
  • It may be a lamp close to the eyes or a radiance of sun. (10)
  • It may be important that it should not be delivered. (10)
  • It shamed all manhood; it could not be good to help such things to be. (8)
  • It was beautiful, I had to own, even in my quality of exile and prisoner. (9)
  • It was so hot, too, and the sound of the violin still in her ears. (8)
  • It would have been a pleasant one had not Heriot and Destrier pretended all sorts of things about our previous acquaintance. (10)
  • My conversation was all yes and no, as if it went on a pair of crutches like a miserable cripple. (10)
  • Nor would it soothe me, dearest. (10)
  • O for a word for it! (10)
  • Pierce it, slay it, trample it under. (10)
  • Put it up, put it up; we will have a good talk about it some other time, but it will not do now. (4)
  • Romfrey had enough of it half-way down the column; his head went sharply to left and right. (10)
  • She could see nothing but evil in it. (4)
  • She divined correctly that it was her uncle. (10)
  • She felt that it could be stubborn to resist a softness. (10)
  • She knew that sleep so well; he would not wake from it. (8)
  • She wore a simple silk gown, of a Quakerly gray, and she held a handkerchief folded square, as it had come from the laundress. (9)
  • So she said not a syllable of it to her brother. (10)
  • The general listened with assenting gratitude; and it seemed as if his own estimation of Northanger had waited unfixed till that hour. (4)
  • The great London people, ignorant or not, were caught by the strong tide he created, and carried on it. (10)
  • The painter went round to the front of the house and walked up and down before it for different points of view. (9)
  • The supper was to be later, but that was like other eating and drinking on the Sabbath; and it was to be a cold supper. (9)
  • The vice-consul was against it. (9)
  • Their hope was to surprise it, for the road led to the rear of it. (1)
  • To Soames a kind of affectation seemed to cling about it all, a sort of picturesqueness which was out of date. (8)
  • To have the finest Italian cypress in the country, for example, and not take more care of it, was a downright scandal! (8)
  • Waddy, however, grew extremely melancholy at the mention of it. (10)
  • Was it quite good enough? (8)
  • We mean to sell the mine; we must do some more work on it, and for that we must have money. (8)
  • While the Americans have greatly excelled in the short story generally, they have almost created a species of it in the Thanksgiving story. (9)
  • You do keep it, if you choose. (10)

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