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  • A job of this kind sometimes made nasty blood! (8)
  • A parting that is no worse than the turning of a page to a final meeting is made light of, but felt. (10)
  • Aminta made the motion of a hand along the paper, just a flourish. (10)
  • And it was he got Admiral Harrington made a captain, posted, commodore, admiral, and K.C.B., all in seven years! (10)
  • Angry as she was, the thought of the moment made her resolve to restrain herself when she did speak. (4)
  • As if she had not made him perfectly happy when she danced with him! (8)
  • At Dallas Johnston made another stand and Sherman, facing the hostile line, began his customary manoeuvring for an advantage. (7)
  • Barren at the door, made the incident a topic. (10)
  • Bennet made no answer. (4)
  • Bertram in town, she knew that objection could no more be made to his person than to his situation in life. (4)
  • But he made the first struggle against it. (9)
  • Conjectures shot their perishing tracks across a darkness that deepened and made shipwreck of philosophy. (10)
  • Decie, leaning towards Harz, smiled like one who has made a pet dog do a trick. (8)
  • Emilia made an effort to go. (10)
  • Everything he heard and saw made an intensely vivid impression. (8)
  • Except for an unconscious grinding of his teeth, he made no sound or movement, so that they went by without seeing him. (8)
  • For the same reason she made the driver stop short of our destination on our return, and walked home the rest of the way. (9)
  • Had Uncle Soames and the old buffer behind made a mess of it? (8)
  • He made me sit down on a bench. (8)
  • He made no pretension to novelty. (10)
  • He could have made either of these decisions, and defended them to himself; but in what he had done he had altogether shirked. (9)
  • He could see that a good deal could be made of it. (8)
  • He said he never minded making a bad speech in a good cause, and he made as bad a one as very well could be. (9)
  • He wants to have me made to write with my left hand as well as my right. (10)
  • He was sensible of the growth Jeff had made intellectually. (9)
  • He, too, looked up at Stanley and made some remark which caused two thin-faced fellows with him to grin sheepishly. (8)
  • His kindness to his little cousin was consistent with his situation and rights: he made her some very pretty presents, and laughed at her. (4)
  • I made a mistake to lose my temper with her. (8)
  • I know not, and I care not, what promises were made to you, or in what spirit the laws of compulsory service were passed. (8)
  • I Such a day made glad the heart. (8)
  • I was convinced he was a noble fellow, before I knew that you had made a friend of him. (10)
  • In the presence of that world, so different to him now, he preserved his wonted demeanor, and made his features a flexible mask. (10)
  • It made a pathetic concert, all in treble. (2)
  • It made George sorry to think of her travelling on with her trouble all alone. (8)
  • It made little bubbles against them, bright where a moon-streak fell. (8)
  • It made the most of her, and she liked it beyond all her other negligees for its complaisance. (9)
  • It affected me so, I made the worst of it for a cure. (10)
  • It was I who caught you for being what I made you! (8)
  • It would have been an awful pity to have made that speech. (8)
  • Leila made her lie down on the divan, and put a hot-water bottle to her feet. (8)
  • Loud, vague noises made themselves heard round the corner to which the driver had pointed. (9)
  • Many a noble fortune has been made during the war. (4)
  • Mildenham was dark; the autumn winds made dreary noises. (8)
  • Paramor made his way into the conservatory. (8)
  • Patrick made a queer face. (10)
  • Primer made most people feel in her talk. (9)
  • She made little remarks full of conventional wisdom, and appealed to his judgment on several points as they drove along. (9)
  • She made offer of bacon as well, homecured. (10)
  • She had made her bring her bag, because she knew dear Kirsteen would agree with her; and it would be so nice for them all. (8)
  • She knew that she had betrayed herself, made plain to Mark Lennan what she had never until now admitted to herself. (8)
  • Soldiers had been going by the whole afternoon, and that made it so feudal. (9)
  • Stone had only made enough for one. (8)
  • The crushed pic-nic tried to get a little air, and made attempts at conversation. (10)
  • The gentleman and lady made their way to him, and he tried his hardest to keep from tottering on the slope in her presence. (10)
  • The idea that the Tinleys strove to catch at her skirts made Arabella spiteful. (10)
  • The laws against bribery, made by themselves, are set at naught and those of civility and good breeding are forgotten. (7)
  • The men made way, and he beheld his man in no condition to make military responses. (10)
  • The office he is made to fill is an old one. (10)
  • The parochial duties of an ethical teacher were not strenuous, and Breckon had not been made to feel them so definitely before. (9)
  • The sun in the valley sharpened his beams on squares of buttercups, and made a pond a diamond. (10)
  • The thought of the storm she had sown upon all sides made her tremble foolishly. (10)
  • The world made a note of it; for the gentleman was notoriously without ear for music. (10)
  • They strove to understand why the field was marked with blocks of men who made a plume of vapour here, and hurried thither. (10)
  • This is the temptation of those who are rescued and made happy by circumstances. (10)
  • Twenty-four hours more made all serene again. (9)
  • Two-thirds of the magazines are made up of material which, however excellent, is without literary quality. (9)
  • Under that rosy light her amber-coloured hair and fair skin made strange contrast with her dark brown eyes. (8)
  • What was it that had taken away from him all his restless feeling, made him happy and content? (8)
  • Who made the quarrel? (8)
  • You have made an impression. (10)

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