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  • It means dissection. (10)
  • I know what that means. (9)
  • Not downcast by any means. (10)
  • All means were to be tried. (10)
  • Think what you can good of her, by all means! (10)
  • Gentle means are surely best. (10)
  • By no means desirable, I think. (10)
  • This by no means astonishes me. (10)
  • You understand what that means. (10)
  • You understand what that means. (22)
  • And that, for you and me, means work. (10)
  • Reckon you would know what that means? (8)
  • By all means consider me an exception. (12)
  • I am by no means assured of his regard for me. (4)
  • But I will by no means insist upon my conjecture. (9)
  • But her heart and brain were by no means inactive. (5)
  • I know the Company means a great deal to you, sir. (8)
  • And to do it he would take the readiest means at hand. (13)
  • He was by no means averse to the expedition to Richmond. (8)
  • This was a cruel aggravation of actually straitened means. (4)
  • She had no fear of its spreading farther through his means. (4)
  • And the word patience here means more than most men contain. (10)
  • Even if they know what it means they have not experienced it. (8)
  • It means that we shall fail in the duty that we owe ourselves. (8)
  • Eccentric; which only means, hors du commun; and can be natural. (22)
  • And how could she have hoped to get the money by any other means? (10)
  • And how could she have hoped to get the money by any other means? (22)
  • It means that we shall fail in the duty that we owe to all Capital. (8)
  • And that means resisting all sorts of temptations you know nothing of. (8)
  • She warmed to her at once; by no means on account of the pallor in itself. (10)
  • Like the speaking of great Nature, what it means is implied by the measure. (10)
  • If it is carried, it means that we shall fail in what we set ourselves to do. (8)
  • By means of Fine Shades it was understood that Brookfield was to be abandoned. (10)
  • If you can discover legitimate means of dissuasion, it would be well to use them. (8)
  • By such means I came to paint the mystery surrounding my father in tender colours. (10)
  • One leader is, perhaps, a liberal advertiser; to offend him means loss of business. (16)
  • The young ladies arrived: their appearance was by no means ungenteel or unfashionable. (4)
  • But he had expected to be richer still, and he was by no means satisfied with his luck. (9)
  • Though her face has a determined cast her manner at this moment is by no means decisive. (8)
  • If 8-inch by 16-inch slates are used, this means that the distance should be about 5 inches. (17)
  • Still let the rumour spread, and terror screens To push her conquests by the simplest means. (10)
  • Madge and I will owe him our means of livelihood, enough for cottagers, until I carve my way. (10)
  • And then I had my moral acclimatization to go through with, which is not by any means ended yet. (14)
  • I will have her with me, and try and teach her what self-control means, and how it is to be won. (10)
  • I have sent Charles to town to make matters up if he can, for I do not by any means want her here. (4)
  • It was in fact no wiser or livelier than a society function in the means of enjoyment it afforded. (9)
  • Nought save his rounding aim, the means he plied, Death for his cause, to him could point appeal. (10)
  • In general, it usually looks best when some visible means of support is made a part of the design. (17)
  • And during these exclamations intricate visions of tripping by means of gold wires danced before him. (22)
  • Their humble little hopes and means to come to union approached, after a fashion, hymning at his ears. (10)
  • The capitalist-owner means no harm, but he is not bothered by the standards that hamper the editor-owner. (16)
  • It was easy enough for a man like Pemberton with an assured position and comfortable means to take lofty views! (13)
  • At moments she nursed the flattering delusion that she might be the means of saving Christian from a great danger. (12)
  • I have loved it, as I loved him, with a sense of its limitations which is by no means a censure of its excellences. (9)
  • By this means additional notes can be secured, giving a scale identical with the Greek Dorian or ecclesiastical Aeolian. (3)
  • The only means of access was by a narrow natural bridge of rock flung from this insulated pinnacle across to the mainland. (10)
  • Unity in a musical work means that it is a development of one central thought, in elaborate works, of several leading ideas. (3)
  • Still, he was not justified in living beyond his means to that end, speculating rashly, and concealing his actual circumstances. (10)
  • The plan of this first attempt at a notation by means of which relative duration of notes might be expressed was very complicated. (3)
  • Whence these songs came is by no means certain, the prevailing opinion being that they were of Greek origin, modified by Hebrew influence. (3)
  • By these means was a treaty of peace between the French and all the Iroquois declared, and for twenty years Canada enjoyed the sweets of peace. (19)
  • He started himself into busy frenzies to reach to her, already indifferent to the means, and waxing increasingly reckless as he fed on his agitation. (10)
  • Clinton could see no means of ending the war except by military subjugation; Carlisle was entirely for conciliation and Barclugh was bent on subornation. (18)

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