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  • And I was the object. (10)
  • He is a nasty object. (10)
  • The object is to beat him. (10)
  • It was now his object to marry. (4)
  • The housewife is their object. (10)
  • I do not object to her personally. (10)
  • The object was possibly perceived. (10)
  • I object in toto; it is not business. (8)
  • My object in doing so was to spare you. (10)
  • At the feet of any woman, except for the trifling object! (10)
  • Did you ever see such a gipsified object? (8)
  • But he seemed not to object to her tutoring him. (9)
  • The sheriff becomes an object of hate and dread. (21)
  • His great object was to be off as soon as possible. (4)
  • She was his object, and every body must perceive it. (4)
  • Tracy had no knowledge of the object of the expedition. (10)
  • Benson knew whither he went, and the object he went for. (10)
  • To shrink from being an object of it is a step in cultivation. (10)
  • Fun, at any cost, is the one object worth a shot in such a world. (10)
  • I have no wish to see the uxorious object, though you praise him. (10)
  • The conjecture recalled Fulkerson to the object of his confidences. (9)
  • Everything is so insipid, so uninteresting, that does not relate to the beloved object! (4)
  • Men who, setting their minds upon an object, must have it, breed imps. (10)
  • The error may be in the choice of an object: it is not in the passion. (10)
  • I set my life upon my aim when I feel that the object is of true worth. (10)
  • Your object is to learn whether the Austrians are moving men upon Milan. (10)
  • Bingley was the principal spokesman, and Miss Bennet the principal object. (4)
  • Science, he said, was in our days the sole object worth a devoted pursuit. (10)
  • Her affections had continually been fluctuating but never without an object. (4)
  • Robert walked across the fields, walking like a man with an object in view. (10)
  • I know that you would not object to my keeping it, but it does not seem right. (9)
  • Their object is to paralyze the march on Rome, and she has won Carlo for them. (10)
  • Let it always be said that we object to men who need or fear to be investigated. (14)
  • But here is my father coming: you will not object to my reading the charade to him. (4)
  • Two days before the birthday, he asked him whether he would object to having company? (10)
  • He divined that they were off to talk over their one object of common interest, Crossjay. (10)
  • She saw herself the object of attention, to tens and to scores of them at present unknown. (4)
  • To keep Fanny and the Bertrams from a knowledge of what was passing became his first object. (4)
  • But with the return of his senses he became singularly unconscious of the object of his fear. (1)
  • A sensible man, and he had looked like a very sensible man, why should it be an object to him? (4)
  • The venturesome crook who invaded the circus lot proper, was an especial object of vigilance. (21)
  • He had not to wait and wish with vacant affections for an object worthy to succeed her in them. (4)
  • Every one is a legitimate object of attack, and in public or private is certain to be attacked. (16)
  • The sight of that black object cleaving the air nearly made Gyp scream, her nerves were so on edge. (8)
  • They declared that their object in taking up arms was to uphold the honour of the Stars and Stripes. (19)
  • Intuition of danger had evidently smitten Hemmings, for he made no allusion to the object of his visit. (8)
  • These were not the best of times with Judge Kenton, and Boyne was not the first object of his impatience. (9)
  • But what I object to is this economic chance-world in which we live, and which we men seem to have created. (9)
  • They were quick to scan and take summary of their object, as the young man felt while observing for himself. (10)
  • Until he came in sight of the station and the Works, it had not seemed possible for any one to object to Alice. (9)
  • She is now an object of indifference to him, and she would be one of contempt were he to understand her emotions. (4)
  • Emma must do Harriet good: and by supplying her with a new object of interest, Harriet may be said to do Emma good. (4)
  • Wilfrid bowed, and the censorious ladies could not deny that, his style was good, if his object was to be familiar. (10)
  • They say that in delirium tremens you see a fixed object, preferably dark, which suddenly changes shape and position. (8)
  • He was even so inconsequent, or so little recognized his position, as to object in his heart to hear himself called Wilson. (10)
  • Its persistently ecclesiastical effect debarred it from expressing the personal feeling which was the object of their research. (3)
  • He subscribes liberally to the Associated Charities, and no good object or worthy public enterprise fails to receive his support. (9)
  • Bee, with soft eyes, was thinking of young Tharp, who to-day had told her that he loved her, and wondering if father would object. (8)
  • It is more difficult to speak well than to compose well; that is, the rules and trick of composition are oftener an object of study. (4)
  • Drawing it in with difficulty he concentrated his attention upon that purification of his spirit which was the object of his journey. (8)
  • Patience was his weapon and support, so he named his object with an air of inveteracy in tranquillity they were for his wife to wear. (10)
  • They are subject to storm, as in everything earthly, and they need no lesson of devotion; but they never move to an object in a madness.) (10)
  • Wilfrid was on the step of the carriage, for what positive object neither he nor the others knew, when his sister and the doctor joined them. (10)
  • Mention of Lord Fleetwood set Sir Meeson harping again on his alarms, in consideration of the vagabond object of the young lord had roamed away with. (10)
  • No stroke of retributive misfortune could have been severer to Rosamund than to be thrust forward as the object of humiliation for the man she loved. (10)
  • The influences environing her and pressing her to submission sharpened her perusal of the small object largely endowed by circumstances to demand it. (10)

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