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  • A dead man carried out of the house, laid under a dark archway! (8)
  • A guttering fall of her bosom was perceptible. (10)
  • And now nothing remains for me but to assure you in the most animated language of the violence of my affection. (4)
  • And so, I suppose, they often talk of having Longbourn when your father is dead. (4)
  • And they were those in charge of the state, of laws, and science, of the army, and religion. (8)
  • At her time of life, any thing of an illness destroys the bloom for ever! (4)
  • At the touch of the glass, his fingers went round it slowly, and he raised it to his mouth. (10)
  • Beauchamp stared at him, amazed by the commendation of empty language. (10)
  • But they had the passions of men. (10)
  • But this night, though the Spirit of Peace hovered so near, she did not seem to know it. (8)
  • Coming to the incidents of the day itself, she hesitated. (8)
  • Durgin reminded him that he had never sent her the photograph of the picture which he had promised her. (9)
  • For a sound like the whiffling of a wind through dry sticks combined with the creaking of a saw had, impinged on his senses. (8)
  • Formerly the magazines were made up of volunteer contributions in much greater measure than they are now. (9)
  • He could not have been more than twenty-three years of age. (1)
  • He had looked forward to them, because his gifts had meant a semblance of gratitude, a certain attempt at warmth. (8)
  • He had no appetite, but the custom of dining is too strong. (8)
  • He had verily no command of his reason. (10)
  • He may blow foul smoke on her, she will shine out of it. (10)
  • He tacitly did so, aware of the necessity. (10)
  • He, as doctor, and she, as nurse, had both seen so much of death these last two years! (8)
  • I am sure if I knew of any thing she would like, I would send all over the town for it. (4)
  • I judge that if he kept at it before Mars gits off too far again he might make something out of it. (9)
  • I shall not pretend to offer you advice, for I have the habit of thinking your judgement can stand by itself. (10)
  • If he kept it, Lottie would be sure to find it, and he could not bring himself to the sacrilege of destroying it. (9)
  • If they get that out of him, and recall me, am I to say he told me of it at the time? (8)
  • In many of the engagements of the war the fallen leaves took fire and roasted the fallen men. (7)
  • In re-settling themselves there were now many changes, the result of which was favourable for her. (4)
  • It is a people of lace-makers. (2)
  • It was the devil of a mess! (8)
  • It was the first door, in my acquaintance of her, which she had not shown an indecent haste to enter. (2)
  • Jane pitied, she could not interpose to thwart his act of resignation. (10)
  • Lander was obliged to speak without the advantage of noting the effect of her words upon her in her face. (9)
  • Meadow-sweet hung from the banks thick with weed and trailing bramble, and there also hung a daughter of earth. (10)
  • Mrs Musgrove protests solemnly that she knew nothing of the matter. (4)
  • Of course you were indifferent! (10)
  • On that day he would have to be wary, but, as Alvan felt assured, he would be more master of himself than his antagonist. (10)
  • On the whole, he was a man of great weather-wisdom, some spirits, and a social temper. (2)
  • Only such as expressed his views of citizenship, his political and social beliefs. (8)
  • Other fresh regiments joined in the countercharge, commanderless groups of retreating men returned to their work, and there ensued a hand-to-hand contest of incredible fury. (7)
  • Out on the turf of the shaven hills, her springy step dispersed any misty fancies. (10)
  • Pasmer with a young lady on his arm, and making a very low bow of relinquishment. (9)
  • Pollington, an amiable widow, relict of a large City warehouse, named Barcop, was chilled by a falling off in his attentions. (10)
  • Richard made a playful remark on the necessity of sometimes acting in opposition to fathers. (10)
  • Rinaldo subsequently told him that his discovery of the armoury necessitated his confinement. (10)
  • Rumours of war added to the briskness of a London turbulent at the close of the summer holidays. (8)
  • Scorrier felt as if he had been guilty of brutality; sorry for Pippin, angry with himself; angry with Pippin, sorry for himself. (8)
  • She found another shaving within reach of her parasol, and began poking that with it, and trying to follow it through its folds. (9)
  • She froze his heart from the marble of her own. (10)
  • She is all affability and condescension, and I doubt not but you will be honoured with some portion of her notice when service is over. (4)
  • She knew a family near Maple Grove who had tried it, and been obliged to separate before the end of the first quarter. (4)
  • She must have some of her mother in her, too. (10)
  • Shrapnel did indeed appear to display the agitation of a full-driving storm when he was but harassed and vexed. (10)
  • That his treatment of Old Tom was sound, he presently had proof of. (10)
  • The Adister family were not gifted to read into the heart of a young man of a fanciful turn. (10)
  • The lights were torches and lanterns; the occupation of the boats moving in couples was the dragging for the dead. (10)
  • The simplicity of his bewilderment made her smile. (10)
  • Their means were as different as their objects, and equally suited to the advancement of each. (4)
  • They modify its hotel life, and the objects of interest thrive upon their bounty. (9)
  • True, she fights only for her family, and is virtually the champion of the opposing institution misplaced. (10)
  • Wardour-Devereux could not stay longer than a certain number of hours under a roof where tobacco was in evil odour. (10)
  • What would come of this arrest? (8)
  • Where is the key of the cupboard? (10)
  • Who knows anything of her? (8)
  • Will not this manner of speaking of him, Mrs Smith, convince you that he is nothing to me? (4)
  • Yet, the theorist upon human nature will say, they are obviously of adverse disposition. (10)

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