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  • Pace was his specific. (10)
  • She quickened her pace. (8)
  • No use to force the pace. (8)
  • He trotted at a good pace. (10)
  • He trotted at a good pace. (22)
  • Off we went at a furious pace. (10)
  • And she increased her pace until Mr. (8)
  • He saw Redworth coming at a quick pace. (10)
  • Clare and Adrian came up at a quick pace. (10)
  • Fulkerson started away at a quick, light pace. (9)
  • They walked at a brisk pace, conversing or not. (10)
  • Fiorsen turned and began to pace up and down again. (8)
  • The cab was passing villas now, going a great pace. (8)
  • There was a silence, and he began to pace the room. (8)
  • The quick of pace are soon in the quick of thoughts. (10)
  • Doubting it an illusion, Sir Austin accelerated his pace. (10)
  • His pace increased, and she hastened her steps beside him. (10)
  • A carriage drawn by red-roan horses was passing at a great pace. (8)
  • They were away behind a pair of steppers that could go the pace. (10)
  • But those two could not go fast enough to keep pace with their spirits. (8)
  • He got up and began to pace the Turkey carpet, between window and wall. (8)
  • And yet the pace Mrs. Phillips keeps would finish my money pretty soon. (13)
  • She quickened her pace to mark him in the glory of the battle, and behold! (10)
  • They walked one behind the other like tramps, but their pace was remarkable. (2)
  • The funeral pace of the block of cabs and omnibuses engrossed his attention. (10)
  • A trail went up there to the top, and he struck into it, going at a great pace. (8)
  • I wish we could go at that pace in life; I should have a certainty of winning. (10)
  • I wish we could go at that pace in life; I should have a certainty of winning. (22)
  • Involuntarily his pace slackened as he turned from the highroad into the lane. (13)
  • On the way he questioned himself why his heart should be beating at such a pace. (10)
  • Countess Ammiani gathered Vittoria in her arms; Carlo stepped a pace before them. (10)
  • He gives the feeling that he has always had to spurt to keep pace with his own life.] (8)
  • But the pace was barely accelerated, and he concealed his reasons for invoking speed. (10)
  • The pace is swift, and he must keep his physical and mental health in perfect condition. (16)
  • Redworth carried his burden through the frosty air at a pace to melt icicles in Greenland. (10)
  • Towards afternoon we got fairly drunken with the sunshine and the exhilaration of the pace. (2)
  • He rode at an easy pace within sight of the home of his treasure, and his back turned to it. (10)
  • Modestine brisked up her pace for perhaps three steps, and then relapsed into her former minuet. (2)
  • Near upon the breakfast-hour Renee was perceived by them going toward the chateau at a walking pace. (10)
  • Firm you stand, feeling the muscles of both legs, left half a pace ahead, right planted, both stringy. (10)
  • He endured some minutes of total speechlessness at this pace, and abruptly said adieu and turned back. (10)
  • They may go down on their knees, and beg and pray the furious charioteer to stop, or moderate his pace. (10)
  • He did not reply; he stumbled upon the chairs in following her a pace or two, with a face of acute distress. (9)
  • In his excitement, Hart left his seat and began to pace the floor, his hands twisting his napkin nervously. (13)
  • It seemed that he was determined to have his runaway: he struck up the avenue at full pedestrian racing pace. (10)
  • Climbing at a great pace, he reached Malvern Beacon just as it came dawn, and stood there on the top, watching. (8)
  • Sir Roger came on at a slapping pace, and when within two yards of the brink, rose to it, and cleared it like a deer. (6)
  • Amongst these carriages was a barouche coming at a greater pace than the others, drawn by a pair of bright bay horses. (8)
  • I believe it is the longest village in the world; but I daresay in our predicament every pace counted three times over. (2)
  • It was the pace of a bulky man of fifty, and his head was that beautiful head we all know from the many pictures of it. (9)
  • Laxley was two clear lengths in advance, but seemed riding, as Mr. George remarked, more for pace than to take the jump. (10)
  • This eaten, he began once more to pace up and down, to pour words out into the silence, and to drive his squeaking quill. (8)
  • As they came near at marching pace, Lorenzo yawned and raised his hand to his cheek, keeping the thumb pointed behind him. (10)
  • Hastening his pace, for a double reason now, Wilfrid had the booth within hearing, listened a moment; and then stood fast. (10)
  • But it was a more difficult task for him, going at that pace, to make explanations, and she was exquisitely fair to behold! (22)
  • Especially be it remarked, that he was a man of quick pace, the sovereign remedy for the dispersing of the mental fen-mist. (10)
  • He quickened the pace of his horse as the blood surged through his body at the thoughts of the enormity of his undertaking. (18)
  • At a deeper breath from Greta, the little lady put down her basket, and began to pace the lawn, followed dubiously by Scruff. (8)
  • She was again roused from disagreeable musings by sudden footsteps: somebody was coming at a quick pace down the principal walk. (4)
  • We both remarked on the precipitancy of the party; for as our own pace was considerable, the two vehicles passed like lightning. (6)
  • He passed on at such a pace that people stared; till, turning the last corner for home, he ran almost into the arms of Oliver Dromore. (8)
  • No human power had ever yet driven Master Gammon to a demonstration of haste or to any acceleration of the pace he had chosen for himself. (22)
  • We were swept along by a current so rapid that our pace permitted no hesitation in the choice of route among the monotonous willow islands. (20)
  • Schwartz, the huge dragoon, whose big black horse hung near him in my memory like a phantom, pulled the chair at a quiet pace, head downward. (10)
  • Indomitably resolute of soul, they held their course with the swift pace of custom, and only here and there they showed the effect of the heat. (9)
  • Quiet minds cannot be perplexed or frightened, but go on in fortune or misfortune at their own private pace, like a clock during a thunderstorm. (2)
  • The hair was brushed from her temples, leaving one of those fine reckless outlines which the action of driving, and the pace, admirably set off. (10)
  • Pace and progress pleased him less and less; there was an ostentation, too, about a car which he considered provocative in the prevailing mood of Labour. (8)
  • One might have supposed, from his occasional mutterings at the pace regulated by the postillion, that he was burning with anxiety to catch the flying coach. (10)

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