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  • Qualities of mind-mind! (10)
  • Qualities were admitted. (10)
  • Old Mel had his qualities. (10)
  • The same qualities are shown in his music. (3)
  • He had his good qualities, the general owned. (9)
  • It might be for her beauty only, not for her spiritual qualities! (10)
  • Your wife should have great qualities of mind and soul. (10)
  • The portrait is clearly no frontispiece of his qualities. (10)
  • He had developed man-killing qualities, but is still alive. (21)
  • He was generous, Diana, said she saw fine qualities in him. (10)
  • His moral qualities hurled him on his physical deficiencies. (10)
  • But I would never make rigorous demands for specific qualities. (10)
  • You know my faults, and you know my qualities, such as they are. (8)
  • I attempted to do justice to the amiable qualities of the absent. (10)
  • Observe, I do not compare the wines; I distinguish the qualities. (10)
  • She had a distinct ability; the good ambition to use her qualities. (10)
  • He resembled wine in the other conditions attached to its rare qualities. (10)
  • For Frontenac, with all his excellent qualities, could endure no opposition. (19)
  • The different kinds of grass have qualities suited to certain types of soil. (17)
  • None can rival him in the power, variety, and expressive qualities of his music. (3)
  • In the light of the sturdy qualities of Brahms, his classicism seems superficial. (3)
  • The qualities of both men had contributed to this not-inconsiderable discrepancy. (8)
  • Mr. Pollingray, when in his own house, has the best qualities of the two countries. (10)
  • There is hardly any need to mention the durable qualities of copper, zinc, or lead. (17)
  • It was pre-eminently one of those moments which bring out the qualities of Norman blood. (8)
  • Take a composition by each of the composers mentioned and show its distinctive qualities. (3)
  • Willoughby, if I possessed her good qualities, her heart and mind, no doubt I should be. (10)
  • Say what you will, we are a great nation, who only, need rousing to show our best qualities. (8)
  • I, myself, as a reader, consider concomitant cane an adulteration of the qualities of sugar. (10)
  • The same qualities are exhibited in his sonatas for violin and piano, and in his piano trios. (3)
  • I can imagine the qualities I have most pride in withering and decaying under a prolonged trial. (10)
  • You have qualities which I had not before supposed to exist in such a degree in any human creature. (4)
  • Man or woman loved by Carinthia could not be cowardly, could not be vile, must have high qualities. (10)
  • The chief effort is to create courage and daring, to develop those qualities where they already exist. (21)
  • An eloquence to expose the qualities they possess, is the testification in the promise of their excellence. (10)
  • This pigment takes away the transparent qualities of the varnish and gives a definite color to the surface. (17)
  • Keenness of perception, conformity, delicacy of handling, these be all the qualities necessary to parasites. (10)
  • There may be other qualities which make reputations for other men, but in his case they will count for nothing. (9)
  • She had had no desire, no reaching out of her own, only a pleasure in the lovely qualities of things that were. (12)
  • Here was a young woman of humble birth, freely accepted into his family and permitted to stand upon her qualities. (10)
  • I well believe it, remembering the qualities of his mother, whose character, however, in stability he far surpassed. (8)
  • Other pianists have surpassed him in single qualities, but no one has united in so stupendous fashion as much as he. (3)
  • We circus people have so high an opinion of our good qualities that we are not ashamed to introduce ourselves to you. (21)
  • Belonging henceforth to Ferdinand, it was necessary that she should invest him immediately with transcendent qualities. (10)
  • So soon as the correspondence flourished it was not difficult to mention Clementine and praise her admirable qualities. (12)
  • This naturally introduced a panegyric from Jane on his diffidence, and the little value he put on his own good qualities. (4)
  • Those qualities to him more dear almost than life, those indispensable attributes of property and culture, where were they? (8)
  • There is no proof that she meant more, but it is certain that our manners and customs go for more in life than our qualities. (9)
  • It is based upon them, of course, but the airy, graceful, winning superstructure which we all know demands different qualities. (9)
  • I was delighted that I had guessed their relative qualities so perfectly, and when we arrived at Mrs. March I glibly presented them. (9)
  • For my own part, I would give all the praise I ever received for the right to be valued simply for my personal good qualities alone. (14)
  • Moreover, various kinds of quills were invented, giving different tone qualities; and such effects were controlled by stops or pedals. (3)
  • Perhaps she overrated other qualities of his in her admiration of the practical readiness which kept his amiability from seeming weak. (9)
  • She was not distant with Evan, but she had a feverish manner, and seemed to thirst to make him show his qualities, and excel, and shine. (10)
  • The privateer, on account of her superior sailing qualities, had to tack to bear up to her antagonist and keep from running out of range. (18)
  • He wrote strenuously and of course conscientiously; his point of view was solely and always that which enabled him best to discern qualities. (9)
  • The ardour of his temperament suffused the directness of his intelligence to produce it, and the two qualities made his weakness and strength. (10)
  • The use of hydrated lime is recommended, since the poor qualities which are apt to develop from careless slaking of quicklime are thus avoided. (17)
  • Not to appear to disgrace his family, to degenerate from the popular qualities, or lose the influence of the Pemberley House, is a powerful motive. (4)
  • The sight of poverty, however, provokes familiar feelings in poor men, if you have not had occasion to show them you possess particular qualities. (10)
  • The trios and sonatas for violin and piano, although not on a level with the other chamber-music, have nevertheless striking qualities to commend them. (3)
  • There was a man who said: Strange that two such queerly opposite qualities as courage and hypocrisy are the leading characteristics of the Anglo-Saxon! (8)
  • For whatever the rawness of the woman, she has qualities; and experience of the facile loves of London very sharply defines her qualities. (10)
  • Neither had he forgotten Miss Mollie Greydon who was at the dinner party of the Financier General; Barclugh recalled her beauty and intellectual qualities. (18)
  • The qualities of vision, of fancy, and of imaginative power, are no more divorced from Nature, than are the qualities of common-sense and courage. (8)

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