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  • There shone a strictly feminine quality! (10)
  • Now you see their quality too late. (2)
  • This is the quality of true passion. (10)
  • They would recognize the flame quality in her. (9)
  • He praised passingly the quality of the bread. (10)
  • There is a difference of quality rather than of kind. (9)
  • It really seemed by every test that she had the quality. (10)
  • You may judge of what you are by the quality of the cure. (10)
  • Some men would think that a quality worth double the amount. (10)
  • Jealousy was a quality she could not admit as possible to her. (10)
  • Temple counted nearly sixty persons of quality stationed there. (10)
  • The sole quality these people have shown they have is cowardice. (8)
  • Tile roofs of poor quality have as bad reputations as slate roofs. (17)
  • It was beautiful, I had to own, even in my quality of exile and prisoner. (9)
  • In the same way poetic rashness of the right quality enriches the language. (10)
  • The whole spectacle had an historical quality, which I tasted with pleasure. (9)
  • And I call it cheerful, for faith is a more supporting quality than imagination. (2)
  • Now, you would never think of pretending to a moral quality you do not possess. (10)
  • But this essential quality of Art has also, and more happily, been called Rhythm. (8)
  • In quantity they are inexhaustible, and in quality they are wonderfully satisfying. (9)
  • Service and quality could not be improved upon in the large hotels of many cities. (21)
  • In shape and fit, in finish and quality of leather, they were the best he had ever made me. (8)
  • It has the scenic quality that would best set off a life of unthinking, open-air diversion. (2)
  • There is a substantial quality about such furniture which no mobile furniture can possess. (17)
  • If it was Arcadia rather than Bohemia, still she felt her quality of distinguished stranger. (9)
  • It was a quality which could not be worked so long as the phantoms and hair-breadth escapes. (9)
  • Libby blushed, as he always did when required to recognize Grace in her professional quality. (9)
  • Nor can it be dissociated from environment any more than the quality of potato from the soil. (8)
  • She was a maid of the world, with the quality of faithfulness, by nature, to a good mistress. (10)
  • He always had that peculiar quality of opposition; it has brought him to grief a hundred times. (8)
  • He felt that her undoubtable quality had a non-individual flavour, as if standing for her class. (8)
  • They now affected patience, as far as silence went to make up an element of that sublime quality. (22)
  • Perhaps the best test in this difficult matter is the quality of the art which created the picture. (9)
  • His two string quartets are full of originality, and his choral and piano music shows the same quality. (3)
  • If the coating is sufficient and well done, it is superior in lasting quality to the ordinary tin-plate. (17)
  • In my personal quality I am of course averse to all great fortunes; and in my civic capacity I am a patriot. (9)
  • Of a far higher quality is the will that can subdue itself to wait, and lay no petty traps for opportunity. (10)
  • The quality of the mood of hugging hatred is, that if you are disallowed the hug, you do not hate the fiercer. (10)
  • Her elders had the proper sentimental worship of youth and its supposed quality of innocence, and caressed her. (10)
  • In the mean time he had seen that these Kentons were sweet, good people, as he phrased their quality to himself. (9)
  • It was a quality going, and a quality coming; nor will we, if you please, lament a law of growth. (10)
  • Eyes of that quality are the visible mind, animated both to speak it and to render it what comes within their scope. (10)
  • An enemy who anticipates the actions of our mind, has a quality of the malignant divine that may well inspire terror. (10)
  • Nor could she deny the excellent quality of the bread and butter, and milk, too, at the sign of the Jolly Cricketers. (10)
  • Ugly actions, above all in ugly places, have the true romantic quality, and become an undying property of their scene. (2)
  • The quantity of his literature is not great, but the quality is very surprising, and surprising first of all as equality. (9)
  • He found a lingering quality of pure Americanism in the region, and he said the very bells called to worship in a nasal tone. (9)
  • Murmurs of objection to the voice being characterized at all by any technical word, or even for a human quality, were heard. (10)
  • I winced when I contemplated its artistic and mechanical excellence, for I knew at what a price that quality had been obtained. (7)
  • This skeleton in the family cupboard was a test of his affection for herself, a test of the quality of the man she had married. (8)
  • It is obvious that such fertility is not consistent with evenness of quality; we must pick and choose to find the real Schubert. (3)
  • I am going to-morrow where I shall find a man who has not one agreeable quality, who has neither manner nor sense to recommend him. (4)
  • We went to Mount Auburn together, and I viewed its monuments with a reverence which I dare say their artistic quality did not merit. (9)
  • An impalpable quality, less easily captured than the scent of a flower, the peculiar and most essential attribute of any work of art! (8)
  • Certainly New York is yet no London in literature, and I think Boston was once vastly more than Edinburgh ever was, at least in quality. (9)
  • The kindly Autocrat recognized some such quality of it in terms which were not the less precious and gracious for their humorous excess. (9)
  • The quality of this ware can be judged by the absence of roughness, blisters, bubbles, and spots, and freedom from hair-cracks and peeling. (17)
  • The quality of vapour is to melt and shape itself anew; but it is never the quality of vapour to reassume the same shapes. (10)
  • The Sunday comic sheet, whatever one wishes to say of its quality, was built in Greater Grub Street, and there, to-day, its foundations rest. (16)
  • It related to the quality of his work, which was quietly artistic and psychological, whatever liveliness of incident it uttered on the surface. (9)
  • The specifications of the American Society for Testing Materials covering the quality of cement should be followed where large purchases are made. (17)
  • He knew their literary quality, and their rank in the literary, world; but I believe he was surprised at the passion I instantly conceived for them. (9)
  • From time immemorial we have allowed ourselves to be driven by those powerful drivers, Bread, and Praise, and cared little for the quality of either. (8)
  • They are very cunning brewers and sagacious buyers too; their maxims show them to direct all their acuteness upon obtaining quality for their money. (10)
  • It is, indeed, rather terrible, and it is of a quality in its celebrities which may well carry dismay to any among us presently intending immortality. (9)
  • There was about Derek the sort of quality that belongs to the good regimental officer; men followed and asked themselves why the devil they had, afterward. (8)

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