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  • A regard for the requester would often make one readily yield to a request, without waiting for arguments to reason one into it. (4)
  • Agostino was enjoying the smoke of paper cigarettes, with all prudent regard for the well-being of an inflammable beard. (10)
  • Andrew bounced back two or three steps to regard the dusky sombrero. (10)
  • As yet, she cannot even be certain of the degree of her own regard nor of its reasonableness. (4)
  • But here, in regard to Art, is where mankind at large comes on the field. (8)
  • But, then, Ormont had high principles with regard to the dues to his family. (10)
  • Elton is a very pretty young man, to be sure, and a very good young man, and I have a great regard for him. (4)
  • Fallow field and Beckley, without regard to rank, have drawn upon their muscle and science. (10)
  • He had before believed her to return his affection with sincere, if not with equal regard. (4)
  • He knows I have a thorough regard for him and all his family, and, I believe, considers me as one of his best friends. (4)
  • He parted from him on the usual terms outwardly, but he felt obscurely abused by Fulkerson in regard to the Dryfooses, father and son. (9)
  • He praised, in his way, the perfection with which she interpreted his actions and intentions in regard to the patient. (9)
  • He showed from the first the sweetest disposition to forward all our plans in regard to her, and, in fact, he even anticipated our wishes. (9)
  • He was considering perhaps how he stood with regard to Hughs in the light of that remark. (8)
  • He was impressed by the dreaminess of the face; and I must say I regard him as an interesting character. (10)
  • Her joy and expression of regard long outlived her wonder. (4)
  • Here was again a want of delicacy and regard for others which had formerly so struck and disgusted her. (4)
  • His warm regard, his kind expressions, his confidential treatment, touched her strongly. (4)
  • I regard Lindau as a political economist of an unusual type; but I shall not let him array me against the constituted authorities. (9)
  • I am by no means assured of his regard for me. (4)
  • I have a sincere regard for you, and I wish to save you pain. (8)
  • I never heard one lugubrious word from him in regard to his years. (9)
  • I really have a regard for him, he is so easily imposed upon! (4)
  • I shall regard this as your real marriage. (8)
  • I should regard it myself as a form of suicide. (10)
  • I think this is the case of authorship as it now stands with regard to the magazines. (9)
  • I thought that I treated you with all the tenderness and affection that a decent regard for the feelings of others would allow. (9)
  • If I did not believe that she had some regard for me, of course I should not say this, but I do believe it. (4)
  • If you regard them attentively, you will observe that they have an anxious air. (10)
  • In regard to village morality, as Felix knew, the line must be drawn somewhere. (8)
  • In compensation for his prudence in regard to the Dryfooses he now indulged an impulse. (9)
  • It could hardly be called a break-down, but my father was not unwilling for me to regard it in that light. (10)
  • It was a favourable moment to tell her what she might not at another time regard as a small affair. (10)
  • Jon had still his high regard for desert islands, where breadfruit grew, and the water was blue above the coral. (8)
  • Julia did not look it, in the demure regard which she bent upon her amusing mother, and Breckon persisted in refusing. (9)
  • Knightley as infinitely the superior, or when his regard for her had not been infinitely the most dear. (4)
  • My brother had no regard for her; his pleasures were not what they ought to have been, and from the first he treated her unkindly. (4)
  • My own trouble, you know, I never regard. (4)
  • No look appeared on either side that spoke particular regard. (4)
  • No, Fenellan, I have nothing on my conscience with regard to the woman. (10)
  • Now there is no one to regard them. (4)
  • Old Heythorp had to cross to the far side, and he sallied forth without regard to traffic. (8)
  • Pasmer had no illusions in regard to it. (9)
  • She could have protested, that her love of truth was on an equality with theirs; and certainly, that her regard for decency was livelier. (10)
  • She had always a particular regard for decency. (10)
  • Should we trust their judgment in regard to the smallest business affair? (9)
  • Since that time I have never allowed a false impression with regard to my position to exist. (10)
  • The secretary gratified the wish a few days later, departing by steamer with ponderous expressions of regard and the assurance of his goodwill. (8)
  • Their brother, indeed, was the only one of the party whom she could regard with any complacency. (4)
  • There is no other way for them to win their way to general regard. (9)
  • They at least do not regard him who lies there as one born to misfortune. (5)
  • They chose to regard it as a matter of the dealing with Indians, and put aside the question of the contempt of civil authority. (10)
  • They passed from his view into the next room, and Soames continued to regard the Future Town, but saw it not. (8)
  • This question came up in my mind lately with regard to English fiction and its form, or rather its formlessness. (9)
  • We must regard it rather as a sudorific for feverish blood and brains. (10)
  • We, my Laetitia, do not regard love as a selfishness. (10)
  • Where I have a regard, I always think a person well-looking. (4)
  • With regard to Captain Wentworth, though Anne hazarded no enquiries, there was voluntary communication sufficient. (4)
  • With regard to Evan, the Countess had far outstripped her sisters in her views. (10)
  • Yet he has to be somewhere, poor fellow, and I think that he will do well to regard himself as in a transition state. (9)
  • You will not regard being tired. (4)

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