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  • Agassiz has put into her interesting life of him, a delightful story which she told me about him. (9)
  • And at least there is a smuggling story, with original and half-idyllic features. (2)
  • And both Aunt Hester and Aunt Juley were always ready to listen to the latest story of how Francie had got her price increased. (8)
  • And wilt thou be saved by me, my son, ere thy story be told in tears as this one, that is as thine to me? (10)
  • As softly as she could she told the story. (10)
  • Before a week elapsed, the story had gone far and near; every dinner-table in Cork had laughed at it. (6)
  • But I cannot make out that I was sensible of the literature; it was the forever enchanting story that I enjoyed. (9)
  • But the story lends a character of comicality to the stone; and the passer-by will sometimes chuckle to himself. (2)
  • But they told the story, not without embellishments. (10)
  • But was there a twinkle of probability in the story? (10)
  • But what editor of what American magazine would print such a story? (9)
  • But what was her story? (8)
  • Ellison in the parlor, and invited Miss Kitty to look at her coop in the fifth story. (9)
  • Fronting this dumb creature once more, Vittoria thought of the story of the brothers. (10)
  • Had I gone straight to my grandfather, there would have been another story to tell. (10)
  • He treats the scandal as we might do in like manner if her story had not to be told. (10)
  • He was familiar with her thrilled voice at a story of bravery. (10)
  • His real story, no doubt, was as different from that which I wove around his figure as night from day. (8)
  • His thoughts passed to the woman, the woman whom he did not know, but the outline of whose story he had heard. (8)
  • I go to him a derelict, bearing a story of the sea; empty of ideas. (10)
  • I have a fondness for books of popular science, perhaps because they too are part of the human story. (9)
  • I have now no idea what they did in it, but as the story never came to a conclusion it does not greatly matter. (9)
  • I may say the story is false. (10)
  • I think he wants to injure you in my regard, which he knows the story would do if I believed it. (1)
  • I thought him a mere buffoon and spendthrift, flying his bar-sinister story for the sake of distinction. (10)
  • I trust I shall be able to make my story as good as hers. (4)
  • I worked steadily if not rapidly at the story. (9)
  • If I were to act upon my own impulse, my own convictions, I should send her the rest of the story and take the chances. (9)
  • If only her story were not too conspicuous! (8)
  • If there is anything in my story which you know to be either false or improbable, stop me. (4)
  • In the attic which filled the whole top story, Harz had pulled a canvas to the window. (8)
  • It seems to me that we are out of the story, my dear. (9)
  • It was a story to be pleaded in any court, before the sternest public. (10)
  • Leighton led the way up-stairs, and the young lady decided upon the large front room and small side room on the third story. (9)
  • Let me go on with the story. (8)
  • Lord and Lady Esquart agreed to anything agreeable to her, after excusing themselves for the necessitated flight, piteously relating the story of their sufferings. (10)
  • Major Jones himself, and his confederates, could not have more heartily relished this story, than did the party to whom the doctor heartily related it. (6)
  • Men have had every advantage of us in telling their own story. (4)
  • Miss Pollingray concluded by asking me what I thought of the story. (10)
  • My excuse for dwelling upon him is, that he holds the link of my story. (10)
  • Not only does he seem to have read me those first chapters, but to have talked them over with me and outlined the whole story. (9)
  • Sedgett told this for truth, being instigated to boldness of invention by pertinacious inquiries, and the dignified sense which the whole story hung upon him. (10)
  • She is a serious person, intellectually at least, and it is a serious story. (9)
  • She knew a story of him contradicting that. (10)
  • She really would seem to fancy that the ballad verifies the main lines of the story, which is an impossible one. (10)
  • She sent me a story for the syndicate, back in July some time, along about the time I first met old Dryfoos here. (9)
  • She told the story, however, with great spirit among her friends; for she had a lively, playful disposition, which delighted in anything ridiculous. (4)
  • She would have liked to beg for the story; and she could as little do that as bring her tongue to reproach. (10)
  • Sir William, how can you tell such a story? (4)
  • Suddenly recollecting the story of young Jolyon, however, he felt a little comforted, for what could you expect with a father like that! (8)
  • The story had not recurred to her since she had undertaken her service. (10)
  • The squire would not, and he could not, believe our story until he heard the confession from the mouth of the captain. (10)
  • The syndicate has no doubt advanced the prosperity of the short story by increasing the demand for it. (9)
  • There had to be, of course, a story, and then a sketch of travel. (9)
  • There was a story of a brilliant young widow of our aristocracy who had very nearly snared him. (10)
  • Thereupon Vernon, to prove his honesty, made his own story bare. (10)
  • They were in a pleasant humor: some one had just finished a funny story about a man cut in two by a cannon-shot. (7)
  • This story of yours cannot be true. (10)
  • This story passed from mouth to mouth, receiving much ornament in the passage. (10)
  • What these institutions became afterward is a familiar story. (7)
  • Work, and hard work, I had always been used to and never afraid of; but work is by no means the whole story. (9)
  • You know her story; everybody knows it. (10)
  • You remember when he told us the story? (10)
  • You shall have the whole story by-and-by; but this will be a lesson to Germans not to court our Italian damsels. (10)

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